C’Mon Ref!

In this article, I’m just going to try to give you a good perspective on what a referee thinks, but also how to deal with a referee yourself. I have been reffing soccer for eight years now and in that time, I’ve seen a lot of verbal abuse towards myself and my co-workers.

Two Sports, Three Champions

On November 9th, John Abbott’s Memorial Field played host to three championship games that saw men’s and women’s rugby, as well as men’s lacrosse, come away victorious.

Internet Streaming Blocked

You may have noticed that, last week, some of your favorite websites for wasting time were blocked. Perhaps you even thought that it was part of an internet censorship campaign that was an attempt to control the student body. Well, fear not, for that is not the case. We consulted the SUJAC Vice-President of Internal Affairs, Robin Richard-Shaw, who met with JAC internet staff and found out what the JAC internet team was doing.

SUJAC Update – November 19th

Yet another semester is winding down, and the time has come for the last SUJAC update of 2014! We hope your final weeks of school aren’t too stressful and that your exams go smoothly.

Response: Make a Decision

I would like to respond to Anonymous who is concerned with whether it’s better to extend their stay in CEGEP until a clear decision about future plans has been made, or to take the plunge into the next phase of life.

What’s “ALC”?

If you attended this fall’s open house or saw the pamphlets in the Registrar’s office, you may have noticed a program missing from the roster: C.A.L.L.


ARIES (Mar. 21-April 19): You may feel as though your tongue has been awfully slippery lately and that you cannot control what you say. This is because your tongue is on the floor in the middle of the hallway and people are slipping on it. Without a tongue, control of your speech may be difficult. It might be a good idea to pick up your tongue, then give it a good wash before replacing it, and take better care of your possessions in the future.