Head coach Matthew Buckley believes Conestoga’s team is tight and competitive, but needs to find a way to keep up its energy through the third and fourth quarters.
Author: Keegan Lavigne
The Conestoga Condors men’s volleyball team defeated the St. Clair Saints on Sunday, November 25 at Conestoga College.
For Conestoga’s Condors, being a student and an athlete at the same time is a time-management challenge. But it also brings its share of rewards, team members say.
Despite an 0-7 start, players and coaches believe the young team has the drive, skill and determination to make the OCAA playoffs.
A recent spate of thefts in the building’s parking garage have students concerned about their personal safety, as well as that of their belongings.
The statement commits the college to implementing the intellectual and cultural traditions of Indigenous peoples through new curricula and learning approaches.
With the help of sponsors such as Best Buy and Mountain Warehouse, the event raised about $300 for the Toronto hospital.
Better conditioning and more experienced players will make a difference, says head coach Dee Channer.
Some changes in practice sessions may have made the difference in getting the win at home against Mohawk College. Now, the team has some momentum as it pursues a break-even season.
The men’s rugby Condors are 0-3 on the season after facing Sheridan, Georgian and Seneca. But with improved teamwork, they’re hoping for a win against Mohawk next Wednesday.
Waterloo Regional Police arrested a man who barricaded himself in his apartment early Tuesday afternoon.
By Keegan Lavigne, Spoke News The Indigenous Education Protocol signing ceremony originally set to take place at Conestoga College on Sept. 24 has been postponed until Oct. 31. The event would have seen three chiefs and Conestoga College’s president, John Tibbits, sign the Indigenous Education Protocol, which recognizes “that Indigenous education emanates from the intellectual and cultural traditions of Indigenous peoples in Canada” and “underscores the importance of structures and … Continued
By Keegan Lavigne, Spoke News The Conestoga College varsity basketball team had a tough season last year, but it has worked hard during the off-season and hopes to have better results for 2018-19 campaign. The 2017-18 season was the first year Conestoga has ever had a basketball program. The team finished with a 4-16 record last season, but many of the players have remained positive and believe the team has … Continued
By Keegan Lavigne, Spoke News With the increasing popularity of video games, The Den, a gaming area located on Conestoga’s Doon campus above The Venue, is bound to become a more popular destination for students. Conestoga Students Inc. hosted an event on campus on Sept. 11 to promote the expanded recreation area. The event was held in A Building in the lower atrium, where various games and TVs were brought … Continued