Awareness

Can I Kiss You?

College's Consent Week Capped By "Can I Kiss You?" Lecture

Story and Photos by Lauren O’Brien Mike Domitrz visited the Student Life Centre on September 20 to discuss consent and dating with St. Clair College students.
Orange Shirt Day

Next Monday, Wear Orange

Contributed by Muriel Sampson of the College’s First Nation, Metis and Inuit Student Services Centre Sunday, September 30 is Orange Shirt Day. It is the fifth annual day in recognition of the damage done by the residential school system. Orange…
Prosperus

ProsperUs Seeks Prosperity For Future Generations

St. Clair is one of a large number of local institutions and agencies that has joined a new initiative to improve youth services in Windsor-Essex. This news release, issued by the area’s United Way, described the new project, following a kick-off…
mental health donation

September Campaign Seeks Suicide Awareness/Prevention

Contributed by the Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch The Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch (CMHA-WECB), in partnership with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU), is leading a…
Ebare Award

Thames Student/Grad Honoured For Perseverance And Accessibility Advocacy

Contributed by Mark Benoit Thames Campus student (and graduate) Ashley Gialelem recently received the Sid Ebare Perseverance Award from the Chatham-Kent Accessibility Advisory Committee. Ashley knew from a very young age that the purpose of her…
sexual assault survey

Next Month, Provincial Survey Seeks Sexual Assault Info

FEBRUARY 20 UPDATE: AS IT TURNS OUT, ST. CLAIR WILL NOT BE PARTICIPATING IN THIS SURVEY. HAVING EXAMINED THE SURVEY IN CLOSER DETAIL, THE COLLEGE'S RESEARCH AND ETHICS COMMITTEE HAS IDENTIFIED VARIOUS INADEQUACIES IN THE PROCESS, AND HAS SCRAPPED…
ConvoPlate

Plate Spurs Conversation

A couple of months ago, Ron McKerlie, the President of Hamilton’s Mohawk College, presented his two dozen Ontario Presidential counterparts with ceramic plates, emblazoned with messages about mental health dialogues. They were “ConvoPlates”, a…
let's talk

This Wednesday, Let's Talk

From the Canadian News Wire Service Bell “Let's Talk” has announced the expansion of its national postsecondary mental health campaign to 128 campuses nationwide, representing a student population of more than a million. Moving into the broader…
The Saint Scene

Weedless Wednesday Features New Help To Quit

Contributed by the Ministry of Health Ontario is making it easier for youth aged 24 years and under to quit smoking by providing them with free counselling from a pharmacist and medication through OHIP+, part of the biggest expansion to Medicare in…
slip tips

(Anti-)Slip Tips

From the College’s Office of Occupational Health and Safety It’s the winter season and, with that, comes slippery conditions. What can you do to decrease your chance of having a slip and fall injury? • WEAR APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR. This is the most…