Hana van Loock spent her childhood moving between a variety of countries and people, however, she always had one constant — swimming.
TAMPA, Fla. – Former star Mike Mussina’s abilities continue to serve as inspiration for University of Tampa pitcher Nick Nolan. Nolan said he watched the big leaguer play throughout his career as a New York Yankee, a team he grew up following thanks to his father who was born in Long Island, NY. “I really […]
The Bankazo brothers always wanted to be crowned champions together, so perhaps it is only befitting the two have decided to become kings. Red Deer Kings, that is. Five years removed from a disappointing’ high school finals loss where the siblings played key roles for St. Mary’s High, the Kitchener, Ont. natives have reunited across […]
As soon as classes begin in September, the countdown to reading week begins.
While the name suggests that students should be spending the week with their noses stuck in the books, this may not be 100 per cent accurate.
The spring semester is almost over for post-secondary students and so is the opportunity to get back a portion of their tuition. The student tuition grant allows Ontario university and college students the chance to receive a 30-per cent rebate on their tuition fees for the 2012 spring semester. But with time running out — the program’s deadline is March 31 — some have raised concerns that word isn’t getting to eligible students.
When Francesco Malfitano took the head coaching job for the senior basketball team at an all-girls high school, he admittedly didn’t know much about the sport.
Inheriting a program trying to restore its basketball reputation, Malfitano had his work cut out for him in making the St. Joseph’s Bears a contender for the first time in decades.
College students looking to transfer into university programs may soon find it a little easier.
It’s official, Ontario college faculty will not strike this semester. A 51.45 per cent majority ruling was tallied Wednesday afternoon.