Several members of a local club say handwork crafts play a role in keeping them happy, mentally healthy and engaged with others.
Teenage Head is still rocking packed venues more than four decades after they started.
Tri-City Roller Derby opened their practice space for a meet and greet on Sunday, Nov. 25 to people who are curious about what goes on within their roller derby league in hope of recruiting new skaters, volunteers and fans.
When students return to college after first careers or life-changing experiences, they often overcome challenges such as technology and fear of failure by staying focused on new goals and passions.
Started in 1975 and still going strong, Hamilton’s Teenage Head remain dedicated to their past and are inspired by their future.
The week-long event, led this year by Kimber Sider, advocates for social justice, the environment and community building.
The presence of a student-run bar at Conestoga’s Doon campus can be a temptation for some. But the secret to success is a delicate harmony between studying and partying, writes Karina Kajishima.
A trip planned around three rock concerts is far from smooth sailing, even including some white-knuckle moments.
One of southern Ontario’s hardest working and strangest musicians, Butch Haller says he’s written every song in existence.
It took Invictus Gaming little more than 85 minutes of play to defeat Fnatic, as a global audience looked on.
With the beginning of November, Spoke News took another step and started to visit other Conestoga College campuses. Featured this week: Jack Taylor, Monica Kopec, Ben Green, Joshua Salama-Frakes, Eric Ruxton, Cameron Bacvar and Alexander Ince.
Crazy costumes. Ghost stories. Tales from the world of the paranormal. Heroes, villains and everyone in between. It’s all in this special edition of Fashion ICONdors — live (or perhaps dead) from Conestoga College.
This will be the first time in six years that a non-Korean team will take home the Summoner’s Cup.
Music, dancing and fashion finery filled the Blue Room on the weekend, as the Gujarati Students Association welcomed all who wished to attend.