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 […]

Remembering Richard Wagamese

March 21, 2017 Christina Janssens 0

BY CHRISTY JANSSENS Richard Wagamese is gone. The Ojibway author, from Kamloops B.C, was known for his writing, which focused largely on Indigenous characters and themes. I found out while absently scrolling through Twitter. I […]

Unpaid internships by the numbers

March 8, 2017 Brooklyn Fell 0

BY BROOKLYN FELL With the end of the semester right around the corner, many Sheridan students are considering the possibility of a spring or summer internship. A variety of companies offer internships to incorporate in-school […]

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