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Cosplayers dress for the occasion

Cosplayers dress for the occasion

STORY BY TYLER REYNOLDS Imagine waking up in the morning and putting on the costume of your favorite fictional character for other fans to admire. Cosplayers get to do this for a few weekends a year. Cosplay, the short form of costume play, is the art of dressing up as a character from works of […]

Psychic inspires positive outlook

Psychic inspires positive outlook

STORY BY OSCAR IMMEL PHOTO BY OSCAR IMMEL When the spotlight is cast, the man standing in the glow begins to speak. It’s hard to hear him over the clinking of glasses and the fuzzy music. But it’s not hard to gather why he’s there. “Ask me a smart-ass question,” he jokes, “and you’ll get […]

FALLing for fashion: A look into this seasons trends

FALLing for fashion: A look into this seasons trends

STORY AND VIDEO BY MAXINE LOWE A crispness in the air, colourful leaves and the return of a favourite TV show can only mean one thing – the fall has arrived. And what better way to celebrate the arrival of autumn than by adding some fall trends to a your wardrobe. Swap a pastel high-low skirt […]

HydroOne urges students to unplug to save money

HydroOne urges students to unplug to save money

STORY BY DEVON GENERAL When heading into a new year of college, finding ways to save money can be a huge challenge. This can be especially trying for those who are living on their own, outside of their parents’ home or the school’s residence. With the way that we rely on technology in every facet […]

Food truck frenzy

Food truck frenzy

INFOGRAPH BY PAIGE GALEA Meals on wheels, roach coaches, mobile canteen, grease truck, food truck, you name it they are popping up everywhere offering unique takes on everyday food. Gourmet food at affordable prices it doesn’t get better than that. TV shows such as Eat St. and the Great Food Truck Race hyped the food […]

Toronto Indie Arts Market means platform for local artists

Toronto Indie Arts Market means platform for local artists

STORY AND PHOTOS BY MICHELLE WHITTEMORE On a warm September afternoon in Toronto, people trickle into the Gladstone Hotel to browse the displays of local merchants, authors and artists. The Toronto Indie Arts Market is a new concept, developed through the frustrations of Sheryl Kirby and Greg Clow as people working in Toronto’s independent creative […]

Timeline of Social Media

TIMELINE BY TYLER REYNOLDS This is a timeline of the beginnings of social media, to the current sites that people use today.  

Pet adoption photo gallery

Pet adoption photo gallery

PHOTO FEATURE BY DYLAN PAISLEY The Mississauga Humane Society is a registered charity that takes homeless animals and puts them in both temporary foster homes and adoptive homes. Here are some of the animals have been rescued. Each photo is an animal that’s up for adoption or fostering; under the picture there is the animal’s […]

To be or nut to be

To be or nut to be

STORY BY MICHELLE WHITTEMORE September is men’s cancer awareness month and the Canadian Cancer Society is putting the ball in young men’s court with a fun and informative social media campaign. The Cancer Society already runs the nationwide Relay for Life and Daffodil Month, but his month organizers are trying something new. “This is unique […]

Game of Thrones meets The Walking Dead: Fan Expo arrives again in Toronto

Game of Thrones meets The Walking Dead: Fan Expo arrives again in Toronto

STORY BY MAXINE LOWE If you were in Toronto late last month, you might have seen many people dressed as Superman or Batgirl. No, the city wasn’t taken over by the Joker, but by one of the biggest expos held annually in Toronto, Fan Expo .The giant convention was back and in full swing from Aug. 22 […]

Juggling school and work becomes troublesome for students

STORY BY KAROLINA LESZCZYNSKA More than 60 per cent of Sheridan students find it stressful going to school and working part time jobs, according to an informal survey conducted by the Sheridan Sun. The Sun polled 50 students at Sheridan between Sept. 4-6 and found that 27 of them work part time after school. Second-year […]

Sexcereal hits the market, with goal of improving sexual health

Sexcereal hits the market, with goal of improving sexual health

INFOGRAPHIC BY PAUL WOODLEY Sexcereal increases testosterone and estrogen levels, while boosting sexual health.   Sexcereal is located in St.Catherines, Ontario. It is distributed to over 700 grocery stores across Canada. Find location For more information visit sexcereal.ca