Archive for February, 2013

2013 Sex Survey
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During the month of February, The Courier asked Centennial students their thoughts about love, sex and attraction. The questions ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous and more than 2,000 of you responded. Here are some of the results which act as a barometer of Centennial students’ thoughts, bias and desires on the topic of love, sex and attraction.
Illustration by César Ojeda

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Relationship on the Fritz? & Virginity Auctions
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The Benefits of Exercise
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James Lu
Courier Contributor

With assignments due and mid-terms around the corner, it’s safe to say that February is a very stressful month for students. Thankfully, there is a simple and effective way to reduce stress. The answer is exercise!

The benefits of exercise are endless, but the biggest benefit of exercise would be that it’s a great way to relieve excess stress. It’s a great feeling when you leave the gym and knowing you put 100% into the...

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Championship Approaches
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By Maria Shipulina
Courier Staff

Centennial College, hosted the OCAA Badminton Championship this year, with five players competing at provincial level.

The Colts advanced to the Provincials in three categories at Cambrian College in Sudbury Feb. 1st and 2nd. Kevin Ronkiewicz and Kevin Guan together with Sarah Nualan and Jia Yi Feng came second in men’s and women’s doubles. Maria Shipulina ended up third in women’s singles play.

“I’m...

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Website Reviews: Dating Websites
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Valentine’s Day Salasa Dancing at Morningside
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Making the Big Move:
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Knowing when and how to move in with your significant other

By Naomi Grosman

Before moving in with your significant other, you might want some tips from an expert. On her blog, Tiffany Current, author of How to Move in with Your Boyfriend (and Not Break up with Him,) offers some advice. Here are some highlights from her blog that you might want to take in to consideration before making a definitive decision.

1) Why is it worth it?

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Blades of Skill
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Successful Speed Skater Strives to be the best in her sport

By Paula Last Courier Editor

Jessica Romaniuk, 24, is a fierce competitor.
Romaniuk is a full-time Centennial College hospitality student by day. In her spare time, she trains for the Special Olympics. So far, she’s got a nice collection of medals from track and bowling.

But...

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How Centennial built a community rink
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By Naomi Grosman
Courier Staff

One of Toronto’s largest parks is getting an upgrade with the help of students and faculty at Centennial College. Installation of a natural ice rink is underway in Morningside Park in Scarborough.

“Morningside Park is actually a little bigger than High Park,” Paul Ainslie city councillor for Ward 43 said. “In the winter there´s nothing going on.”

The initial idea

A...

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Kitchen labs, totally fab
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Samuel Glass is a professor and chef in the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture. Here he stands in one of Centennial’s three new kitchen labs, the baking lab. Large screen TVs allow students to follow professors as they bake.

By Lauren LiBetti Courier Editor

A $3.5 million renovation funds three new kitchen labs at Progress campus and has helped Centennial offer its first culinary management program.

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