As the Sheridan Bruins prepared for the playoffs, Conestoga head coach Haiqi-Liu remained optimistic about his squad’s prospects for next year.
Author: Nathan Timmerman
Despite the losses, both the men’s and women’s teams are intent on the learning the lessons they’ll need to apply to the new OCAA season next year.
The Guelph Humane Society takes in about five feral cats a month — a tiny fraction of the 10,000 or so unowned cats in the city.
Conestoga’s women went to five sets, ultimately losing their contest, while the men took straight sets for the win.
The Liberal Studies instructor says he won’t miss the marking. But the students? That’s an entirely different story.
Over a hundred people turned out to watch and compete in the National Ninja League (NNL) qualifying competition at Double Dragon Martial Arts and Fitness in Kitchener on Saturday.
Double Dragon Martial Arts and Fitness will host three classes of adult competitions on Saturday, with trials for younger age groups on Sunday.
Coach Haiqu-Liu describes the skills of this year’s squad as being ‘light years ahead’ of where the team was last year.
OPINION By Nathan Timmerman There are many avenues into the future that could possibly lead to a calamitous destruction of our society. Climate change, natural disaster, war and an uncertain geopolitical landscape all pose grave dangers, and are routinely discussed. However, there is a perilous change occurring within the fabric of society with substantially more imminent implications than climate change. Something that, unlike war or foreign dictatorship, is rarely addressed and … Continued
OPINION By Nathan Timmerman Despite our lack of claws or large canines humans have been finding ways to hunt and kill ever since we decided to stand up on two legs and walk out into the unforgiving African savanna. The consumption of large quantities of calorically dense fat and protein is likely what allowed us to grow the prestigiously large bundles of fat found in our heads, which we subsequently … Continued
With the thud of a mallet, a spritz of beer and the blessing of a tennis coach-turned-festival queen, the annual Bavarian-style extravaganza put out its welcome mat for another season.
By Nathan Timmerman, Spoke News The Conestoga Condor’s men’s rugby team fought hard on Sunday, Sept. 16, but ultimately lost 69-0 to the Georgian Grizzlies. Despite losing their first two games of the year, coach Greg Dawkins is optimistic about the upcoming season. “We had five returning players and everyone else is brand new. So they’ve never played the game or have very little experience with it,” said Dawkins after … Continued