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Student’s line up for pawsitive reinforcement

Student’s line up for pawsitive reinforcement

STORY BY MICHAEL RODRIGUES With exams and final projects lurking over the shoulders of students, how are they suppose to relax? A beer? A cigarette? On Tuesday, about 100 students at Sheridan’s Trafalgar Campus were given a healthier option – therapy dogs. Therapy dogs are used in retirement homes, hospitals and schools to help people […]

After sexual assault, when should women come forward?

After sexual assault, when should women come forward?

With allegations surfacing against celebrities Bill Cosby and Jian Ghomeshi, Sheridan Sun reporters Michael Rodrigues and Robert Sgotto look at how women share their stories with the world. Should the victims try to keep it a hushed court case? Is that even possible with today’s technology? Or is going public a better way to get […]

E-sports: The growing culture

E-sports: The growing culture

STORY AND INFOGRAPHIC BY MICHAEL RODRIGUES AND ROBERT SGOTTO Professional gamers have been given the nod from the U.S. government. Last year, Washington granted professional e-sports players athletic visas that will allow foreign competitors to easily enter the country for tournaments. But for a league that calls itself e-sports, is it really a sport? Over […]