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  1. Hometown: Basseterre, capital of St. Kitts.
  2. Program: Business Administration – Human Resources Management.
  3. Inspired By: My parents.
  4. Office Hours: Wed. 11:30-3:30, Thurs. 8:30-3:30, and Friday 10:30-2:30.
  5. Contact: egumbs@centennialcollege.ca or 416-289-5000 ext. 4181

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He’s looking to soar: Asad Muhammad from Lego man to aviation
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By Mark A. Cadiz Courier Staff Graphic by César Ojeda
Recognized as part of the Toronto duo who launched a lego man into the stratosphere, Asad Muhammad’s future looks bright.

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Q & A with Terence Nelson
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By Mark Cadiz
Courier Staff

Standing at 6”4 and weighing 205lbs, Centennial college basketball player Terence Nelson is one of the key players on the Colts basketball team. As the team is ranked among the top 15 in the country, Terence’s contribution on the court has been a factor to the team’s success.

Could you tell me about yourself and a little bit about your role with the Centennial College Student Association?

I was born in Toronto and returned to school in the...

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How Centennial Speaks
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One-on-One With Sarah Perrin
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Not a Walk in the Park
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By Paula Last
Courier Editor
Colleen Camps, professor and coordinator of the Child & Youth Worker (CYW) apprenticeship program is in the midst of teaching the generation who grew up reading J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter. It’s notable for an article on the CYW program given Harry Potter’s success at shaking off the effects of what was a pretty crappy childhood. If only it was as simple in real life as magically destroying an immortal evil wizard, bolstered by the protective love of your deceased mother.
That’s not to suggest...

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Life is ‘utterly changed’ for mature students returning to school
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Hasad Zahid is a mature student who also recently immigrated to Canada.
Photo and story by Theresa Spohn Courier Contributor
Hasad Zahid, 48, immigrated to Canada from Bangladesh nearly a year and a half ago. In his home country, he completed an English literature degree at university, wrote for local papers, and worked for the country’s environmental department. He married, had a son and became a landlord. Now he is starting all over again and it has not been easy.
“I am a person just jumping from one branch...

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