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Who is responsible for sexual assault?

Who is responsible for sexual assault?

BY RENÉE LALONDE For two years, campus assault, rape culture, and victim-shaming have been regular fixtures in Canadian news. After Sheridan College experienced a string of assaults near campus over the past year, students debated on whether safety was their personal responsibility, or if the blame belonged to the (still uncaught) perpetrator. After posing this […]

Apocalypse How

Apocalypse How

Looking to survive a home invasion, a natural disaster, the coming pandemic? Well, Sheridan’s second-year journalism students have you covered. Apocalypse How is the ultimate handbook. Self-defence instructors, outdoor survivalists, insurance industry experts, professional bodyguards, and even movie critics all weigh in with tips and pointers on how to make it through the worst of […]

Oakville Jazz Culture

Oakville Jazz Culture

BY KAGAN PITTMAN AND JAIME POLMATEER Jazz has been a musical phenomena for over a century now and it has become a significant part Downtown Oakville’s culture. Read all about the story behind the music. VISIT oakvillejazz.thesheridansun.ca

Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs – an insider view

Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs – an insider view

BY TAYLOR SHAPPERT & MARICA PEJAKOVIC Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs are a Toronto band fighting their way to the top. This indie/folk/rock foursome is on tour right now. We sat down and talked with them before their first show of the tour; here’s what we got: photos, video, live footage and two articles. […]

Oakville hockey reaching new heights

Oakville hockey reaching new heights

BY TODD CORDELL Oakville is quietly developing into a powerhouse in Canada when it comes to developing quality hockey players on a consistent basis. While the town is already well represented at the NHL level with the likes of New York Islanders star forward John Tavares and Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason, there figures to […]

Indie Games

Indie Games

BY JON D. CLARKE AND PAUL WOODLEY We talked to indie game developers from across the globe to gain a deeper understanding of the industry – why indie games are a thing, when they started cropping up, and how small groups of people are able to make the video games they do. We also investigated the […]

Storm leaves Toronto in the dark

Storm leaves Toronto in the dark

BY MELISSA GERVAIS AND GREG LONGLEY This site is an all encompassing overview of the worst ice storm to hit the GTA in years. We provide articles and tweets along with images that recaptures the destruction. We also profile the last man left in the GTA without electricity for five straight weeks. Go to Twitter and Facebook […]

The grass isn’t always greener on the other side, that is unless you’re a vegan

The grass isn’t always greener on the other side, that is unless you’re a vegan

BY MAXINE LOWE WhyVegan is a site dedicated to educating Canadians about the growing vegan population, what a vegan is, as well as how to go vegan. We have a Twitter and Pinterest account dedicated making sure we have information daily on the latest in vegan news, complete with dietititans recommendations. VISIT whyvegan.thesheridansun.ca

Internships – Opportunity or Exploitation?

Internships – Opportunity or Exploitation?

BY JESSICA BEAULIEU AND STEF CASERTA Most Sheridan students will have to complete an internship in order to satisfy the graduation requirements of their program. Any internship, whether paid or unpaid, that counts for academic credits is deemed legal in the province of Ontario. But there are thousands of other internships out there, in which […]

Retrofit: Music to my ears

Retrofit: Music to my ears

BY OSCAR IMMEL AND ANTHONY MUCCILLI Music has long been a part of human creativity, and with advances in technology, the landscape of what is possible has changed. Follow along as we explore the how and why certain trends have occurred and what that means for the music community. VISIT retrofitmusic.thesheridansun.ca  

Embrace your inner foodie with Sheridan Eats

Embrace your inner foodie with Sheridan Eats

BY JESSICA WEINGARTEN AND DANA MIELE We know how you feel – you’ve been to every pub night, maxed out your entire $50 Tim card that you got in your Christmas stocking and have had one too many Coors Light and wings combo at Monaghan’s and are searching for something a little more sophisticated. You […]

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