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Mohawk wins badminton gold at OCAAs

by Al Craig, Sports Information Officer Mohawk College won two titles at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Badminton Championships at Humber College in Etobicoke Saturday (Feb. 15). The team of Adam D’Agostino and Kianoosh Moslemi  took the men’s doubles crown. The Mountaineer duo were 5-0 in the round robin portion ...

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Final Match: Mountaineers vs Hawks

As February comes to a close, so does the volleyball regular season at Mohawk College. The Mountaineers faced off against the Humber Hawks Wednesday night, and although the men’s and women’s teams put up a tremendous fight, both came up short. Starting with the women’s match, it was a struggle ...

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MCAP gives back to local community

Off one side of “Vendor’s Alley”, a small setup is crowded by clusters of students. On the tables are several carefully-wrapped gift baskets teeming with assorted treasures. Each is paired with a sheet of paper listing the previous bidders; meanwhile, the next ones arrive and eagerly jot their names. The Mohawk College Administrative Professionals Club held a silent auction and charity clothing drive on campus, drawing considerable interest (and participation) from students. “Right now we’re having a silent auction, and the proceeds from this part of the auction will go towards helping our students attend a conference in the spring – an administrative professionals’ conference,” says Mohawk business instructor Julie Ivanchenko. It also helps our club during the year because we have guest speakers once a month and we give them a small gratuity.” Ivanchenko says the conference will have a motivational speaker and lunch, and can serve as a chance for students to “network, and learn more about the administrative professional field.” Although silent auctions are a recurring MCAP event, the Worn…

Off one side of “Vendor’s Alley”, a small setup is crowded by clusters of students. On the tables are several carefully-wrapped gift baskets teeming with assorted treasures. Each is paired with a sheet of paper listing the previous bidders; meanwhile, the next ones arrive and eagerly jot their names. The Mohawk ...

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Familiar Faces at Mohawk: Atul Rao – TV Broadcasting Professor

Television Broadcast professor Atul Rao is one of the most experienced professors Mohawk has to offer. His experience ranges from producing the Wolverine and the X-Men series, embodying the character of SNIT on YTV to writing for shows like Beetlejuice and more. But how did Rao get his start? Back ...

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Mohawk Campus Style

As a budding fashion journalist, I take every opportunity to treat every venue as a potential runway. But with early-morning classes and late-night study sessions fogging our brains we don’t always think about what we wear when we step onto campus. Although sweatsuits and pyjamas are often considered a college ...

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Mountaineers repel Bruins again

It’s starting to feel like a special season for the Mountaineers men’s basketball team. Friday night they defeated the number-three-ranked team in Canadian college basketball, the Sheridan Bruins, 80-68. Even more impressively the victory came on the road in a hostile environment at Sheridan College where the Bruins hadn’t lost ...

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New changes coming to Mocomotion

Students at Mohawk College can expect a redesigned MOCOmotion portal as soon as the winter reading week. Staff and students have collaborated together, giving constructive criticism back and forth until they agreed on a final design. Mohawk representatives from the Future Ready Processes Implementation team, David Ragona (Manager of Operations ...

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Of Fish and Rock Wars

Even a massive snowstorm couldn’t stop the Fish Race by the Arnie on Wednesday. What is the Fish Race? “We are doing Fish Racing…which is random, but an exciting event,” said Katherine Budreau, an Event Management student at Mohawk. “We have several fish in lanes and if you pay a ...

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Mohawk Faces: Sam Cook- Radio Broadcasting Coordinator

Samantha Cook has been the Coordinator of the Radio Broadcasting program at Mohawk for the past five years. Before taking responsibility for the program, Cook was a part-time professor at the school and even attended Mohawk as a student years ago. But she wasn’t a radio student back in the ...

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