BY RYAN SAGADORE A single album can change your life. It can influence your musical tastes forever and can provide you with comfort and companionship when you really need it. Blake Johnson, a huge AC/DC […]
BY NICOLE CALHAU Despite being very common, dyslexia can still carry a damaging stigma for students and adults who have it. Although 85 per cent of Ontario students who are identified as having a learning […]
BY CONNOR RIDLEY Davis Campus hosted the annual Davis Bruins Toastmasters speech contests March 10. Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization that operates clubs devoted to education in communication and leadership skills. Participants in the Speech […]
BY COURTNEY BLOK Dogs wearing clothing used to seem far fetched, like something just for Paris Hilton and her chihuahua. But now the world of fashion has spread out to furry friends belonging to everyday […]
On March 8, International Women’s Day was celebrated around the world. The Sheridan Sun takes a look at women’s achievements through the years.
BY MARIELLE MANGANAAN Kanye West has done it again. The Life of Pablo brilliantly sends listeners into a whirlwind of putting together the pieces of his experiences and artistic mind scattered along 58 minutes and […]
BY JESS ROVEDA For Richard Green, Delmar Powell, and David Pullar, winning a contest was all that they needed to bring their idea to life. Since winning the $1,000 prize from Sheridan’s Next Big Idea […]