Archive for January, 2013

Put Your Back into It
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Matt Burns RMT, SIT Registered Massage Therapist, Sports Injury Therapist

Back pain affects us all. Some people have occasional low back pain, some have constant mid back pain. Many have pain in between their shoulder blades. A very common theme is that much of the back pain we experience is soft tissue related, meaning tissues like muscles and tendons.

Much of the knots, tension and pain we experience...

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Colts Basketball: Men and Women Continuing to Leave a Mark
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As the second half of the college basketball season got underway, both the men and women’s basketball teams didn’t skip a beat.

Centennial’s men’s basketball team played rugged basketball in January. They dropped their first game to George Brown on January 9th by a mere 3 points in a 69-66 outcome, yet bounced back in their next two games against Durham and Cambrian College. Centennial would go on to shatter those...

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Aerospace cluster ready to take flight at Downsview
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The proposed Aerospace Campus at Downsview Park will provide a modern and spacious location with proximity to industry, innovation and research.

By Sola DaSilva Courier Staff
Centennial’s aviation programs are about to receive a major boost. It begins with the relocation of the School of Transportation’s aviation programs to a new campus at Downsview Park. Centennial College has formed a partnership...

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Centennial Moves to Pickering
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By Lauren LiBetti Courier Editor
When Centennial puts its mind to something, there’s not much that can be done to stop it. The idea to start a new Corporate Communications and Public Relations program came about in 2010. About two years later, the idea was made concrete.
“It’s been quite the ride. It’s very exciting actually,” said Sheldon Rose.
Rose is the program coordinator for the Corporate Communications and Public Relations program at Centennial’s new Pickering Learning Site.
“I looked at our enrollments, and which programs were robust in enrollment. We did some research just looking at where the students come from. Several were...

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Save $ on Textbooks
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By Paula Last Courier Editor
Illustrations by Adam Medley

Why are Textbooks so Expensive?

Have you ever wondered why your textbooks are so expensive? If you answered yes, then we have something in common.

We talked to a publisher’s rep, an author and the Centennial College bookstore. Here’s the gist of what we found out on the cost breakdown: not much. While each were willing to share their perspective and some ballpark figures, hard numbers are hard to come by.

Lack of transparency and...

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One-on-One With Sarah Perrin
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Quick and Easy Web Design
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1 WIX is a great resource to create simple and eye-catching websites for any purpose. Simply click create and it will take you through customizable steps to set-up your website without you having to do any coding.

2 Checkout the quick tour option to watch a 45 second video that gives an overview of features and what makes WIX different.

If you have any other questions there is also a support section.

3 WIX also has a pay option to provide you with extra hosting and a variety of other perks...

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Centennial College Sherpa- Athletics
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In this edition of the Centennial College Sherpa we look at athletic options for students at Centennial College.

For many students staying fit and active is at the top of their list of priorities. We all know the Progress Campus has the excellent AWC with many options for both watching and participating in fitness and college sports.

The AWC was bulit by the Centennial College Student Association Inc. after students voted in February 2007 to create a levy that would pay for the construction of the building.

The AWC has a 65,000 square foot...

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Blue 2013 Campaign
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By Naomi Grosman

Blue 2013 Campaign

The College Student Alliance (CSA) has launched a social media campaign called Blue 2013 to raise awareness on mental health issues and to help students cope with the stresses of school and life, with the help of their colleges.

The campaign is meant to encourage students to get help with any struggles they’re having with school and get them familiarized with the help that is available on campus and through their student government.

The President of the...

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February at a Glance
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February Events at the CCSAI
Party Gras has been postponed because of the weather. A new date will be announced shortly

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