Get out your Canadian flags, practice mispronouncing the word ‘about’, and cover your entire body in maple syrup. The iconic Canadian coffee shop chain, Tim Hortons, is here at John Abbott College, ready to serve all of the caffeine-enslaved students’ needs.
The SUJAC Club Day is coming up next week on Wednesday, October 1st, in the Agora from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Come visit us to meet your SUJAC reps and check out all the clubs that John Abbott has to offer. CSKY Radio will be playing live, and there will be free food and prizes to be won!
First off, we’d like to thank you for agreeing to do this for us. It will be nice to get insight into the mind of one of John Abbott’s most popular social media outlets. So tell us, how did you become an admin?
During your time at John Abbott you may find yourself in a bind to finish an assignment. In fact, some students are always in a perpetual state of work whereas others seem to complete tasks with minimal effort while receiving adequate marks.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves will soon be falling from the trees, the homework is starting to pile up…and the cosplayers are frantically putting finishing touches on their costumes.
Thomas lived on my street
For many years I saw that flop of hair
His poise and gestures returning when he saw me
And I sketched out the possibilities of him tripping
Flower headbands, sunglasses, flashing lights and wicked beats. Not to mention bodies splattered in paint bobbing around, shuffling and jumping in unison. That is the view Villa Paradizo brought to downtown Montreal’s very own Crescent Street on the 5th and 6th of September.
A fascination for what lies beyond Earth has been present in our society for years and has surely crossed many people’s minds during their lives. Yet, people in our day and age either don’t know or don’t seem to appreciate the breakthroughs we have made in the domain of space exploration, as well as its exciting future.
Very few people nowadays have not heard of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The death toll this year has already surpassed 2,000 people, including 79 health workers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Regardless of the efforts employed by various organizations to slow down the outbreak, it seems to be speeding up instead, raising concerns over this devastating disease.
U.S. special ops are on their way to becoming the first to sport some of the most advanced military technology in the world. The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (TALOS) project is still in the prototype stages, but, by 2018, the first high-risk military units might be going into battle looking like characters straight out of a video game.