If you want to make a difference this spring, the Canadian Cancer Society suggests signing up to be a volunteer for Daffodil Month. “We need hundreds of volunteers,” says Sandy McDonald, point of contact for those interested […]
BY TYLER CHOI It’s becoming increasingly clear video games are embedded into Sheridan College’s DNA. Every day you can spot someone mashing away on their keyboard and mouse trying to win a hard-fought game, or […]
BY KENNEDY COLTHERD With the grand reopening of Upper Oakville Shopping Plaza’s Wines Unlimited Saturday, March 25, the Sheridan Sun got a little taste of how things work at the micro-winery.
BY DANIELLE OBAL Climate change has been a growing concern over the last decade. That’s why we’re celebrating Earth Hour on March 25. How can you make a difference? Switch off from social media, turn […]
BY QUINTON VERTOLLI Earth hour is major world event that more than 170 countries participate in. This Earth Hour, please turn off your lights and help make a difference.
BY QUINTON VERTOLLI Earth Hour is this Saturday March 25 and more than 170 countries and 7000 cities participate. Sup Sheridan host Matt Coffin sat down with Anna Poulter, sustainability reporting officer at Sheridan College, to […]
BY RYA WALFORD With the 2017 Special Olympics Ontario, Provincial Summer Games slowly approaching, Polar Plunge for Special Olympics makes its way across Ontario. The Polar Plunge is an annual fundraising event hosted by the […]
BY DANIELLE OBAL Many took to social media to discuss the Facebook post made by Sophie Gregoire Trudeau. The post was in honour of International Women’s Day, but the message included a note celebrating men, which […]
BY DANIELLE OBAL This article was written from research conducted for the What U Don’t See project which explores mental health challenges for millennials. Virtual reality is most often associated with the gaming community as a […]