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Many Hands help Strive Niagara

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Many Hands help Strive Niagara

Sandi Toth, executive director of Strive Niagara, was sad to see renovation work at the agency’s building come to an end Saturday. Strive Niagara, on East Main St. in Welland, was refurnished thanks to Niagara College’s Many Hands 18th annual project, with the help of students in the event management and renovation technician courses “I’m […]

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Digital photography students showcase work

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Digital photography students showcase work

Say cheese! Digital photography students at Niagara College showcased their best work at the second annual Inception5 Art Showcase for graduating and first year students. First year students were showcasing prints of their best work on the walls of the Welland campus’ Reading Commons area outside the library, while second year students were showing off […]

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All fun and games at Niagara College

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All fun and games at Niagara College

A game about a marching band that goes missing and must find its way back was named the best game at Niagara College’s second annual Game Development Launch Thursday. “I came up with the idea over the summer. The concept of having the band, hanging with each other, and using their abilities and what not, […]

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Walker family donates $1.2M to college

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Walker family donates $1.2M to college

A $1.2 million donation from the Walker family and its Niagara-based Walker Industries Holdings Ltd. will support the development of Niagara College’s Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre. The announcement was made in front of more than 600 business, education and community leaders at Niagara College Foundation’s Seafood Gala. Held at the Fallsview Casino Resort, the annual […]

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Tell everyone what happened here

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Tell everyone what happened here

“Survive and tell everyone what happened here.” Those where the last words Max Eisen heard from his father before he was taken to the gas chamber at Auschwitz in July 1944. Max was 15 at the time. Born in 1929, in Czechoslovakia, Max had a large family of 70 plus people and a big house […]

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Celebrating dental hygienists week at Niagara College

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Celebrating dental hygienists week at Niagara College

Niagara College’s dental hygiene students were all smiles Thursday as they helped promote national hygienists week. The week takes place the second week of April promoting the importance and role of the dental hygiene profession to Canadians. It is sponsored by the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association. Niagara College’s dental hygiene students and faculty celebrated the […]

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