Women’s Thunder still have work to do

The women’s Thunder still has a long way to go before the playoffs. “We need to do a better job rebounding and moving the ball in offence,” said head coach Laura Bond. “We are still trying to build chemistry with our new players.” The basketball team gained a “messy win” against...

Algonquin spreads humanity to the World

Students 4 Humanity initiative strives to expand its network and build relationships Thanks to a passion for education, a firm belief in humanitarian aid and a growing network of like-minded people, Carol Garceau has helped spread access to early education to students nearly...

Spread the Net challenge generates reaction

Students raise money on campus to provide bed nets for Third World countries Algonquin is on track to its third consecutive victory in funds raised for Spread the Net Student Challenge, a feat no other school has accomplished in its nine years of operation.

Algonquin grad gets chopping

Chef makes it to big leagues going from college to TV show, Chopped Canada Luc McCabe was 17 years old, sitting in a tiny, cramped room with a woman he had never met. Thousands of green beans were stacked along the walls. It was 7 a.m. For the next eight hours, his job was to...

#FlashbackFriday, Rock Band style

Rock Band club, new to Algonquin this semester, brings back the popular video game from a few years ago to students who want to spend their Friday nights rocking out.

DJ-free Karoake draws large crowd to The Observatory

The Observatory lounge pulsated with rock and roll as part of the college’s Live Band Rockstar Karaoke event.

Powderpuff girls ready for touch football

All-girls team prepares for an upcoming snowy tournament early this March Algonquin students are preparing for the first ever Powderpuff football tournament.

Yoga reduces stress

Club says participating in sport can clear the minds of overwhelmed students For students looking to gain knowledge or seeking advice about an active way to relieve stress, yoga club may be a good fit for them.
Posted On 12 Feb 2015

AC building is the future

Imagine walking through a bright, open Italian villa. Only instead of using your legs, you have a remote control to move forward. And instead of wearing sunglasses, you have 3D goggles.
Posted On 12 Feb 2015

Player spotlight : Felicia Mazerolle

    Fitness and Health Promotion student Felicia Mazerolle has been a key component of a successful women’s basketball team this year. Originating from Elliot Lake, Ont. this point guard is without a doubt one of the most energetic presences on the court in each of the...