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 Senior Editors: Jeremy Morse, Muna Aden, Gabrielle Nadeau and Julien Bernier


Voice actor from The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland to visit advertising program
by Tanner Reil

On Nov.17, experienced voice actor, John Stocker, will be visiting with Algonquin College’s advertising and communications management program.

Stocker has appeared in hundreds of productions including; The Dream Team, The Care Bears Adventure In Wonderland, Look Who’s Talking Now, The Big Hit and The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

Algonquin College's new restaurant and games room, the Wolves Den, opened its doors to students on Sept. 27.

Located in the Jack Doyle Athletics and Recreation Centre, the restaurant is accessible through the new bridge which connects to the Student Commons in the E-building to the ARC.


Back in April of 2020, Naina Kansal, a former mentor with the office of Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Algonquin College, was consulted by a baking and pastry arts student who wanted to sell her Ukrainian cakes professionally.

Kansal knew exactly what would take this aspiring entrepreneur's business to the next level — attending a "Build Your Shopify Store" workshop launched by ARIE that same month.

As my retirement from my career in school library administration approached, I knew I wanted to continue my education in some field. I'd either delve deeper into religious study or enhance my abilities in the field of journalism. After a lot of contemplation, I went with the latter: I'd continue my education in the journalism program at Algonquin College.


Algonquin College looks to students to honour designated entry points
by Ethan Grove

Algonquin College has approximately 225 external entry points throughout the Woodroffe campus, but only six of them are in use due to the daily self-screening and mandatory vaccination policies being monitored by security services.

Algonquin’s Commitment to Truth, Reconciliation and Indigenization

Truth, Reconciliation and Indigenization is never far from my mind. On September 30, we recognized the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation with a variety of in-person and online activities including videos, a podcast, a memorial fire and an on-campus exhibit.
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