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 […]

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 […]

Yellow is for Hello comes to Sheridan

January 17, 2017 Rya Walford 0

BY RYA WALFORD Sheridan College’s Student Union is taking its first big step in mental health awareness by joining the Yellow is for Hello campaign and installing a friendship bench on each campus. SSU president […]

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, […]

Finding forever families

December 7, 2016 Jessica Palumbo 0

BY JESSICA PALUMBO AND MATT COFFIN Some people believe that it would be a cute Christmas morning moment to see their child or spouse unwrapping a crate with a puppy or kitten inside. The reality […]

25 days of Christmas fun

November 30, 2016 Rya Walford 0

BY RYA WALFORD No more early mornings or long classes, no more due dates or grades, Christmas break is the holy grail of the school year. For a lot of students, the break means going […]

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