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Boreal expects enrolment increase

Boreal expects enrolment increase

As the 2012 back to school date approaches, Collège Boréal has seen a 15 percent increase in its confirmations as compared to last year. These official numbers provided by the Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) represent the highest increase Collège Boréal has experienced since its creation in 1995. In a news release, the college said, [...]

September 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0

Boreal class of 2012 graduates

Parents and friends gathered June 1 to celebrate the nearly 500 students of Collège Boréal who were honoured at the college’s 17th graduation ceremony on its main campus in Sudbury. Once again this year, Collège Boréal’s various awards of excellence recognized the qualities and merits of their recipients. Governor General’s Academic Medal Susana Garcia, a [...]

June 4, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0

Students design poster with powerful message

Students design poster with powerful message

Grade 8 students from Sudbury’s École catholique Félix-Ricard were the big winners of the Greater Sudbury Fast Flowing Water Video & Poster Contest. Motivated by their desire to inform both youth and the general public about the dangers of fast flowing water, these students earned rave reviews for the creation of dynamic ads that can [...]

June 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0

The cooking diet

The cooking diet

High calorie cafeteria food, meals on the go, stressful lifestyle changes, and too much partying can cause students to gain weight. Studies show, on average, post-secondary students gain anywhere from three to 10 pounds during the first semester, according to Freshman 15 website. Weight gain is caused by lack of exercise, eating late at night, [...]

June 1, 2012 Laura E. Young Students 0

Teachers advised to be careful using social media

Teachers advised to be careful using social media

Teachers are encouraged to use social media for educational purposes but are advised to avoid accepting students as friends on Facebook or getting chummy in chat rooms. The Ontario College of Teachers made a presentation to educators in Sudbury that outlined its new advisory regarding the responsible, professional use of electronic media such as email [...]

September 1, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Students 0

LU student is Maclean’s cover girl

LU student is Maclean’s cover girl

Kelly Nootchtai is now known in her home community of Atikmakesheng Anishnawbek, an Aboriginal reserve located near Naughton, as the “Maclean’s cover girl.” The 20-year-old, third-year Laurentian University philosophy and native studies double major is featured on the cover of Maclean’s magazine’s 2011 university rankings edition, which was released last week. She is one of [...]

September 1, 2011 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0