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Interior Designers Decking The Halls – And Giving To The Community

A week or so ago, on the Student Representative Council's Facebook page, the annual involvement of the Interior Design program in local "Decking The Hall" projects was highlighted. Students took part in the Christmas decorating of Windsor's historic…
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St. Clair Students At Giant Sports Expo

Contributed by Professor Kevin Corriveau On the November 15-17 weekend, 47,115 individuals throughout Canada, the U.S. and Europe converged on Toronto’s International Centre to take part in the Sport Card & Memorabilia Expo – and St. Clair was…
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Book Look: Library Has Giller Prize Nominees

Did you know your campus Library carries the latest 2019 Giller Prize shortlisted novels? If you’re looking for something to get you through these cozy autumn evenings, feel free to ask us to put a title aside for you! You can check availability in…
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Ig Nobels: Wombat Poo, Scrotal Temps And Pizza Immortality

With Info from https://www.improbable.com/ig-about/winners/#ig2019 Every year for the past 29 years - at about the same time that the Nobel Prizes are doled out to recognize brilliant and commendable scientific, scholarly and humanitarian…
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Today's Lesson: Cheating Is Bad

News, Opinion and Analysis By E.P. Chant, Managing Editor, SRC Student Publications A few days ago, St. Clair Librarian John DeCaro emailed a notification to all faculty and staff at the college, bringing their attention to a recently published…
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St. Clair Vet Tech Grad Cares For Elephants In Thailand

Story and Photos Contributed by www.LoopAbroad.com This summer, Nikki van Brugge, 21, of Listowel, Ontario, spent two weeks in Thailand, helping animals and learning hands-on what it’s like to be a veterinarian. Travelling with the study-abroad…
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Arrows Point To England, If Transplant-recipient Student Can Secure Funding

A kidney transplant saved Scott Robertson’s life, and the inspiration of an Olympics-like opportunity has rejuvenated his spirit. The 53-year-old, first-year Business Administration–Human Resources student – and, previously, a grad of the college’s…
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Postsecondary Education In Canada – How We Stack Up Globally

Editor’s Note: Statistics Canada recently issued a report that provided a snapshot of postsecondary education in the nation compared to other “developed” countries in the world (members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development…
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Adorable Adoptables

This year's class of Veterinary Technician students is continuing the popular adoption program. Every week, The Scene’s webpage will feature a pet or two (or more) being cared for by the program, which students (and staff) may adopt. If you are…
adorable adoptables

Adorable Adoptables

This year's class of Veterinary Technician students is continuing the popular adoption program. Every week, The Scene’s webpage will feature a pet or two (or more) being cared for by the program, which students (and staff) may adopt. If you are…