Students gathered outside the David Braley Athletic Centre on Sept. 20 to participate in Move @ Mohawk, an event presented by YogaFest. “YogaFest is about bringing the people together as one big community. It’s all about movement, sharing new experiences, being active, and just having a great time,” said Anthony ...

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Jamaican and Nigerian palates come together inside Dengi’s Kitchen, a new takeout business on the corner of King Street East and Tisdale Street North. Gospel singer and self-taught chef Dengiyefa Akene saw a niche in the food world of Hamilton that had yet to be filled. By making Dengi’s Kitchen ...

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Wellness4U, a program dedicated to teaching physical and mental health for students, is being reintroduced to Mohawk College students and faculty. As described on Mohawk College’s website, Wellness4U@Mohawk “is a diverse team of health nurse promoters that provides health and wellness promotions and education to students at all campuses.” The team ...

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Mohawk College welcomed 40 new Canadians from 16 different countries on Oct. 12th at its annual Citizenship Ceremony in the McIntyre Theatre.   Coordinator of the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony Lucy Lobodici called the day a blessing for all new citizens being welcomed to Canada.   “It’s a very special time for these new ...

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Thomas Barr walks the halls of Mohawk College with a goal very different from his fellow students. “My target is to make the Scotland squad and hopefully by the end I will be close to doing it,” said Barr before volleyball practice Friday evening. Barr, 22, is an international student ...

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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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  With the temperature well below zero and roads somewhat below safe, winter evenings in Hamilton are not an inviting prospect. But every evening a select few students dash from building to building, avoiding the cold on their way to the enormous DBARC. From the first face-off to the last-second ...

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