BY JAMES PEETERS Landing an internship is important for some Sheridan students. It could mean job experience, making connections that can lead to employment or it can be a requirement for graduation. They can also […]
BY SASHENKA PAATZ The Art Gallery of Burlington (ABG) hosts an annual levee that allows the community to hear from some of their government representatives. Both MPP Eleanor McMahon and MP Karina Gould spoke to […]
BY ELLEN ROCKSON Jasmine Jennings, 20, is an average young woman. She has a part-time job and is a full-time student, studying Social Work at Sheridan College. Also like many other female adolescents, she is […]
BY: ASHA SWANN Torontonians looking for a local spot to eat while still maintaining their New Year’s resolution to eat healthy need to look no further than Parka Food Co. The city’s newest restaurant for […]
BY DOMINICK NAGY The Sheridan Sun took to the streets today to discuss with students the ongoing problems with Tim Hortons. The Sheridan Sun interviewed students to get their opinions on what they think of […]
BY BRITTANY LODWICH “New year new me” is something you’ll be hearing a lot lately. 2018 is here and with that, new promises to better ourselves. Make this year count Sheridan!
BY DYLAN OLLEY Learning a second language can be a difficult thing to do. However, thanks to social media, people from different countries are able to come together and help one another learn. Facebook groups […]
BY JACOB PACHECO Finally, the time has come. The beloved skiing hill at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton is now open. After finishing construction and cold weather this past weekend, it forced Chinguacousy Park to delay […]