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Making a Difference
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By: Kajan Thiruthanikasalam

B
eyond The Rim founder makes the most out of his second chance as a 20-year-old in 2000, walking into Centennial...

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Delivering Kindness and Touching Lives
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Sept 2015 page 16

By Mathieu Yuill
Former CCSAI Communications Manager

John...

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Centennial’s Own Viral Video
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Meet the SASS Estheticians
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Taking a Walk in Her Shoes
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Centennial College is committed to eradicating violence against women and invites your participation in the White Ribbon Campaign.

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Students Race Against Gridlock
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Changing The Way You See The World
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By Naomi Grosman
Comics can change our perception of ourselves and others. They can make us laugh and make us think. If one comic strip could change the world, it would be DitzAbled Princess.
DitzAbled Princess is a comic from Jewel Kats, author and Centennial College alum, Kats has high hopes for her latest creation. It comes out every Wednesday and Sunday on Tapastic.com and has been published as a book DitzAbled Princess: A Comical Diary.
“This isn´t just a comic strip, it´s a revolution,” said Kats.
At the age of nine,...

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What’s in a Logo
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The Letters Patent signed by members of the College of Arms, including the King of Arms at the time Sir Anthony Wagner granting Centennial College the use of an official seal.

By Aldis Brennan Feature Editor

It took only about six months to decide on a design for the Centennial College coat of arms, but it was over seven years before it was finally approved. The problem was the Royal College of Arms.

This venerable institution was created in 1484 by Richard III, King of England and is responsible for the creation...

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Warden Woods From Radars to Education
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This campus has a unique story to tell. The building was originally used to produce radar equipment for NATO in the 1950s. However, the building was adapted to what we now know as Centennial College, but pieces of its history can still be seen today. Top: Warden Woods in 1976. Bottom: Warden Woods in 2004.

By Aldis Brennan – Feature Editor

On October 17, 1966 the Warden Woods campus of Centennial College opened...

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Centennial grad success
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BY MIGUEL TOPA
Courier Staff
Carlos Benevides was a graduate of Centennial College’s radio-television (RTV) program, but now stands as assisstant music director at Edge 102.1 FM.
Benevides’ first ambition was to work for a film production company and through the pro-gram’s job placement at Centennial, Benevides landed a job at the film company MBZ, where things didn’t work out for him.
“I realized it wasn’t for me,” said Benevides, “so I quit my placement after four months.

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