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Beach Celtic Festival 2014

VIDEO BY LINDA HERMIZ The Beach Celtic Festival is a tradition that has been going on since 2004. Created by Sandy Graham, the festival is held to honour the Scottish, Irish and Welsh culture. When Graham’s mother passed away 11 years ago, she asked her family and friends not to mourn her, but to celebrate […]

Glass Gathering 2014

Glass Gathering 2014

VIDEO BY RYAN MARSHALL Sheridans’ 2014 Glass Gathering – Glass Olympic’s. 4 Teams – Pink, Orange, Blue, and Hot – of 6 to 8 members competed in a variety of different glass games at the second annual Glass Gathering.

Hey Bruins, here is the Trafalgar Campus Gym

Hey Bruins, here is the Trafalgar Campus Gym

VIDEO/AUDIO BY KATE WOODS The Sheridan Sun visits the Trafalgar campus gym to see what it has to offer students who want to get fit. Hours of operation are: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday – Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, please visit the Sheridan Bruins website.  

Jingle all the way

Jingle all the way

STORY AND VIDEO BY MICHELLE WHITTEMORE PICTURES BY GRAEME FRISQUE The Arthritis Society hosted their first Ontario Jingle Bell Walk & Run on Sunday at Sheridan’s Trafalgar Campus. Participants could choose a 1, 2.5 or 5k route around campus. The event provides jingle bells to the participants so that they can be heard while they […]

A 3D perspective for Sheridan College

A 3D perspective for Sheridan College

VIDEO BY MAXINE LOWE Last Wednesday, students and faculty gathered in the SCAET building for the demonstration and unvailing of the new 3D camera. The camera was a gift given to the school by NBCUniversal. NBCUniversal vice president of sales Wanda Brandley and executive vice president Ron Suter were in attendance for the event, along […]

Sheridan Student Union by-elections wrap up

Sheridan Student Union by-elections wrap up

VIDEO BY NICHOLAS OLSEN Last week, the Student Union by-elections wrapped up. James Foster, the Trafalgar Campus’ one candidate in the election, had his marketing team set up a voting kiosk in the SCAET building. Free coffee and baked goods were offered to students who took the time to vote.      

There is something new at Sheridan College …

There is something new at Sheridan College …

VIDEO BY JON D. CLARKE Sheridan’s rebranding party last Friday ended with something big, and it wasn’t the giant “S” shaped cake made of blue donuts and Tim Bits at the reception. It was bigger. The giant Sheridan “S” will stay outside of SCAET for years to come, glowing three different colours in the during both […]

Mississauga hosts its first Brony convention

Mississauga hosts its first Brony convention

STORY, PHOTOS & VIDEO BY DYLAN PAISLEY The first ever Toronto-based Brony convention was held at Mississauga Hilton last weekend. A Brony is an adult male fan of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Clip taken from BronyDoc The convention was two days of Coplay, panels, games and even a rave.  It also included the Travelling […]

Media Arts students shine light on mosh culture

Media Arts students shine light on mosh culture

VIDEO BY RENÉE LALONDE On Wednesday, Nov. 13 students congregated at a studio in B wing to participate in a controlled studio mosh pit. Dziewanna Picazo and Raychel Reimer, third-year students in the Media Arts Fundamentals program, are in the process of making a documentary, Battles and Brotherhood.  Reimer and Picazo’s goal was to find out […]

Sheridan student inspires hope at Ontario Brain Injury Conference

Sheridan student inspires hope at Ontario Brain Injury Conference

SHOT AND EDITED BY STEF CASERTA AND GREG LONGLEY The Ontario Brain Injury Association hosted its fourth biennial conference last week in Niagara Falls where Sheridan student Taylor Shappert shared the incredible story of surviving a motor vehicle collision that left her with an acquired brain injury.

The weather outside is frightful, but the parade is so delightful

The weather outside is frightful, but the parade is so delightful

VIDEO BY MATTHEW LOWE Last Saturday, Hamilton hosted its annual Santa Claus parade. The parade started on corner of Main and Queen Street and finished at King and Bay Street. More than 50 floats were in the parade. For more information, visit The Hamilton Santa Claus Parade website.

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

VIDEO BY DANA MIELE Bronte Creek Provincial Park is one of a kind in the GTA. The park has more than 250,000 visitors each year and hosts everything from maple tree tapping, barn yard animals, fishing and camping.