BY DEVON COLLINS AND LIAM ROWE Students and faculty of Sheridan College’s Athletic Therapy Program gathered at the Mississauga Grand Banquet Hall on Friday, April 7th, to celebrate their academic accomplishments and 50 years of […]
BY DANIELLE OBAL One in 68 children in Canada are diagnosed and living with an autism spectrum disorder and this is why the month of April commemorates National Autism Awareness. It’s the fastest growing disorder […]
BY MATTHEW BURDITT Advertising student Pauline Taylor has been playing with her band, The Ocean Cure, since 2013. What began as Taylor and former guitarist Nick Baskerville playing acoustically has turned into a post-hardcore four […]
BY JULIA BROWN Depression and mental health is something that can never be talked about too much. Here are some basic facts about something that takes a toll on many people and their familes.
INFOGRAPHIC BY CHRISTINA-MARY PIPER The definition of cyberbullying is “the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.” Cyberbullying has been a problem since early […]
BY CHRISTINA-MARY PIPER Wai Chu Cheng, the sustainability coordinator at Sheridan College was recently featured in the April issue of Canadian Living. It names Cheng as one of 10 Canadians who work to make the […]
COVERAGE BY RENATA KHUZINA On April 6-8. more than 25 senior teams are going to compete at Synchronized figure skating World Championship in Colorado Springs, CO. The Sheridan Sun will be covering the live event […]
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Mayor Rob Burton raised the flag for Autism Awareness Month and The Sheridan Sun was there to cover it.
COVERAGE BY JULIA BROWN On April 4. Sheridan College is hosting the Fact, Fiction and Fake news panel. The panel is featuring David Common from CBC News, Andrew Lundy from Canadian Press and more. The […]