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8 beauty uses for Coconut Oil… Who knew?

When we think of coconut oil we think cooking… at least for the most part. Although it has been praised as the “The worlds best cooking oil” it also has many other hidden talents that we can use on a day-to-day basis. Among the hundred or so ways to use ...

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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 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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More education needed for workplace safety

Stop the killing. Enforce the law. This is the slogan of a new workplace safety campaign launched by the United Steelworkers of Canada (USW). On February 5, members of the campaign presented in front of Hamilton’s city council. Its goal was to convince councillors to bring more pressure on provincial ...

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Love The Skin You’re In

  February is Black History Month. A lot of changes, great changes, have happened since the ugly past of slavery occurred in North America and other parts of the world. But how far have we come in society when it comes to judging people on skin colour? I’m not talking ...

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The future of education is online

Who knew that the introduction of the Internet could make simple, everyday items obsolete? Before the Internet – and smartphones – our parents’ generations relied heavily on face-to-face learning and there was no Internet in colleges or universities, yet they managed just fine. Now with the Internet becoming available throughout ...

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Ontario expands eligibility for 30% Off Tuition Grant

Ontario’s Ministry of Training, College and Universities has expanded the eligibility requirements for the 30% Off Tuition program. The 5,600 Mohawk College students who collect from the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) will no longer need worry about filling out a separate application to receive their 30%-Off rebate; they will ...

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Mohawk College appoints interim President

Mohawk College has appointed a new interim President to replace Rob MacIsaac. On February 1, Bob Carrington, associate vice-president, facilities and property development, will assume MacIsaac’s responsibilities. MacIsaac announced in October that he was leaving his position at Mohawk at the end of January to become president and CEO of ...

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International Education Week brings garba to Mohawk

Every November, Mohawk celebrates dozens of countries around the world as part of International Education Week. Tuesday was South Asian day. South Asia is one of Mohawk’s largest sources for international students. Many students got together to perform a dance called garba in the Arnie. This popular Indian dance is ...

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