BY DAVID SALITURO Oakville MP John Oliver was at Sheridan College on Wednesday to lead a discussion on his bill in support of net neutrality. Oliver came to Trafalgar Campus to speak to Sheridan’s Applied […]
BY BRITTANY LODWICH “New year new me” is something you’ll be hearing a lot lately. 2018 is here and with that, new promises to better ourselves. Make this year count Sheridan!
BY JAMES PEETERS Switching from one college or university to another is a big decision. It is not easy to make living arrangements, meet program requirements and leave established relationships behind. Asking your classmates will […]
BY DAVID SALITURO Sheridan College graduate Ganesh Neelanjanmath understands the challenges that international students go through. Now he is trying to help guide them on their journey in a new country. Neelanjanmath, chief technology officer […]
BY KIRK PERRY According to Registrar Linda Dalton, about 1,300 requests for tuition refunds have been submitted at Sheridan College in response to the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education’s refund and dropout offer. Sheridan currently […]
BY TYLER COLLINS Sheridan College is telling students and staff to be prepared for a strike on all three Sheridan campuses beginning 7 a.m. the morning of Monday Oct. 16. Classes will not be in session […]
BY SAM SCOTT Most students pay for tuition, textbooks and living expenses with their own money by working part-time jobs. The stresses of balancing work and school can affect the outcome of an education. Sheridan […]
BY ALLIE MURRAY The possibility of a faculty strike at Ontario colleges has left students wondering how it may affect this school year. A potential faculty strike across all Ontario colleges was announced to students […]