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 Senior Editors: Magan Carty, Aadil Naik, Liam Fox, Matt Swallow, Rory Friend


Restaurant International, Algonquin College's student-run restaurant located on the Woodroffe campus has reopened.

The restaurant was forced to close down due to provincial COVID-19 restrictions announced in January.

"I'm looking forward to fully reopening. I'm looking forward to September when hopefully we have all our students back and we'll be able to be open five lunches and five nights a week," said Cathy Dewar, manager of Restaurant International.

Algonquin College Library is set to reopen and will be fully staffed
by: Sahlym Florestal

The Algonquin College library is coming back with a full-staffed reference desk on March 7 for the second half of the winter term.

"What’s going to happen in the spring, it's going back to a fully staffed reference desk, so students will be able to go in and ask questions in person in addition to having the online chat staffed during the same hours,” said John Ellis, manager of the student learning and libraries.


While the doors to Algonquin College's Employment Support Centre have been closed and its windows dark throughout the pandemic, the number of students who have been using their services - virtually - has only increased.

Carol Ann Mahoney, employment outreach officer, said that a silver lining of the centre's physical closure has been the ease students have had in joining sessions from home, and networking with other campuses.

Learning, and raising a child can be a tall task, however, such is life for some students at Algonquin College.

Making time for studying, schoolwork and care of a child, simultaneously, may not be familiar to most students. But, that is exactly what Primrose Broverman, a first-year esthetician student at Algonquin College is trying to manage.


Algonquin esports team mRNA swept their way to a League of Legends championship and a $150 prize pool in the We Got Game college tournament on Monday, Feb 7.

There were two Algonquin College teams in the tournament. Both Algonquin mRNA and Algonquin C7 made it to the semi-finals, but mRNA went all the way to win the finals and take home the championship.

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