Blood clinic helps out

By Matthew Houston Every student at Algonquin will have the opportunity to save a life on Nov 21.  Canadian Blood Services (CBS) is holding a blood donor clinic on campus after having announced in October that their blood levels are critically low.  “We are expecting increased...

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College gets first female president

At first glance you would think that Algonquin’s first female president, Cheryl Jensen is used to being underestimated. Her petite stature, won’t prevent her from spending a lot of time with students – and providing a positive role model to young women. Following the departure...

First Full Moon Ceremony of the term coincides as aboriginal women take a stand

The students gather in Algonquin’s Mamidosewin Centre the night of Sept. 8. The scent of fresh cedar dominates the room. Sitting in large chairs in a circular pattern, the ceremony begins. Candles sit on a small table in the centre of the circle, surrounded by a bowl of...
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