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Friday Night Conversation With Yinka - collection of short stories: (Terms of Endearment Part Three)

(Continued from SEPT. 20th – Part Two)

Or else… Or else… ‘heads will roll on campus!

It is Friday morning. The hustle and bustle at Onne Motor Park has never disturbed Pa Sammy until today. 1,400 more words

A Little More Kindness

Jeremy Fisher

Last night I was lucky enough to attend a local show by Jeremy Fisher, a Canadian singer songwriter who has a lot of talent. The show was at the Gateway, which is the bar on my school (SAIT Polytechnic) campus. 140 more words


Escaping the Cold Season

Mmmm, Fall. Such an alluring and breathtaking season; the trees are changing colors and leaves are softly blowing in the wind. The smell of pumpkin spice is coming from every girls coffee that walks by and the sweaters are finally being pulled off their hangers. 260 more words

Everyday Life


Hello Dream Team! We hope you are having an amazing week! We are looking forward to seeing all of your beautiful faces this weekend as we continue our Generosity series. 474 more words

Campus Life

In Double OT Thriller, Eagles Squeak Past Huskies

Battle of the Boulevard rivalry flaming out?

James Salazar

Staff Writer

The environment was somber to begin with, but electric by the end of the night as the American High School varsity football team barely escaped the Battle of the Boulevard with a 13-7 double overtime shocker, as they knocked off the 1st place Washington Huskies. 827 more words

Campus Life

Health foods on the rise at CCC

By Alessandra Kraatz
CCC Journalism Program

BLACKWOOD – Camden County College continues to expand health food options.

CCC is keeping up with society’s demands for health foods, said Rich Levine, the general manager of Camden County College Dining Services. 260 more words

Camden County College

5 things college students wish they could do over again

We asked five students what they would do differently if they had the chance to start their college careers all over again. Each offered their unique perspective on the best and worst aspects of the student experience. 1,049 more words