Punk café closes after three years

February 20, 2018 Asha Swann 0

BY ASHA SWANN When D-Beatstro opened their café on Bloor St. W. after a successful crowdfunding campaign, they didn’t anticipate tens of thousands of dollars in permit and renovation fees. Most building closures in downtown […]

The trap of childhood obesity

February 20, 2018 Brittany Lodwich 0

BY BRITTANY LODWICH Although there is lots of awareness about adult heath and self-care, childhood obesity still remains on the radar for families today. With advancing technology, the effects of food and health are closely […]

Local bar raises money for mental health

January 30, 2018 Asha Swann 0

BY ASHA SWANN Monaghans Sports Pub in Oakville hosted a fundraiser last weekend, donating the proceeds to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). The event was organized by Brian Fogel, a musician from Stoney Creek, […]

Returning with new resolutions

January 3, 2018 Angie Liu 0

TEXT AND PHOTOS BY ANGIE LIU Sheridan students returned to classes on Tuesday after a week-long holiday to finish up the last weeks of the fall semester that was extended due to the strike. Although […]

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