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December 2015 fashion file

“Clothes mean nothing, until someone has lived in them,” –Marc Jacobs. The end of the year is approaching, and many people are scrambling to find some last-minute gift ideas. This winter, you won’t have to worry about being stylish or warm, because there are plenty of options for clothing and ...

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Mohawk signs national Indigenous Education Protocol

A historic initiative was signed at Mohawk College on Monday, November 2nd when Mohawk President Ron McKerlie, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs David Zimmer and Mohawk Board Chair Joe Parker signed the Indigenous Education Protocol for Colleges and Institutes . “The protocol has seven elements to it,” said Zimmer. “If we can ...

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Fashion for November

“Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who is wearing it,” –Yves Saint-Laurent. November can be a confusing time for fashion. You go out in the mornings and you need a winter jacket, but by midday, you’re sweating through your parka. But November ...

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Making a world of difference: Dr. Peace Bagasha

St. Joseph’s Health System’s International Outreach Program (IOP) is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The IOP is unlike any other program in Canada. The program brings doctors to Hamilton to train them on the latest medical practices. The doctors come from countries such as, Guyana, Haiti and Uganda. What differentiates IOP ...

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Trudeau pushes ‘real change’ at Mohawk College

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau came to Mohawk College Wednesday on a last-minute stop prior to Monday’s election. Trudeau stopped by Mohawk’s engineering wing to test out a student-made robotic arm before speaking at a press conference in the Collaboratory. Trudeau made a few announcements during the press conference, two ...

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