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Party Like A Pagan, Unless You Have Paraskavedekatriaphobia*

* Fear of Friday the 13th (a.k.a.: Triskaidekaphobia or Friggatriskaidekaphobia) We hope you’re holding a horseshoe, a rabbit's foot or an elephant (with its trunk raised) as you read this. It is a dreaded “Friday the 13th” – a superstitious date…
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Campus Becomes A Gallery Thanks To Donation

St. Clair’s Main/South Campus has become the latest site of a campaign by Art Windsor-Essex (AWE) to bring art to the community – by putting it outside. On October 21, the college unveiled its hosting of the AWE’s “Look Again! Outside” exhibit.…
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Student Council Concerned By Easing Of International Work Guidelines

St. Clair’s Student Representative Council (SRC) questions the wisdom of a new federal government policy that will ease work-hour restrictions for international students. On October 7, federal Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Sean…
ignobels

Constipated Scorpions, Knob-Turning And Crash-Testing Moose

Every year for the past 32 years - at about the same time that the Nobel Prizes are doled out to recognize brilliant and commendable scientific, scholarly and humanitarian achievements - the reverse is also true ... ... The Ig Nobel Awards are…
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A New Type of Morning

By Dylan Menard Pre-enrolment, going to college was sold as a completely different experience than what is occurring on campus today. High school guidance counsellors and recruitment literature always told us that a postsecondary campus was meant…
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Vibrating Earthworms, Helium-Filled Alligators, And Knives Made Of Poop

With Info from https://www.improbable.com/ig-about/winners/ Every year for the past 30 years - at about the same time that the Nobel Prizes are doled out to recognize brilliant and commendable scientific, scholarly and humanitarian achievements -…
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St. Clair College Chatham Campus Students Keep The Tradition Going

PICTURED: St. Clair College, Chatham Campus' Police Foundations and Border Services volunteers at the 10th Annual Chatham-Kent & Lambton Children’s Water Festival included, left to right: Hannah Dykema, Trentin Parent, Daniel DeSousa, Kassidy…
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Interior Designers Decking The Halls – And Giving To The Community

A week or so ago, on the Student Representative Council's Facebook page, the annual involvement of the Interior Design program in local "Decking The Hall" projects was highlighted. Students took part in the Christmas decorating of Windsor's historic…
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St. Clair Students At Giant Sports Expo

Contributed by Professor Kevin Corriveau On the November 15-17 weekend, 47,115 individuals throughout Canada, the U.S. and Europe converged on Toronto’s International Centre to take part in the Sport Card & Memorabilia Expo – and St. Clair was…
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Book Look: Library Has Giller Prize Nominees

Did you know your campus Library carries the latest 2019 Giller Prize shortlisted novels? If you’re looking for something to get you through these cozy autumn evenings, feel free to ask us to put a title aside for you! You can check availability in…