Algonquin to host student movie night

By: Justin Humphries In an effort to showcase their home-grown short films, general arts and science students and faculty are working to host the ninth annual Algonquin movie night April 18. After being graded and judged based on their quality, the best films will be rewarded....

Don’t be a drag, just be a queen

By: Sophie Desrosiers The stage is set with a rainbow flag backdrop, symbolizing pride in the capital. A crowd is gathering in front of City Hall, ready to kick off another day of celebration. The sun is shining, but with a high of only 20, performers and fans alike are able to...

Valli tribute music to audience’s ears

By: Patrick Smith The Algonquin Common Theatre was filled with the sounds of the 1960’s on Thursday night, as a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons rocked the night away in front of an energetic crowd on April 4. Oh, What a Night, the tribute and musical revue written...

End of year celebration on Elgin

By Jason Valladares Talk of job placements, Photoshop, and classroom memories bounced off the walls at the Lieutenant’s Pump on Elgin Street on March 14, as the third-year graphic design students held a fundraiser for their upcoming grad show in May. “It’s also a great way to...

Driving miss daisy one last time

By Dani-Elle Dubé   Roses are red, violets are blue, students celebrate the end by Going Out with a Bloom. This year marks the final annual Spring Horticulture Show, a longstanding Algonquin tradition hosted by second-year students of the horticulture technician program. The...

Getting green for Earth Day

By Tyler Dubreuil Algonquin’s Approaches to Sustainability class will be holding an exhibit in the Student Commons this Monday, from 9 a.m., to 12 p.m. With Earth Day approaching, the exhibit will focus on green technologies and sustainability. “The purpose is to...

Thank goodness it’s Monday

By Steven Smeall The Monday Morning Minute, an email-based project started by the Centre for Organizational Learning, is off to a strong start. A Monday Morning Minute is an email that is delivered to faculty members. Each email consists of information that is of personal...

BHTM student lands big time job

By Josh Wegman   Many students fear they may have to lower their expectations when looking for a job right out of college. But this isn’t the case for bachelor of hospitality and tourism management student Cassie Doyle. Doyle was accepted as a management trainee into the...

Double dipping for success

By: Brooke Timpson It’s that time of the year again and many students are dealing with the end of the semester crunch: projects, papers and employment are at the top of most to-do lists. But for one Algonquin student, college studies are a key part of her summer plans. While...

Algonquin Reads maps out

By: Alex Quevillon The winners of the Algonquin Reads competition have been announced. Students were expected to read Terry Fallis’ novel The Best Laid Plans. The following are profiles of this year’s winners. Cassandra Serre Cassandra Serre, 20, is taking business accounting at...