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Study Shows University Students' Migration To Colleges

Editor’s Note: A major study of postsecondary transfers – and ease of transfers – has been released by the Office of Student Mobility at Seneca College, using data from 2007 to 2015. Some interesting stuff in it – including the fact that the most…

Thames Student Packs A Punch

Contributed by Mark Benoit Rebecca D’Agostin is a graduate of St Clair College’s Early Childhood Education program and a current student in the Child and Youth Care program at the Thames Campus. She is also a provincial Golden Gloves boxer.…

Book Look

Contributed by John DeCaro This month’s “recommended read” from the college’s Library staff is “Waiting for Chrysanthemums” by Marisa De Franceschi. De Franceschi is a teacher and writer who has captured the experiences of immigrant women in a…

Magical Books

Contributed by Marnie Kursiss-Morrow The Library Resource Centre has some Christmas magic for you! During this busy season, we all need to slow down and enjoy a good picture book. Perhaps you have children to entertain, or you just want to revisit…

Helpful (Holiday) Health Hints

Material from Dietitians of Canada Holidays and special celebrations are a wonderful time to bring people together and food is often a focal point. There are many ways to enjoy get-togethers and not totally lose track of your healthy living goals.…

St. Clair Tackles Healthcare Issues With A Funnel And An App

Tim Postma’s Christmas gift to the world is his ingenuity. The 22-year-old student in St. Clair’s Community Integration Through Cooperative Education program has invented a medical/physical mobility device, that he now offers free-of-charge to…

Retro Christmas Show

St. Clair College’s "Merry Christmas 1967" brings the magic of Christmas alive for audiences and elves alike with show-stopping dancing and vibrant musical numbers that echo the free spirit of the sixties. This year’s celebration takes a nod from…

HHH: Butt Out

With Info from www.mayoclinic.com Ready to quit smoking? Good for you! Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health. If you are not sure how to start, consider these strategies. Experiment until you find what works best…

VetTech's "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…

HHH: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

With Material from Cancer Care Ontario October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Cancer Care Ontario is encouraging women ages 50 to 54 to talk to their healthcare providers about getting a mammogram screening. It is estimated that about 10,100…