International students seek new traditions

December 16, 2016 Hailey Montgomery 0

BY HAILEY MONTGOMERY As the semester comes to an end, many look forward to spending their winter break with family and friends. For some of Sheridan’s thousands of international students, winter break means something completely different. Their high […]

A woman named November

December 14, 2016 Amelia Sher 0

BY AMELIA SHER November Davies is a 45-year-old paralegal student at Sheridan College. There is more to her than meets the eye. November lost her vision just over seven years ago to Type 1 diabetes. […]

Paper: A love story

December 14, 2016 Christina Janssens 0

BY CHRISTY JANSSENS According to the Government of Canada, we manufacture over 3 million tons of paper per year. Amazon, the giant of online markets, has just opened three new brick and mortar stores. Bookstores, […]

Finding forever families

December 7, 2016 Jessica Palumbo 0

BY JESSICA PALUMBO AND MATT COFFIN Some people believe that it would be a cute Christmas morning moment to see their child or spouse unwrapping a crate with a puppy or kitten inside. The reality […]

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