Category: News

Bring on the summer heat

Four ways to stay fit this summer by Cassidy Rempel Staying in shape while in school can be quite the challenge. With summer break just around the corner, here are some great ways for students to get fit. Orangetheory...

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Cooking with gold flakes

Aspiring RRC chefs aim to represent Manitoba on national level by Will Reimer Early in the morning on April 1, five young aspiring chefs faced off in the provincial Saputo Junior Culinary Challenge, hosted by the Canadian...

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Jumping for jobs

Students search for summer salaries by Katie Woychyshyn With the end of the school year in sight, students have been searching for the jobs they will need to ‘make bank’ over the summer. On March 25 and 26, hundreds of students...

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Stop the presses

The Projector moves online-only by Erik Pindera — Editor-in-chief The world of journalism is rapidly changing, and The Projector is changing with it. There’s been a paradigm shift — we live in the online age. It’s time The...

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Hands-on with Hansen

Vote, but for what? by Melissa Hansen — columnist The votes are in and we have a new president at Red River College.  I wish I could tell you more about who she is and what she stands for, and who her opponents were and what...

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Someone to talk to

RRC launches new online mental health platform by Raquel Payne Red River College has introduced a new online platform it hopes will reduce students’ stress. The Red River ReliefLine lets students connect with trained listeners,...

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U shall pass

Students vote in favour of U-Pass Janelle Hulme The votes are in. Red River College students have voted yes to the U-Pass — good news for students who take the bus, but some students don’t know how the U-Pass will affect them....

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A diverse campus

RRC proud of third consecutive Diverse Employers title by Hayley McDonnell Red River College has been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for the third year in a row, and the college is proud of that title. “In this...

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Healthy minds Healthy college

Mental healthy advisory committee seeks diverse members by Larysa Musick Long banners used to hang from the second and third floor railing overlooking the atrium at The Roblin Centre. Last September, two “Be Undrunk” ads covered...

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Bunnies and beer cans

RRCSA election kegger hosts magical night by Kit Muir The Cave Lounge is dark save for the lighting near the bar at the back of the room and spotlights on Wes Barker, the magician on stage. He’s about to perform his final trick...

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Gluten freedom

Two different routes to gluten-free desserts by Tony Hinds Six years ago, Betsy Hiebert, owner of Cocoabeans Bakery, gave up on bread products after learning she and her three children suffered from celiac disease. The condition...

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