Business marketing students organized an Invictus Challenge on Nov. 11, a fundraising event for Soldier On, a Canadian Armed Forces charity program.
Author: Kriti Thakur
As a part of a five day Career Readiness Week, Conestoga students got a chance to attend an interactive session with Bruce Croxon, a well-known Canadian entrepreneur and a former star of TV series, Dragon Den.
Laser therapist and esthetician specializes in beautifying skin.
The idea behind the celebration was to commemorate Diwali and make international students feel at home. It is a way to help students rejoice while they are away from their families.
Think of a place where whirling clouds flirt with the wind, and spectacularly abundant greenery uplifts your soul. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Shimla was called the summer capital of British India in 1864 – and today it holds the title of one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. No wonder it is called the queen of hills. The capital city of the state, Himachal … Continued
The college hosted a five day Health and Wellness Week from Oct. 7 to Oct. 11.
For students away from home, tiffin service is a veritable boon. An independently owned local business, home-made food is welcome news for people around the K-W region.
The Food Bank of Waterloo Region organized the 6th annual Waffles in the Warehouse event on Sept. 18, 2019 at the food bank’s warehouse. The event aimed to raise awareness about food security and food assistance in the community. Chris Martin was the keynote speaker and he shared his childhood struggles with food insecurity. More than 200 people attended the event. Kriti Thakur reports.
Every drop of ink on a person’s body reflects a story. For tattoo enthusiasts, getting inked is not just an idea alone, it is a way of narrating life stories. “My tattoos mean a lot to me, I got them in memory of people close to me,” said Kimberly Menj, a resident of Waterloo in an interview with The Spoke. “The tattoo on my forearm is in the memory of … Continued