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 […]

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 […]

Is Canada getting bigger?

February 14, 2017 Brooklyn Fell 0

STORY BY BROOKLYN FELL Ever dream of making a trip to Disneyland, or maybe Hollywood Boulevard? It may a little bit easier with the social media phenomenon of #CalExit. CalExit began as a campaign for […]

Flu season by the numbers

January 17, 2017 Jongyun Choi 0

BY TYLER CHOI It’s that time again. The symphony of sniffles, muffled coughs forced into a hand or arm, and an explosive achoo in classrooms or the workplace. The cold and flu season is in […]

International students seek new traditions

December 16, 2016 Hailey Montgomery 0

BY HAILEY MONTGOMERY As the semester comes to an end, many look forward to spending their winter break with family and friends. For some of Sheridan’s thousands of international students, winter break means something completely different. Their high […]

Paper: A love story

December 14, 2016 Christina Janssens 0

BY CHRISTY JANSSENS According to the Government of Canada, we manufacture over 3 million tons of paper per year. Amazon, the giant of online markets, has just opened three new brick and mortar stores. Bookstores, […]

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