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 […]

You can’t place bets on Best Picture

January 30, 2018 Tyler Collins 0

OPINION BY TYLER COLLINS What’s unusual about predicting this year’s Best Picture winner at the 90th Academy Awards is it’s impossible to confidently guess who’s going to win. Never before has so many of the nominees been […]

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 […]

A library of things

February 14, 2017 Christina Janssens 0

BY CHRISTY JANSSENS There are no books in Sheridan’s new library. That’s how it is supposed to be. It’s a library of things- the first of its kind in Canada. Rather than bookshelves, innovative materials […]

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