A day to remember

December 6, 2018 Alyssa Parkhill 0

BY ALYSSA PARKHILL National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women is a day to honour the 14 women who were murdered nearly 30 years ago because of their gender. On Dec. 6, […]


December 5, 2018 Alexandria Frisby 0

“The thing about trains is, it doesn’t matter where they are going, what matters is deciding to get on board.” – The Polar Express BY ALEXANDRIA FRISBY It’s the time of year to hop onboard […]

Say goodbye to the shuttle

December 5, 2018 Manesa Dhanabalan 0

BY MANESA DHANABALAN & LAURA-LEE CASCAGNETTE Sheridan students have voted in favour of implementing a U-Pass that will go into effect starting in September. The transit referendum took place Nov. 26 to 30. The results […]

Motives behind the mustaches

November 29, 2018 Emanuel George 0

BY EMANUEL GEORGE Movember: a fight for men’s health November is the time of year where mustaches return from their year-long hibernation. The razors and blades that have kept them at bay are cast aside. […]

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