Thousands of cosplayers (costume players) and comic book enthusiasts flocked to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum over the weekend for this year’s Hamilton Comic Con, which was sponsored by Mohawk College. People of all ages enjoyed the attractions at the Con which saw celebrity guest panelists such as Ernie Hudson ...

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  On Friday, Sept. 15th a second-year TV and Broadcasting student lost control over a quadcopter during an in-class tutorial. The drone hit a wall and injured a professor. The professor was sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The incident occurred during Mohawk’s Drone Aviation class. The program began two ...

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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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In their final game of the regular season Tuesday (Feb. 21), the Mountaineers women’s basketball team hosted the visiting Fanshawe Falcons in an attempt to close out the regular season with a sixth straight victory. At the same time, it was an opportunity for head coach Kevin Duffy, his staff ...

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The Redeemer Royals were not going to be sneaking up on the Mohawk Mountaineers women’s basketball team Friday night (Feb. 17) in the second and final meeting between the two sides for the 2016/17 season. After surprising the Mountaineers with a road victory, the first for Redeemer women’s basketball in ...

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The Mountaineers women’s basketball team welcomed the second-place St. Clair Saints to the David Braley Athletics and Recreation Centre on Saturday (Feb. 11) in a battle for the second, and final, automatic spot in the OCAA provincial playoffs. The Mountaineers came in riding a three-game win streak which had the ...

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The Mountaineers women’s basketball team were in action again Tuesday night (Feb. 7) for the third time in five days, against a Sheridan Bruins squad that had lost four games in a row. The second meeting between the two sides had to be postponed back on Jan. 25 and re-scheduled ...

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