BY ANDREW SEMKOW Mayor Rob Burton raised the flag for Autism Awareness Month and The Sheridan Sun was there to cover it.
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Christ has risen . . . in Sudbury? That’s the premise of CraveTv’s newest show What Would Sal Do? The series revolves around Sal, a 30-year-old slacker living in his mom’s basement, […]
BY ANDREW SEMKOW While most people were preparing to relax on the Friday before reading week, some Sheridan students were showing the public the best they had. Sheridan held its gala The Big Picture, sponsored […]
COVERAGE BY ANDREW SEMKOW We will be covering the Dean’s Town Hall live this week on Thursday at 10 am – 11 am. and hearing what students have to say.
BY ANDREW SEMKOW For more than two decades Maury Whyte has been entertaining students. The Sheridan Animation professor has been screening movies for students in S235 since 2007. The films range from classic to modern […]
REVIEW BY ANDREW SEMKOW Archie and the Riverdale gang have had many different iterations throughout their 76-year existence. A radio show, cartoons, a movie, and now in Archie is going live action for the show […]
With Bell Let’s Talk tomorrow we decided to take a look at some of the numbers behind the campaign and mental health in Canada.
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Students returning to Sheridan last week found their transition back a little easier, when Randy and Mr.Lahey brought their comedy show to The Marquee. The Trailer Park Boys duo took to […]
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Finance can be a scary thing for students. A 2016 study found that students graduating have student loan debts, that average around the mid-high $20,000s. So what can you do to get […]
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Dress for success is more than just a saying. Many websites and professionals will tell you that the first impression is the most important, even before you talk to an employer, they […]