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, […]

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 […]

Bullied teen battles back

November 28, 2018 Alyssa Parkhill 0

BY ALYSSA PARKHILL Bullying drove Alberta teen Mackenzie Murphy to attempt to take her own life. Murphy was in and out of the hospital nine times in the span of three years. At only 13 […]

One decision can cost many lives

November 21, 2018 Manesa Dhanabalan 0

BY MANESA DHANABALAN Sheridan students got to experience first-hand the dangers of impaired driving at an interactive demonstration by MADD Halton at Davis Campus. Navnit Singh, awareness coordinator for the SSU, teamed up with Mothers […]

Sheridan celebrates Remembrance Day

November 14, 2018 Eric Neilson 0

BY ERIC NEILSON It’s been a century, but Sheridan still remembers. After the gunshots and the bombs stopped, the love and the support for all who sacrificed did not. Sheridan showed its support last Friday […]

100 years of remembering

November 14, 2018 Alexandria Frisby 0

BY ALEXANDRIA FRISBY The town of Oakville gathered Nov. 11 to pay respects to those who fought for our freedom. This year marks the 100th year of Remembrance Day. The ceremony took place at George’s […]

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