OPINION BY ASHA SWANN Last weekend, the Toronto Reference Library hosted the Go Global Expo – a day where dozens of vendors come together and speak about why you should travel abroad with their business, […]
BY BRITTANY LODWICH “It won’t happen to me!” Disaster is something we usually think happens to others. We live in one of the safest countries in the world, but what about when something bad actually […]
BY DEVON COLLINS Social media is putting relationships in danger. Experts say now more than ever, social media is a cause for insecurity, addiction, and mental health issues, which interfere with relationships. Andrew Kirk, from […]
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 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 MAX WELLS These days it seems everyone has multiple public personalities, and they all share the same names: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and Tumblr to name a few. Probably every single person reading this […]
BY DAVID SALITURO As Sheridan College students enter a new year, several plan to make changes that are not often easy to keep. Fortunately the college offers several services that help turn these dreams into […]