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Activists
Continued from page
McCallum,
I
morning of Blix's
the
Atomic
International
Energy
Agency, told the Security Council
he has so
that
far
"found no evidence
months
its
nuclear pro-
still
needs a few
has revived
that Iraq
gram." But his team
complete their work, he
to
Pam
of the
director general
ElBaradei,
at
Johnson, a dance instructor
Humber's Lakeshore campus and
member of
active
Toronto
the
Committee Against Sanctions and
War in Iraq, said the Blix report
clearly indicates there
waging war on
for
Johnson took part
peace march
report.
in
"One of the
came
was
the feeling that protest really
a
way
to
out of that demonstration
makes a
Blix's
report.
difference."
hearing
After
Prime Minister Jean Chretien told
Iraq.
House of Commons he agreed
have more
the
that "inspectors should
because they could help us avoid a
Nations
war." ElBaradei said.
despite
Press
Secretary Ari
is
time to
Whitehouse
Toronto
in
expressed concern that the U.S.
not give
UN
may
'Even
if
UN
States
would
still
the
say
Iraq
spokesman
who
Markham
for 15 peace
gathered
do
the
if
U.S.
at
sanctions and war
in Iraq.
approval.
Carolyn Parrish. Liberal
MP
for
Mississauga Centre, has stated publicly that
she will quit the Liberal
not
the Iraqis are not being completely
prime minister to hold a free vote
co-operative," she said.
the
is
the
office
of
Canada's Defence Minister, John
.
.
.
Chow
Olivia
party and
has agreed to propose
an official anti-war resolution to city
council on Feb.
isn't
as an
independent
if
military action that
sanctioned by the
UN.
She said she plans
to
ask the
in
House before he makes any war
commitment. This would permit all
MPs
to vote
according to their con-
science instead of along party lines.
Parrish
5.
sit
Canada supports
.
Johnson said Toronto councillor
demonstra-
outside
constituency
would
United
complying," said Matthew Behrens,
tors
Johnson, dance teacher
Lakeshore, is opposed to
.
Blix had reported 100
co-operation,
the
"They have not found the smoking gun'.
At the same time, it's
very obvious that Hans Blix has
come under
U.S. pressure to say
inspectors the time they
need to do their job properly.
per cent
But
Council."
repeated questions by
launched an attack on Iraq without
Pam
activists
a report to the United
Security
Canada
Fleischer told
peaceful resolution to the Iraqi con-
Peace
make
opposition, he refused to say what
running out" for a
flict.
is
It
change things.
"These few months would be a
valuable
investment
in
peace
reporters "time
things
that
said.
After the Blix report,
the Jan. 18
Toronto that includ-
ed 10,000 people.
no reason
is
in
acknowledged
that
the
Thousands
U.S.
is
protest the
war
Canada's most serious trade
partner, "but
when
it
comes to decidwage war on
ing whether or not to
[another] country,
it's
a moral issue,
not an economic issue."
Jack Layton wins landslide victory
for NDP leadership on first ballot
Layton opposed
to
war in
promises
Iraq,
the party
ready to step into a
is
embraced
Long time Manitoba
who
Blaikie
Democratic Party
in a
general con-
new
a leader
politi-
MP
Bill
preached a status quo
was Layton's
platform,
closest rival,
gaining 24.7 per cent of the popular
vote.
Layton, 52, gained support from
a wide age group, from
young peo-
ple to the older guard of the party
vention.
The former Toronto
city council-
lor and head of the federation of
Canadian Municipalities gained
53.5 per cent of the vote from party
members across
the country,
him the second person
history to
of
size
cal experience.
landslide first-ballot victory this past
at the party's
the
with charisma but no federal
Jack Layton soared to the leadership
weekend
said
direction as they
to
by David Ros
New
Supporters
Layton's victory reflected the fact
support activism
of the
ballot.
first
in
such
win the leadership on the
who
led the
number of memHouse of Commons.
bers in the
He
told
party
faithful
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NDP
was
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former
as
Broadbent,
in
the
House of Commons because Paul
Martin,
Prime
often
touted
the
next
Minister of Canada,
and
as
Canadian Alliance leader Stephen
Harper have the same position on
many issues.
He pointed
out the
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in Iraq
"My
and
to tough, anti-terror-
for racial profiling.
personal
priority
is
to
mobilize party activists and work
with the
peace movement to put
we have to
oppose war with Iraq," Layton said,
sensing an opportunity to gain
every ounce of energy
ground with people opposed
war,
to the
but have traditionally voted
1
in Iraq in
downtown Toronto
last
week.
I
box," Gifford said. "The sandbox
by Fernanda Caranfa
closed and
In a study released earlier this
week,
most
that the arsenic levels in
play
city-owned
removed
will be
it
is
in the
spring."
Toronto Parks and Recreation found
Exposure
CCA
to
can
lead to
cancer, kidney and liver problems,
and death. Children are
birth defects
daycare centres did not exceed fed-
especially susceptible to
eral guidelines.
Mild exposure symptoms include
These results were in contrast
to
the Environmental Defence
Canada
week
earlier,
(EDC) study done
which found
more than two-
that
playgrounds
of
thirds
a
Toronto showed
tested
of arsenic
levels
Both studies tested for chromated
preserve wood which can
to
leach out of the
wood
into soil and
effects.
The
of Toronto study found
city
that all structures located at child-
care centres were safe.
"Playgrounds
in
217
city
owned
were
parks and childcare centres
Winnie
tested," said
copper arsenate (CCA), a chemical
its
nausea, loss of appetite and diarrhea.
in
above federal guidelines.
used
son
ings
Li.
spokesper-
and Recreation. "Of
for Parks
we found
those,
31 had arsenic read-
exceeded federal guide-
that
Converting play structures from wooden models into metal and plastic (pictured above)
reduce levels of arsenic in playgrounds found in parks and daycare centres.
supervisor
Gilford,
of
that
the
3
play
1
structures
be
Humber College childcare centres,
said she knew of the problems with
pressure treated wood a > ear and a
replaced. 26 others be sealed with
half ago.
this
"The only wood
ground
monitor the affected parks, starting
and the sand-
year
took one
We
only 35 parks
tested
in
Toronto and they claim they found
Li
soil
federal
"They only
said.
sample per location.
took 4 samples."
Heather Smith, an author of the
EDC
study, said 24 of the 35 play-
grounds
"EDC
our play-
in
in the fence
is
guidelines."
paint and a $25,000 annual budget to
exceeded
two-thirds
that
The same study recommended
is
one way
to
lines."
cause arsenic poisoning.
Susie
30. 2003
sandbox closed as precaution
Kids'
structures in parks and
JANUARY
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Toronto exceeded the
in
wooden
posts enter the ground
touch the sand or
"We
and
phased out. Residential use
by the end of this year and
soil.
took one sample
because we were looking for hot
only
spots. Toronto
all
levels,"
was looking
Smith
for
in
the
said the use of
taken within half a metre of where
of pressure treated wood
Technology a
is
limited
United States
CCA
end
has been
been testing
being
if
NAFTA
under
They have
Krepski said.
terms,"
treatment
in the
stop
for industry.
"Re-evaluation of
said.
guidelines, based on single samples
will
going on for five to six years with
over-
Chris Krepski of Health Canada
CCA
2004
will
it
the risks are accept-
able to the latest safety standards.
help
Climate change forces
sports business to adapt
this
season
"And [companies] are continucome up with new technology to make more snow." said
for
winter
Margot Minardy. of the Ontario
by Lisa Conlin
ing to
The cold, snowy winter
means good business
sports, but fiucluating temperatures
Snow
could be a problem
year
seasons
in
to
come.
Environment Canada released a
climate change plan earlier this
winter, which states that an unpredictable environment, stemming
from global wanning, has social
could ask about agriculture," said
Paul
Boost
federal funding for child care centres
in
help low income families to afford daycare
will
from Environment
Giroux,
Canada. "Will there be an impact?
Certainly, but
ticular, that's
College daycare expects
boost from national plan
what
us per child are
1999
rates.
number's child care centres are
but
rates
hoping
Gifford said.
from
benefit
to
funding
increased
care
child
for
services
across Canada.
day-care
plan,
announced
budget.
part
is
in next
As much
of a national
likely
to
be
month's federal
as $1.5 billion will
be allocated to help low
income
"They've
boosting
Gifford,
it
are
been talking
for years,"
Humber
about
said Susie
child care centre
supervisor
number's two child care centres
have received government funding
to upgrade their facilities, but
still
need more money.
"The rates the government gives
1998 and
backdated,"
still
in
standards for
equipment
forced
schools and child care centres
tear
down
from
cost
to
playgrounds.
their
Gifford said rebuilding the
grounds
seasons. We've had
more than three million ski visits."
liut even with advances in technology, the question of what to do
with the land that can't be covered
by snowmakers remains.
The challenge
year.
$50,000
to
"The rumour
in
the
process
of
money from
and as a result fewer people
subsidies have
The
stricter guidelines
funding increases
will help
There
are,
the
them
to
playground.
winter
rely
on snowmaking companies
when
temperatures are mild.
of climate change."
snowboarding
For
like
that thrive
ness
is
on natural snow, busi-
very
much
limited by mild
winters. "You're really just waiting
out a miserable winter and
next year
is
better,"
Suda
is
more
Valentine
disqualified from
As
receiving child care subsidies.
result,
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are
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on
the age of their child.
however, other issues that
etc
<»v
to
send their children to child care.
Humber
hoping
said.
d^
family with more than $5,000 dolsavings
industries
cross-country skiing
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itfl'
building
effects
mean any
children from birth to five years-old.
finish
A climate change survey by
Environment Canada reported
almost 70 per cent of those surveyed said "human ingenuity can
not offset most of the negative
qualify," Gilford said.
Gifford said.
Gifford hopes that the potential
the
become
for
stricter
denied funding and can't afford
the
teacher Paul Suda.
this
government
to help, but it's not even half of what
we need to replace what we had,"
gotten
for
to find innovative
said
impractical,"
Hospitality and Tourism
number's
that require-
is
ments
lars in
rebuilding our playground and have
is
solutions. For example, ski hills can
for child
become
and sports
severe weather
care for toddlers and pre-schoolers
play-
$100,000.
are
demand
said the
in
amount and types
and frequency of
patterns, the
of precipitation
she says also need to be addressed.
She
be in par-
This impact includes changes
wind
has dropped across Etobicoke
Recent changes
"We
families afford daycare.
the
Child care has increased
playground
The funding,
still
will
undetermined."
sports business
by Leslie Fleischer
it
have been our most
"Fifiy to 60 kilometers of trails
same
that you
the
thing about winter sports
last
successful
and economic consequences.
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Lack of cash
delay centre's growth
Construction slated to begin this
When completed the revamped centre will use wind turbines, donated by Ontario Power
spring on the Nature Centre in the
Generation
by Fernanda Caranfa
Humber
Arboretum
delayed
because
may
and
Systems to generate
of
all
its
own
power. Greenhouse gas emissions
goal.
will
"Humber College has
$500,000
far,"
ects
received
the Ontario Innovation
"Humber College
Guelph
make
to
proposal,"
it
academic
Number
and
of Guelph
officer
"There
a strong possibility
is
Ray
the grant will be approved."
gence
in
cabinet
making are expected to
pate in the re-vamping
project,
students
partici-
Trust
make
will
was
Nightingale
Contruction of a new Nature Centre in Humber's Arboretum
delayed if fundraisers fail to reach their $1.5 million goal.
a
opti-
less
depends on the number of
applications," he said.
construction goes ahead
stations for the
proposed student
workshop/lab.
Engineering
stu-
in the
spring the upgraded centre will be
include
completed
will
nature
feet
workshop
will
resource area.
in spring of 2004. It
be enlarged to 5,000 square
New
from 2,000.
facilities
a
solarium,
activity
a
Architecture students worked
a
student
community
a
Kani Associates
with Allen
new
year to develop the
children's
centre,
and
may be
The Humber
last
design.
Federation
Student
donated $1,000
Iraq's
illegal
about
weapons programs, its attempts to
hide those weapons from UN
inspectors and
terrorist
Ray
donations are welcome,
terrorism
and
forces
coalition
in
Afghanistan fought 80 rebels
in
the largest battle since Operation
Anaconda nine months ago,
the
U.S. Military said on Jan 27.
At
killed,
said.
connections to
AFGHANISTAN
the centre. All
to
its
groups.
War on
U.S.
for the project.
Ontario
planned.
decision by early April.
If
on Feb. 5 so Secretary of State
Colin Powell c;m present intelli-
to
dents are also being considered
enabling construction to go
ahead
as
Innovation
mistic. "It
add up
straw
fhey will design and build work-
University.
said,
ecologically
about $10,000 a year.
Michael
said
wet-
UN's approval.
The president said he will ask
tlie UN security council to meet
linergy savings will
the
President
28.
without the
provide
will
in
efficient insulation.
a strong
vice-provost
Nightingale,
chief
bales
pro\ ided the
applied expertise and
theoretical,
new
And
Roof top gardens and
Trust for
total cost.
Jan.
ahead with the attack with or
posting toilets.
40 per cent ol'lhe
of
be equipped with com-
tre
collaborate on an application to
will
of the Union speech
In his State
the night
the cen-
land garden outside.
Guelph
University met two weeks ago to
and
college
will be
UNITED STATES
Bush prepared his country for
war on Iraq.
Bush said the U.S. will go
the conservatory and a
fund raising.
The
system.
through garden beds
filtered
charge of
in
Toronto's sewage
Grey water or sink water,
said Carol Ray. special proj-
co-ordinator
wastewater will not flow
Its
Powell to present
intelligence report
be reduced by 100 per cent.
into
donations so
in
by Joel Hoidas
panels
.solar
failed to reach their $1.5 million
close to
Digest
Automation Tooling
donated by
be
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World
least
18 rebel fighters were
but there were no coalition
casualties.
Romanow
Paralegal degree offered
The battle was sparked by a
minor shootout near the Pakistan
report calls for
border in which one
one
killed,
prospective students
to
by Kate Schwass
being
are
clients
Hook
accordingly.
Humber
$8.5
represented
said.
"There should be some standard
will be the first college in
Ontario to offer an applied degree
of education and some standard of
program
performance,"
for
people interested
pursuing a career
in
Humber
in law.
The applied paralegal degree
be
will
exclusively
offered
Humber and
not
another university.
with
by
Humber
has offered a nursing degree with
New
the University of
past and
in the
with
nered
Guelph
to
is
the
the curve,"
Richard
dar for the 2003/04 school year,
"paralegals enjoy one of the highest
employment
of
and there
is
rates and
and
professional
worker
skilled
occupations.
at
Michael
the front of
VP Academic
Currently there
very receptive to the
no guarantee
that
will
"Of
Teach English
Overseas
new
degree.
degree
phone
the
calls
is
get, five to
1
one they're about our paralegal
program."
Hook
a
very
people
said he has also received
in
response from
the law profession.
Humber
College
Robert Gordon said he thinks the
new
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applied degree program will
Humber's
enhance
academic
repertoire.
we
to offer
don't
there's a very powerful
any
think
job mar-
Gordon said.
Gordon said the idea of having
an applied degree would appeal to
ket,"
many
students
focused
merits.
degree
Walkom
The Romanow
Romanow
Canada's health care system, must
be fully implemented, two speakers
told an
senior citizens, attended the meet-
"Implementing the
at the St. James
United Church at Burnhamthorpe
called
Romanow
Report"
Hwy.
speakers at the meeting.
request
Romanow's
the Canada
referred to
rewrite
to
(CHA)
Health Act
diagnostic procedure as
medically necessary, since the
states that
CHA
any medically necessary
democrat, Kirby,
procedure, authorized by a physician or a hospital, has to
because
with
it's
a
practical
trick he says
considered
medically
is
what
is
necessary,"
he said.
Walkom
Romanow's
spoke
request to
about
viewpoint,
giving background of
the
role
in
the birth
tem
in
Canada.
8 per cent
to
25 per cent.
"The federal govemment has a
etc.
of the medicare sys-
said the
"Far more
main weakness
medical drug
Quentin Smith, 38, and Steve
Brooks, 42, drifted for nine hours
off the coast of a nearby remote
island before being rescued
...
The two men used
cause
of
we
things
environment
poor
same
Pole
in
October - becoming the
first pilots
craft to the
most imporhealth
to fly a piston-engined
North Pole.
Raider nation
riot
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rioted
fans
downtown San Diego on
Jan. 25 after the Raiders' 48-21
loss.
San Diego police said
10 cars were set on
TV news
fire
van was broken
at least
and one
into.
...
in
Nearly
all
of the windows
were shattered at a MacDonalds
which was also set on
fire. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the Raiders fans and
arrested 23 people - mostly for
restaurant,
said.
did something about that
would actually reduce the talks
the burden on the healthcare
system."
the
helicopter to fly to the North
is
what caus-
are
by a
Chilean warship.
Superbowl
poverty, the single
Canada," Howlett
and
ocean off of Antarctica.
through
important than the
like clean water, the
we
South Poles were rescued Jan. 27
Oakland
es health problems.
boost the
funding of medicare from what he
1
church played an important
the lack of emphasis on
"If
estimated to be about
British adventurers planning
after they crashed landed into the
R44
program, shared the
how
and
Two
right-
report from the church's
tant
also
a
Romanow
latest
"The
Explorers rescued
ENGLAND
liberal.
ecumenical
be covered
the
said
copter to both the North and
Dennis Howlett of KAIROS, an
He
military
have possible links to the
the
keeping univer-
was similar to the Romanow report.
Walkom said the two reports
box in the federal government
because they come from both sides
of the fence - Romanow, a leftist
wing
rebels
report.
specifically
to
the
medicare and extending the
to include homecare, which
social
Walkom, an expert on world healthcare systems, was one of two
the
CHA
427.
Toronto Star columnist Thomas
nearby mountains.
in tlie
The U.S.
to be the first pilots to fly a heli-
single-tier system,
sal
More than 120 people, mostly
after
The Kirby Report supports
Etobicoke audience on Jan.
22.
mentioned
released
revealed there
Taliban and al-Qaeda.
that easily."
also
was
which
report, a review of
by medicare.
"We're not going
degrees where
[suggests] $8.5 billion
over two years. The federal govem-
by Annasta Campbell-Clarke
include
President
can
man
said.
Kirby Report, compiled by the
Senate Social Affairs Committee,
Walkom
positive
"Romanow
one
and
was a small group of rebels massing
Walkom
this,"
the detained
ment can handle
Rd. and
one that
become known," Hatton said.
"I think that
handle
man was
detained. After being questioned,
more on health
ing
Associate
Hatton, an
VP, said high school teachers are
are no training standards for paralegals
calen-
University
be
said.
Humber
to the
now and they
pretty big surplus
Experts urge
feds to spend
program.
Profile certificate
According
for those pursuing technical, para-
Humber's
Hook
Firm
Law
Law
currently part-
of Guelph-Humber.
to
currently offers a
one of the
highest average earnings in Canada
Brunswick
form the new University
"We wanted
said.
Clerk diploma program and
cooperation
in
Hook
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billion for
injured
public drunkenness.
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Design Exchange, a not-for-
I'he
design,
profit
fifth
The number
Humber
women
is
in IT
hosting
is
its
compecalled "Connect." Ihe compe-
national student design
tition
programs has dropped significantly.
launching a campaign to address the problem.
of
education
research,
and exhibition centre,
intended to help students
tition is
in
engineering and graphic and indus-
of
in
technology
"Women
Small numbers
are
"The objective of this program is
gap between students
and businesses, helping students
to bridge the
jump-start
flocking to
not
they're perceived
nated
and
classes
Konyu
as...
because
male domiprograms,"
may
who
assume people
work
automotive
in the
Technology program,
is
about putting family
women
to
doesn't matter
which college or university you go
enrollments
to,
that's
cent,
are
down. And
down by five per
we're down by 50 per cent."
not just
According to a recent report in
The Toronto Star, the number of
women
taking IT courses in high
school,
and subsequently
college
and university, has decreased
sig-
nificantly in the last five years.
Konyu says
women
in
that the
Humber's IT courses is
Of the 725 students
alarmingly low.
enrolled in the IT program this year,
less than five
in the
first
rather
College
will
host the
Women
with
Women's
dents
in the
Humber
career
to
grade nine
feeder schools
years,
to
in
show young
IT can
be
in
the
and
con-
Gordon
at
told
a recent meet-
ing, following reports that
some
col-
lege staff are making inappropriate
comments to students.
Gordon made the statement after
Camille
counsellor
llannays-King
said
to
pets.
Koopman,
advisor
faculty
"Students
get
DuPont
Humber
for
the
how
being able to see
benefit
students
had
been coming to her with concerns
about comments made by
stalT.
"Students arc disturbed by these
real
male-
in
woman
"We
her studies and a
stall
member
more on
the
mom. The
student was not a single mom.
Hannays-King urged the mem-
"We
bers of Academic Council to be
aware of what stafT members are
stalT
saying and
to.
whom
She noted
ing inappropriate
dents
is
not a
they are saying
that the issue of
new
comments
it
mak-
to stu-
problem.
Hannays-King said this is not a
situation and was unable to
unique
how many
come
the
academic and
less
compassionate," Gordon
suggested that the course might be
too dilTicult for a single
run the danger of focusing
on
said.
need the smart com-
don't
ments."
the college does provide a
workplace,
the
course
is
not
Academic
Council
whether
type of course should
this
Valerie
Rothlin.
Administration
the
Connect.
"For students looking
design community]
industrial design students. This year
said
he
said.
Koopman added
interested in design
anyone
welcome to
that
is
participate.
"We
ers but
any student can contribute,"
Koopman
have
to
John
said.
"It
doesn't
even
be a class project. Students
work,
for
members of the
beneficial,"
is
Katsoulis,
recent
a
Humber
College graphic design
graduate. "You have a forum where
you can compare your work with
other designers."
The
focus on industrial design-
to her
Hannays-King
stated
that,
not a welfare office."
students
see counsellors with similar
plaints.
She said
to
com-
the counselling
it
is
impossi-
there
staff
is
members who
comments,
that
stressed that
not one particular group of
arc
but that
it
making these
is
a problem
stems across the board from
"It's
a big issue. If
I
Connect
last
day
is
Friday,
Jan.
students
registering,
their
entries
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for
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to
31. After
must submit
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10.
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more information.
for
that
at
an important one. Rothlin
staff at
Lakeshore making
ble to keep track.
inappropriate comments.
Gordon said all faculty and staff
must keep in mind that the college is
becoming an increasingly diverse
Lakeshore," Rothlin
"There are certain characters
just administration."
etc
said.
at
"It's not
Students
who
many," she
said.
are faced with staff
making inappropriate comments are
encouraged
to
report
the
incident.
Students can reach the counselling
office at
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become mandatory.
problems and therefore
"Humber
of entering design competitions
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the interaction [with
questioned
who asked what would happen
member
an individual entry from
outside the class."
embedded
is
a
withdrawing from her program and
staff
"The competition
mandatory one. Many members of
said she has had students talk to her
the
College.
development course about
working in a culturally diverse
department doesn't keep a record of
that
Humber
at
and
teachers to administration.
While
estimate
student told
teachers
make
can
Students enjoy the various benea positive
students
Hannays-King also
community.
having dilTiculties
comments," Hannays-King said. She
mentioned two recent examples. The
first involved a student who was
OSAP.
The
response from both
of
the real world
operates as well as gaining practical
IT professions.
meet with
to
show
annual design competition.
professionals,"
Koopman said.
Koopman has received
educational experience for students.
valuable.
design
fifth
[the response] is definitely hot,"
College, sees the competitions as an
girls that a
The second complaint came from
staff should partici-
Academic Council
students
for
graphic and industrial design can
in
college staff accused of insensitivity
pate in sensitivity training, college
Robert
Dccoma
for the past five
experience working with
an older
Humber College
Millennium
and DuPont Canada
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their stuff at this year's
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said.
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in
exposure.
"Our partners are excited about
working with the new generation of
"That can
said.
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industr>'
computer career
to be tied to
the office. You can do a lot of your
work at home."
In
early
March, Humber
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more
per cent are female.
Some
president
think
because you don't have
ference
number of
to
Konyu
than job,"
happen
in IT.
"It
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are
September
after
Humber
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Humber College.
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said.
Women and men
future
their
design," said llena Messina, busi-
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prompt college
to host forum
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World opinion on
weapons inspectors presented the world with
in reports handed over by Iraqi
during a 60-day search for weapons of mass destruc-
Earlier this week,
Humber
Et Cetera Staff
U.N.
Blix report to
evidence of several key flubs
ofllcials
Iraq shifts after
Ho Idas
Joel
Editor in Chief
tion in Iraq.
The two-month
struggle divulged nothing but a plethora of
moth-eaten documents indicating the strong possibility Iraq
is
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hiding what the world
Peter Criscione
scared to find.
Managing Editor
The U.N. and the United States may not have found the
"smoking gun" the world wanted as validation for an Iraq invasion. But the report presented by chief U.N. Weapons Inspector
Hans Blix did prove that inspectors were given the run around
by Iraqi ofTiciais. He said inspectors would need at least several more months to gather concrete information as to whether or
Copy and Online Editor
not Iraq
is
Paul
Marianne Galloway
indeed hiding nukes.
is
Photo Editor
But why give inspectors more time to be dragged around by
a rope? Inspectors aren't even allowed to question scientists
without Iraqi officials present. Bush has been aware of
Amy Ward
Photographer
Hussein's lack of cooperation for the longest while. But his pub-
and much of the world has been neither
lic
make
nor willing to
fact
Markowski
aware of
fully
that
Kim
Clark
the leap of faith and accept the presi-
....</
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News Editor
dent's word.
Bush's strong approach and awareness of Iraq's ways should
come
not
as a surprise. After
all,
was president of the
his father
United States and led the Gulf War against Iraq
in
the '90s.
Christine Atkinson
It is
assumed Bush senior recounted to his son what he found in Iraq,
what fell through his hands and what not to do when dealing
with such an noncompliant country.
Blix said in the Jan. 27 report that the situation
ening" reminder of what Iraq
12.000-page
is
capable of
provided by Baghdad
file
last
He
is
Aaron Olegario
Editorial Cartoonist
a "fright-
addressed a
month, which con-
Anna Rozbicka
tained incomplete and out-of-date information previously sub-
mitted to inspectors during the Gulf War.
mation
in
the
The only new
Arts Editor
infor-
indicated that Iraq has failed to account for
file
Julet Allen
about 6,000 chemical rockets.
Despite inspectors reassuring that
is
all
nuclear activity
chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, there
indicating that materials
is
Yasna Markovic
in Iraq
neutralized and though officials are asserting that Iraq has
trail
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Opinion Editor
Life Editors
no
a messy paper
do indeed remain undeclared and
Kyle
stockpiled.
Mamoch
Cash and Gizmos Editor
For example,
Iraqi ofTicials say that they destroyed nerve
and Anthrax stockpiles, but fail to provide the world
with paper work proving so. Lost paperwork cannot be the rea-
VX
agent
document about uranium
son; particularly after a 3,000-page
enrichment was found hidden
in
This lack of information
American
sort
citizens
and the
of action against
protests
talks,
answers and
options are
if
a wake-up
is
call
for
in
Miles
Wienecke
Sports Editors
Iraqi scientist's household.
of the world to take part
rest
Iraq.
an
Amy
Christina
North
some
Terri
Unfortunately and apparently, peace
"
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Amott
Tina Ivany
and inspections aren't giving us any solid
the stockpiles are mounting, then very few
17,643 Ontario children
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left.
Lara King
Creative Advisor
Too many Ontario kids abandoned
As
a province,
own
children
It's
-
we
are discarding our
17,643 to be exact.
hard to believe, but that's the
number of children
in
Ontario cur-
rently in foster care, children
some
who
for
reason have been yanked out or
forced out of their natural family unit.
Some
kids are lucky and
fall
in
warm, generous and loving foster
homes while others spend years drifting through
from home
the
to
system,
traveling
home, confused by
inconsistencies in parenting and other
family problems.
It's
too hard for Children's
Aid
in
Ontario to keep an eye out on every
kid because the program
is
danger-
ously low on cash. There are simply
many
paramedics responded
to a 911
call
we
should
help them?
where they found a newborn baby
girl abandoned near city hall naked
cause
on cold concrete under a
firearms, parents should suffer conse-
was estimated
about 15 minutes prior
medics
arrival
stairwell.
to the
It
bom
baby was
that the
para-
Perhaps, just
quences for failing
A
with a mental illness
who
Toronto's
and
shelters
Authorities say that
it
baby will be put up
Mira already has at
from families willing
is
woman
frequents
50 calls
to adopt
and
care for her.
others in Ontario, clearly
earlier
north
lost
of
week was
this
in a
snow-
and stranded, crying alone
in the
Thankfully,
police
child, but his parents
to
be seen.
door search
make the
found
in the
community eventuboy's
home and
It
is
himself and
the house.
Parents have primary responsibil-
the baby
Mira
On
Jan.
24, one of the coldest
nights Toronto has seen
all
winter.
most defenceless.
But the dilemma of what to do to
stem the tide of abandonment is com-
relying
plex.
child
Should we punish parents who
throw away their responsibilities, or
all
A
that children
living in single parent
households are more likely to suffer
ity
than
for their kids
on police
old...
and
children
psychiliving
and shouldn't be
it does take a village to raise a
and perhaps then instead of
who
fail to
should be helping them.
etc.
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do not deserve to be
abandoned on a sidewalk or shuttled
back and forth between foster homes.
They deserve
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But
punishing those
a
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of the Humber
Children
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As well, more accessible group
workshops and parenting classes
with both parents.
left
find a solution to stop hurting our
week
publication
alleged the boy dressed
enough love and money to go around.
The pain of child abandonment
smacked Torontonians in the face
case.
The Humber
were nowhere
afternoon, door-to-
point that we, as a society, need to
earlier this
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ticularly single parent families.
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reason?
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school curriculum.
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father.
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the
An
ally led police to the
This case, and the thousands of
or
street.
likely the
for adoption.
least
aid.
haven't been
should be provided to
hostels.
young
proper care
found haphazardly dressed
suit
and need outside
Larin
Perhaps, then, a mandatory parenting
two-year-old
Newmarket
a
illegal
Often they
to take
are too
simply incapable of raising children
of their children.
and her umbilical cord
was still in tact.
The mother is allegedly
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Some parents
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parent
we
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of the times, demon-
to start delivering that elusive
attention piqued
school
she
years ago. O'Connor refers to herself
Steven
a great sign
babysitting the nation and are caught
in
teaches Sunday
and avoid relying on American spinoffs to shadow over their lack of ini-
keep up
it's
me
Broadcasters
well
is
Canadian cable broadcasters need
me
-
media-related,
bad
boy rocker addict,
was a
Ford," she said rolling her eyes. The
subway filled with giggles from her
and her friends.
No wonder people have been
Ahh. There's the problem. All
American
and the new
mentaries.
to
just
silicone infested
The recent influx
of specialty chan-
coverage you're
would
usually involve flipping back and
forth between The Simpsons, Girls
Behaving Badly. Trading Spaces and
BBC World News.
it
favourite centrefold,
and
programming. Slowly but
surely,
something
for everyone is becoming available,
whether it's day-long extreme sports
watch!
Typical tube time for
Is
and porn-star
as
focused
them any more
appealing
Hefner's
in
kids aren't there to
listen to her leach the Bible.
probably there to
can
ordained
feel
underway.
a
and
peroxide
their
CD
season
Idol's
CD and the new
season is well under
sizes
small
far afterwards.
pop, Kelly Clarkson
premiere princess of
pop, Kelly Clarkson
has yet to chuck out
that
coming on stage
in
Hugh
someone needs
that the
does the religious sect
that
I
actually even look for-
Live in the early '90s? Well, neither
the singer as a priest almost three
dish
Idol's premiere princess of
a
American
contin-
think
order
in
to the top.
it
spirits.
on Saturday Night
II
hope.
to Sundays!"
Pammy
to
me
gives
has yet to chuck out
know how
girls
auditioners,
But publicly manufactured pop
frontations.
don't
by
carried
geck-to-chic con-
1
authori-
which must be compromised
to
Pope John Paul
as we're
insulting to the audience
privy
Sinead O'Connor tore up a picture of
red bracelet around her wrist that
They
think
I
past summer. She also wears a thin
is
ward
onto the Kabbalah bandwagon.
Does anyone remember when
the
and they don't work.
Barbra Streisand have also jumped
it
they learn more there than
school.
the Kabbalah centre this
at
believed to ward off evil
programming
hackneyed regurgitations of itself?
Shows like American Idol.
Popslars,
Canadian Idol. Star
Search and The Great Canadian
Music Dream just to name a few are
all
is
an
at
interview,
kids have just thrived there.
like
and her
family regularly attend classes
I'm a watching-girls-make-assesrecent
girl
My
by Yasna Markovic
of
off-shoot
Canada
kids out there and
director
broadcast industry has the ultimate
out-of-themselves-aholic."
In
an
Judaism. The material
birthday
in California.
her church's chil-
at
In a recent Elle
Ritchie, are devout followers of
the
sili-
addict,
Anderson says "It's a positive thing.
There's a whole community of great
celebrities are turning to
and spreading His word.
Guy
boy rocker
dren's ministry.
Madonna and husband,
So why
She volunteers
reli-
an odd combination, but
is
of these
God
demographics.
centrefold,
cone-infested, bad
gious reverence.
the
favourite
Hefner's
M.C. Hammer, Sinead O'Connor,
have
Showing no signs of slowing,
2003
30.
most interesting
Perfection
ing.
is
part about
usually pretty bor-
Besides, I'm not perfect either
more comfortable with
someone who realizes that than
someone who doesn't.
and I'm
.lANI'AKY
II11:RSI),AV.
2003
31).
Number
Bruins hand
loss of
first
by Steve Autio
tlie
night.
season
Sheridan Bruin Jordan Morrison led
all
scorers with 19
points.
The
rivalry'
continued
between the Humber
last
Hawks and the Sheridan Bruins
game that culminated in
Friday night with an intense
a surprising loss for the
The men's
n't
Hawks.
basketball team
Scott
was narrowly
defeated 63-60 at
Sheridan College before a
was very
aggression
want
.
"It
in
going
active inside and displayed a lot
to the hole. "I felt
lumber
down
were ahead
times."
said
the
"I
guess
Ihe
their
game
team and
game
"We
broke down
Morgan makes up
for in skill
what he lacks
Size doesn't
really matter
him
under his
Humbcr
belt,
Ray Morgan
ketball player
proven
has
bas-
size
doesn't
a youngster.
Morgan.
As
a 5'7"' guard, dabbled
in
where height didn't
The
in
grade
has
six.
He became
really
fond
of the game and soon dominated
Columbia
moved
at the
won
other outstanding
In
he was
2000,
presented the Raptor
Cup
and named men's
star.
He
repeated
all
quest
his
in
winning a second
2002,
Raptor
a
in
to
age of seven,
Cup.
known
sport
Hawk's
the
in
who
awards.
basketball
He
free
a tremen-
also
British
native
he finally took the
plunge, starting
26
his
current 9-1 record.
Toronto
the hoops.
And
is
dous force
dream was
matter, but his
the
in
throw attempts and scored
121 points in nine games.
other sports such as baseball,
made 23 of
has
for players over
Morgan
six feet.
attributes
always
the
short guy but
was
wanted to win.
wanted to come
to a team that
wants to win."
"I
was
"I
I
he
fast,"
I
cess
work and
dedicat
is
to play for the
Hawks. Head
recently captured the
dedication to the team. "He
MVP
title
game
at
at
the
all-star
expect
didn't
I
just
it,
went out there
and played the way
I
play.
play hard no matter what.
could be
I
he
it."
me
against
other person or
me
practices hard,
I
It
one
on a
averages
per game,
13.4
making
to
coach." Katz said.
A
student in the Sports
Equipment Specialist program. Morgan said George
Brown, a team he played
with for three years, was
not as serious about
ketball
team."
also
very hard.
He's a really good guy
Seneca College.
wasn't looking for
He
,
coach Mike Katz commented on Morgan's passion and
a
it
rable one.
points
o n
memo-
already making
said. "
i
needed
first
season with the Hawks,
"I
to
hard
Morgan,
He
suc-
his
said.
playing his
lot
game
like that
got
do\Mi
to
Humber
Suflered their
first
loss of the season at Sheridan last week.
and hopefully
we
will
when
it
really counts."
its ba.s-
program as llumber.
led
by
Scott,
who powered
in
16 points on the
couldn't
intensity
the
had
stretch.
"I here are no excuses.
Wc
should
the
Sheridan
lh;i!
of good
We
tougher.
Humber was
league central division.
Morgan
matter.
eighth
match
he said.
the lead scorer of the
Hawks and
With a slew of accolades
a
things. ..we've just
close a
llumber
the
Mike Katz,
Humber squad
in size.
get
by Keneisha Walter
did
as he
drained 13 points.
said
coach of the
"We
won
Humber.
him on the night
Hawks
should'vc
for
Morgan's jump shot
was working well for
to
forward Roger Scott said.
game,"
nine
again played a strong
but
crowd got
it
scored
Ray
stretch.
towards the end,"
al
Hawks
Hawks point guard
Morgan once
The Hawks were up by
left in
but they played
points.
10 points with about nine
stumbled down the
did-
like ihey
who
the boisterous crowd.
minutes
we
guard Jeremy Walters,
cheered on by
lead,
ruthless
as bad as they
seemed to be in control of
the game, but the Bruins
kept clawing away at the
I
of
played hard, but
wanted it." Scott said
was a vcr\ hard game. They played intense the whole way
thr(High...lhey
were
it
Ihe Hawks
raucous croud.
we
got beat b>' the bet-
lllll<SI).\^•.
Varsity Standings
Men's Volleyball
Central Division
Women's
Volleyball
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starring Will Ferrell,
and
Wilson,
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new movie
isn't
coming
Feb. 21 but we've
got tickets to the premiere
out
until
Wed. Feb. 12.
The first 30 people to email
[email protected] and
name another movie
Will
has been in wins a
passes. Winners will
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GOOD LUCK'
A group
nights
wannabe high school stu(jents get tied up in knots at Po Na Na Hammersmith club in London,
have been such a huge success that promoters are bringing the night to Joe in downtown Toronto.
an average
sciiool dance
This
ain't
higii
Get
and ties,
coming to Toronto
out those old
School Disco
is
kilts
Holmes
by Jennifer Foster
Just like
in
high school, guys will be
drooling over girls
plaid
short
in
skirts and tights as they wait in line
in their ties
and dress shoes to get
High school
was
carefree
and
most of all, fun. It struck DJ Bobby
Sanchez when he re-visited his old
high school in London that people
wanted somewhere to go where they
could have a good time rememberthe past;
dance
crazy
place they
songs and
to old
if
a
they felt like
could
get a little
has been involved in the
British music
School
Disco
because
British
for
the
music
the
more fun than
is
"School Disco
nomenon.
nightclubs
in
Britain wear uniforms to school.
"The
is
great
thing about uniforms
that everybody is
ing
on
a level play-
No one feels out of place,"
Mark Holmes, one of the men
field.
said
who
is
bringing
School Disco to
Canada. "A bloke doesn't have to
worry about his clothes being right
or his hair being out of place
because ever>'on dresses the same."
He and Guy
is
is
a huge phe-
Holmes
said.
over
all
"Toronto
"I
and music has always
been popular
in
School Disco
broadened
started, the
include
to
Holmes
"have
a
But
it
has
25-35-year-
attributes the success
everyone wanting to
good laugh with their
of the event
to
mates."
"So often people have
they forget what
young,"
it
kids
and
feels like to be
Holmes.
said
"School
Disco takes you back to the best
days of your
had
little
life,
to a
time when you
responsibility
and
all
you
cared about was fun."
The uniform can be
and
tie
or you could
team or even
a
asked
a basic shirt
come as a sports
group of cheerlead-
Hol-
if
he would
else.
We
4>
Daredevil Soundtrack
I
love
Things To
launched
Listen to the other other piano
man
and
Los Angeles and
head office
for North
Holmes and Guy
the show but a lot of
said.
This past
Year's
Eve.
10.000
New You
people
couldn't get
away
with
wearing
these uniforms at school but they're
a School Disco the norm at School Disco.
London, a far cr>'
from the 50 people that came to
Opening night for School Disco
opening night in 1999.
is Friday, Jan. 31 at Joe (formerly
attended
event in
"The reason it's the most successful club in London ever is
because it's a concept that was staring people in the face for so long,"
said. "This
enema. This
is
a
club scene
is
good
is
injec-
like
an
one for an elephant."
etc
Whiskey Saigon).
but
It
starts at
Holmes advised
to
9 p.m.
get
line.
details
check out www.joeonline.ca
or
www.schooldisco.com.
visit
the
Toronto
Jan.
29-
Tickets
$28,
call
I.
start at
for details.
Check out a difterent type of
movie as The Tunnel opens on
Feb. 7. A gripping human drama
that takes you back to the nightmare of the Berlin Wall, and the
agony of those who were forcibly
separated from their families.
at Cumberland
Canada Square Theatres.
Playing
and
there
Cover is $10
and remember you must wear a
school uniform to get in. For more
early to avoid the
Piano Concerto
with
416-593-4828
people will have to be hired.
Holmes
more
Symphony Orchestra
Feb.
America.
The
Garrick Ohisson plays
Bartok's Third
Vancouver,
in
as
will also be
York, with Toronto as
will run
Do
take our fun
School Disco
Holmes
The Recruit
Marsalis Family: Jazz Celebra-
dead seriously."
tion.
Movies (Jan.. 31)
Johnny Marr & The Healers:
Boomslang
Faith No More: This is It: Best of
like the
get paid to have a
I
good time.
the
First
said,
do anything
New
Under Complete
Season
tion
Montreal.
Toronto."
more
is
can't imagine wanting
this.
Faithless
Six Feet
CD's fFeb.
be the
will
of the club scene one day.
Holmes
a great market for this because
British culture
he
said
When
tire
to
cool.
going to be
It is
the country."
When
majority of students
different
is
olds.
natural
to the
Home Alabama
Down
Igby Goes
Fidel
and
fun art teacher
because of the uniform and because
it.
uniforms seemed
lady
teachers handing out deten-
features
from the 60s
take you back to high school.
for
lunch
mes
age range was 19 to 25.
idea
a
headmasters, although
It
Sweet
4^
Biker Boyz
U.K. He and his partner Bobbi
a night called the Mod Club
every Wednesday at Lava Lounge
Revival.
& DVD fFeb.
be crossing
will
Guy run
at
Video
uniform.
in
There
the
and Saturday
up...
Final Destination 2
would be
guards,
Comins
The Guru
everyone
said
tions.
Sanchez wanted to create a
nightclub where the music would
The
Holmes
ers.
club scene since the mid-nineties in
90s.
into School Disco.
ing
England. The School Disco
of
Get down with The Roots as they
new
CD
promote
their
Phrenology with a concert at the
KoolHausFeb. 1. $34.50
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11
Free parking and cheap
drinks on the West Side
location that "caters to
Crocodile Rock, the newest
addition to the Mississauga
club scene, is a great
alternative to
"having
a hell
of a good time
25-year-old Rosie
Hot or Not?
all
The Mississauga
bar. located
is
of drinking, dancing and
they can park for
free.
light north
a place
"Mississauga doesn't have a
of places
lot
of looking
after four years
A bar with
along with
concerts
music
no
ing
in
distinguished
greats,
like
talented teachers
from
industry,
has cemented that reknown with
its lat-
est artist-in-residence.
Phil
and
down
said
to
U of T
band,"
Dean recalls.
Moving from one gig
Surprisingly, this did not
the ladies
the ideal candidate." said
booked
mal.
time working
groups and one
his band
was always
What
are
go to a school
to
He has
parents.
opened
On
know why
thing to do,"
went
I
seemed
it
Dean
Alex
Wallace). "Playing with
was
He's a complete musician and
the
for-
you crazy?" he laughed.
stage,
Dean
electric. His
Alex Dean first picked up the saxophone in a grade nine music class. He
had played the piano since childhood,
and in high school, developed a liking
for drums. But he is not quite sure what
first drew him to the sax.
"1 don't
same
On
is
sets are
stage.
Dean
Dean
for
is
electric.
His
teacher
would say
let him go and be
he did just that.
so
He
struggled
a
to
musician.'"
And
always full of energy
and he delivers a
bar to
listen to
great blend of jazz
gy", as one
complete high
is
is
a big "ball of ener-
lumber music
I
student.
"He is a really funny guy," Hay
"He is definitely living music as
This effervescent
mixed with a strong love
and teaching has injected
had a great reputation as a trumpet
"My
real
father was a
smart guy whose
passion was for music," he
style
for learning
his students
ed
to
with a great enthusiasm for music.
"1 really
could do that
music
is
I
Alex Dean decid-
pursue a career
headed
to
in
music.
He
llumbcr College, primarily
cooking, so
like
if
1
would," he said. "But
everything
I
ever wanted to
do."
He probably
said.
father,
be for-
nights
include
up Lakeshore
said.
a lifestyle."
lawyer by day, a
to
$5.
Jay Hay described.
humoured stand-up.
greatest
try
Phil.
Dean's quintet.
Alex Dean
rhythms and good-
Unlike his
school, missing classes in order to play
DJ
casual and cover
Kim Hughes, who
The Rex jazz and blues
chef
"My music
is
obvious how much he loves
out to
player in Toronto.
'Look, he just wants to be a musician,
loose night with
some good-humoured
who
grow more and more impa-
let
dress code
sets
If music was not a part of his life,
Alex Dean would probably become a
to
Saturday's
who has been
many years.
Dean continued to play alongside wellknown musicians, including his father,
began
Theme
Saturdays.
of delivering the audi-
n't stop short
came
for the
tient with his studies in school.
to
the music," said
like the fun
affair
doormen
what seems
are always full of energy and he does-
"It's
is
said.
love
line, for
he keeps an clement of
time,
between the two and Dean realized that
music was all he wanted to do. He
a
that the
great.
After graduating from high school.
after,
down-
instead of the usual treatment of
at the
started
Soon
and surprising
Barry Elmes and Steve
along with
sea-
rhythms and
up."
saxophone, but
at first
in quickly,
stand-up.
things
from
a nice change from the usual
ence a great blend of smooth jazz
students and
stalT.
really
is
and released three albums
as two with D.E.W. East (a trio band,
on one. "Alex is a rich resource of ideas
and experiences," Mitro said. "He is
well-respected by
recordings
and big bands.
go over well
not like you're going to turn a
down
>ou
Rock
did not take very
under the Alex Dean Quintet as well
all else.
He spends
in
it
playing with
"It's
ith clientele
I'm-too-cool attitude that most
to
weighed
(paying) gig
doing very well", w
leg-
in
When
for formals, as
,
there,
Dean
long for
humour," said Fdmes,
and junior music students can benea lot of
chance to study under jazz
case. Dean's eagerness to perform out-
from Dean's vast experience.
with students, both
to the next.
when formal dance
son rolled around.
on music.
Cathy Mitro. coordinator of the program. As artist-in-residence, both senior
countless rock, swing
w ith
for the
go from student to
teacher in the music program.
With numerous CDs under his belt,
Dean has contributed to over 100
Alex
Dean has quickly become a
favourite amongst students who have
prestigious.
Wednesdays
The
was
I
Nimmons'
go
in university just to
and play with
lied
I
throughout high school he played
fit
get
end. Pat Labarbera.
In December 2002. Humber's music
program appointed a widely acclaimed
Toronto jazz musician to that position.
"He was
try to
Phil
From
"In high school.
College, renowned for bring-
their ears set
- bouncers always
attitude
inside quickly at Crocodile Rock.
Nimmons.
number
"is
Wednesday's 911 nights(full of firemen and cops, ladies),
Thursday's Watch a Game and Win, Friday's ladies night and
artist-in-residence jazzes
in
of
Partygoers can also enjoy Crocodile Rock's theme nights
you
Canadian
see a ton
said.
over the Peel area and occasionally people from loronto.
from
to
for a perfect spot outside the
by Buket Oktem
Mississauga
in
I
know." he
being kept waiting out in the cold
Toronto area, the owners of Toronto's Crocodile Rock found a
New
account coordinator for
ever.
go"
So
1
their best to get
something new," said Brian Baxter, the co-owner of
"It's
to survive," said
clubs downtown, but stays
town bars give off
It's overwhelming
night of cheap drinks, friendly staff
Crocodile Rock.
way
commuting to the city.
happening place, good music and always
downtown
where people ages 19 and over go for a
and can avoid the many
headaches of traveling downtown.
of the 403,
attractive
the best place to be in Mississauga.
it's
Mississauga's Crocodile
Ihc perfect alternative
on llurontario. one
the only
22-year-old
a
llajicosti,
Baxter said the bar
by Nicole Gibbs
home and where
crowd of
an environment where
is
doesn't feel like
"It's a
to
diverse
Rapuano, administrator for an auto body
llajicosti often
when he
people
laughs that's close
is
said.
shop.
Nick
for parlj-gocrs looking for a night
people can go after work for
The single floor bar lllled with a
women, students and businessmen
Global felevision said,
is
aspects of the business."
dinner and for a late night." Baxter
downtown
Crocodile Rock's Mississauga location
all
"We wanted something where
is
a great cook.
anyone lucky enough
to Alex
to
But
have listened
Dean play should thank him
for sticking to music.
etc.
Alex Dean plays
at
The Rex blues and jazz
bar.
IIHRSDA^'. JANl^AK^'
30. 20l).i
Four time Grammy winner
to perform at Lakes ho re
"He is easily one of the most
famous Latin jazz musicians of our
by Hayley Stephens
The jazz program
may seem
to
the world
- on
spectrum -
be on
at least the
who
people
to
Humber
at
the dark side of
listen to
Timberlake and
Justin
music
time," Christianson said.
D'Rivera said he is looking
ward to working with Humber
dents.
because they are so fresh and open
practice at the
to
who
Lakeshore Campus
genre
accounts for
that
CD
less than three per cent of all
sales
them
offers
wealth
a
of
"One of
come
to
the main reasons kids
study
at
Humber
because you can't get a faculty
ours anywhere else
is
Canada,"
in
who
refuses to
boxed
my
for
of life-hood."
everything
all
my
I
for
made
a
themselves within the
An
open casting
last Saturday.
at the
Nervous energy lay heavy in the
air at the door of Maddison Dance
and Theatre's studio as early as 5
a.m. as hundreds of hopefuls lined
with headshots and
the
street
resumes on hand.
"The turn out that we've had for
the front steps outside equipped with
includes performing
life
Havana by the age of six,
National
the
Cuban
Symphony by the age of 0, playing
in Dizzy Gillespie's band after
live in
Larissa Mair of Stephanie
numerous contributions to
Casting
best
players easily in the country and
some
who
are
internationally
renowned," Christianson said
in
1
don't
for aspiring
stop
there.
Outstanding musicians are brought
in
from
all
over the world
workshops and
do
and three
clinics
times a year, guest
to
artists
come
in
In less then a
week, the Hilario
Duran Latin Jazz Ensemble and
The Humber College Studio Jazz
Ensemble - two of the program's
best - will have the rare opportunity to play with Paquito D'Rivera,
Grammy award
winning
clar-
will
inetist,
saxophonist and composer.
classical
composing
as
auditions
year
is fantastic," said
Gorin
the group handling
Inc.,
preliminary
auditions
prior
to
my
dance
to the
music appeals
D'Rivera
ence,"
many
a
to
play,
all
wide
audi-
"There
said,
are
who come
different people
me
see
hall.
a very eclectic person, so
until
couldn't
something by Alicia Keyes for her
different
mind up once
beat,
he
candy for every-
is
body here."
Jazz enthusiasts can see D'Rivera perform live on Feb. 5, 2003 at
Campus auditorium.
Tickets are available
knew
audition, but
at
the door or
make
she'd
her
audition
inside the
just have to go with your gut feeling
once you're in front of the casting
panel." Friedlenden said of her last
minute song selection.
She says
the
part
1
hiding out from
was waiting
for an
Osmon, pointing to
his dreadlocks. "Maybe it was my
hair that threw them off."
Osmon
at the top
said he has The Lion King
of his goal
"Lion King
and
is
Osmon
said
list.
a great production
to be a part of
tastic,"
would be
it
fan-
said.
he came so early because
he's used facing more competition.
New
"In
York. ..we'd line up for
nine or 10 city blocks about seven
hours before the sign-in time and
still
wait 13 hours to get inside."
auditions are planned for
the coming
future and information
can be received at 416-208-0637. To
mail in your head shot and resume
for a chance in The Lion King, send
it
most important
sheet
audition," said
More
one of those things that you
bum
the cold and that
room.
"It's
his
had to convince three people
wasn't a
I
He
Friedlenden
decide between singing "Fever" or
and
open audition since 5 a.m. on
"I
that
6 p.m. tonight."
Jessica
to
musical inclinations."
the Lakeshore
looks like we'll be auditioning
it
are
music.
really
people of different
races, different ages,
added, "There
but
"We
Productions.
about
all
two sleeping bags and
all
only expected to be here until noon
am
to
The Lion King Casting, c/o
Mirvish Productions, 4th Floor, 284
by calling 416-675-6622, ext.3427.
to winning a call back or nailing an
King
Street West, Toronto, Ontario,
$15 general, $10 students.
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in
Mirvish
"I
The opportunities
well
as
recording
diverse pieces, which range from
praise of the staff.
musicians
awards, and
over 30 solo albums
music,
who you
the city's stage scene belt out a tune
combination
are a
and Latin music. He has also made
the
Britney
Miss Britney
and what you can offer"
Zyrack Osmon had been waiting
Franklin.
some of
Miss
ain't
Auditions are
defecting from Cuba, receiving four
have
you
[Spears], then don't do
hundreds of new and veteran faces of
music industry and some have
even performed or recorded
albums with distinguished artists
like Ray Charles, Diana Ross,
Smokey Robinson and Aretha
"We
#1
Toronto's
call for
production of The Lion King saw
joining
Grammy
in the role.
"If
combination of
a
They
life.
Such a
trum."
All of the faculty have
able
have been collecting
are
almost every part of the jazz spec-
name
.
by Tamara Holmes
have a special definition
music," he said, "My com-
positions
of music
at the
T'"y'"9 out for
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lAUcJI The Lion King
any one genre.
into
company of Disney's The Lion King, on
Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King Street West.
cast from the original
stage
their
man
own music be
his
let
The
"I don't
Denny Christianson. the direcat Humber "Through
our depth and diversity, we cover
tor
enhance
to
The talented students who get to
work with D'Rivera will likely
like
said
Lakeshore Campus
suggestions
style," he said.
cherish any advice from the
opportunity.
perform at the
Feb. 5.
young people
"I like to play with
Britney
Spears. But to the students
studios, the
Paquito D'Rivera
for-
stu-
speaking
Aretha Franklin
missing
is
after
refusing interviews in court about a
possible arson attack on her home,
BBC
Ne^'s reports.
How
she be to find? That's
ON Tower.
hard can
like losing the
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2003
30.
Comments
Critic's
What we read
The Lost Garden
By Helen Humphreys
Harper Flamingo Canada
country estate
in
England during the
Second World War where she
is
that leaves
The Case of Lena
By David Bergen
for the
home
front.
&
It's amazing how a
book so small can
icll such a powerful
Canadian officer awaiting a posting,
and Jane, whose fiance is missing in
This
story.
action.
i6-ycar-old boy
There,
The Lost Garden
is
woman
a
Humphreys
meets
Raley,
McClelland
a
language to
tell
young
the heart of
human emotion. This
own
mother,
who
has
confusion as she
taken
lover
and
her identity.
S.
a
him on
is
Mason Crowe, a
who discovers love
tant
The
her story, getting to
girl
desires
llendal, the girl that
women
in
Mason's
life
Mason
arc
troublesome: Seeta Chahal, an older
is
language and precisely captures the
Lena Sche-
is
of
characters, and the uni-
its
human need
versal
to be loved.
love
Lena has her
with.
own
heading into an arranged mar-
falls in
tries to figure out
with
But most impor-
the story of
a journey of sexuality and
The Case of Lena S. is written
humour and deceptively simple
shares details of her
Stewart Ltd.
and sensuality.
a story about love, loss and longing
posted to a
impulsive, erratic and sad. She takes
a teacher
sparks fantasies, and his
affair with her son.
uses simple, poetic
Gwen
the story of
Davis,
she
Abendschade,
riage, Mrs.
utterly satisfied.
who
charge of a group of young girls
growing crops
you
in
agenda, and
Anna Rozbicka
by
is
What we saw
Darkness Falls
Columbia Pictures
restless spirit
If the
spirit,
What's so
scary
about the
funny,
Darkness Falls would
think that there
is
like
you
to
scheme
a
around
to collect.
them.
kill
by
judging
Sara
not scary.
is
It's
constant
the
It's
few times due
The movie is about the quiet
coastal town of Darkness Falls that
ror
to several
skin a
movie formulas. But
pretty.. .and
your
wear a porcelain mask
are
cover a
that
of two
not
It's
movie but
into
a
With such highbrow
completely
a
it's
horrible
not good. If you're
mediocre. There's
bored and have seen everything else
nothing
at
or
to rant
your local video store give this a
Maybe
whirl.
rave about.
will
it
serve
up
a
chuckle or two Or maybe not.
is
such a movie. The
then on
lost,
adventure
plays pretty.
completely
Serving Sara
Town legend went from
when the last tooth was
teeth too.'
little
a
and Elizabeth Hurley once again jusi
to
difficult
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ed.
my
on
Hashing her breasts
character eerily similar to Chandler
village youngsters and later execut-
get you
set oil'
Paramount Pictures
hideous burn, the fragile lady was
"I'll
let-
fam-
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Tamara Holmes
review movies that
for the disappearance
down
first,
and him sticking his arm
being a granny figure and having to
blamed
a million dol-
humour it's not hard to see why this
movie was a box olTice fiop.
Matthew Perry plays another
in-between
to
him
fortune.
that includes her
her door flashing their toothless
point,
turn around and track
bull's rear end.
by
gums. At some
lars to
offers
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you'll be
embarrassed you did.
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boasts a big lighthouse and a big
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papers.
cheesy hor-
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to serve
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seven-year old can master
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who needs
her husband to serve him
of movie
the type
(Matthew
Joe
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laughter of the audience.
a lot to fear about
the only money-hustling
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tooth
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curious kid snuck a peek at the
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storyline
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Beautiful Collision
Columbia/Sony Music Canada
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stay
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to
away from
you've had a
if
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and piano on her own album. The music is a
fusion of folk and pop that echoes of Poe.
Bjork, and Tori Amos. Runga's voice is sweet
and at times haunting and many of the songs
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Ludacris add some variety to the Hip Hop
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Snoop Dogg
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felt the
need to put
with your signifi-
tone of the disc. She follows with songs like
out another
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"Get Some Sleep" and "Something Good"
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his
flourishing
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the
plainly about emotion.
three
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twang and "Honest Goodbyes" has a jazzy
saw Bones will
flavour. Beautiful Collision
what sad
at
is
catchy, if
some-
times, and worth picking up.
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isn't half bad.
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it
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people
all
you how great it is.
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to
think that
me.
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throughout his songs and has decided that he
now
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30. 200.1
Cash & Gizmos
morning television show
Citytv's
shoots
Number
the halls of
in
Jennifer Valentyne and crew showcase the Humber
apprenticeship program on Breakfast Television
by Annie Chau
her crew to showcase programs such
take something here too." Valentyne
plumber apprenticeship program and the cook (cuisine) apprenticeship program in order to give her
added
viewers a dose of the diversity of
could help bring more attention to the
as the
The spotlight shone brightly on some
of number's staff and students on
Jan. 23 when Breakfast Television
came to showcase the apprenticeship
program at Humber.
Live Eye host Jennifer Valentyne
arrived early Thursday morning with
Humber has
courses that
programs
to offer.
Valentyne said that she would
like
knowledge of
Humber, they're
know
not
to give her viewers "a
what goes on
at
gonna watch and say maybe they can
"people are always calling
that
and asking questions from the
show." and that she hoped that she
in
Humber
at
that people
may
about.
Sara Mezzone, the learning support
oftlcer
apprenticeship
the
for
program, co-ordinated this event.
watch Breakfast Television
"i
every day and
it
see what a great
I
to advertise,"
is
Mezzone
of people are not
lot
we
said.
way
"A
tune with
in
wanted
more than anything,"
apprenticeship and
the exposure
really
she said.
Exposure
to roll.
exactly what stafTand
is
when
students got
the cameras began
Jason Conklin. a student
in his
year of the advanced plumbing
last
program, agreed to
apprenticeship
wake up
wee
the
in
hours of the
morning not only to be on
also to help his program.
TV
but
would probably spark up the
"It
apprenticeship program more. People
would actually get into the trade. If
you didn't know what you wanted to
do with your life it would give an
outlook on the trade." he said.
His instructor Rick Snouden
agreed with Conklin. "The trades
need exposure
I
think.
We
enough exposure and TV
exposure you can have."
those
Valentyne on the go during the morning shoot
show
for Citytv
how
may
Discovery
Chromosome
patients.
from men
appears in four
female patients
advance
in a
online
the Jan. 21
in
of
edition
Proceedings
of
Academy of
Sciences.
it
said
that
"It's like the tip
is.
marrow
the
National
the
transplants
of
when given
from
Mezey 's group searched
research suggests that cells
from bone marrow
to the brain
travel
may
be able to
and make new
brain cells.
This discovery could open the
door
to a
new way of treating
strokes,
brain trauma and diseases such as
chromosome.
occur
for
Dr.
Eva Mezey and colleagues
U.S.
National
institute
at
autopsy from four female
it
young people don't
Valentyne and her crew did
despite
some
last
stop at the
made her
Humber Room
Y
only
Since
all
would have
aris-
to
cells in the brains
cells.
Stem
make
a
cells
could
some day be used
who
could
will
some scientists are skeptical
some of the more remarkable
about
results,
ments
lost to
stroke
...
be using them.
Still,
to
replace neural ele-
such as coaxing bone marrow
stem cells to become neurons.
"To be frank, we have had trouble
or trauma."
which can
of different cells
community
happen,"
Mezey
"Accepting
the earliest stages
cells are cells
variety
give
even be taken from the same patient
"Stem
of
The new brain cells most likely
came from the bone marrow stem
Instead of going live with the cook-
segment,
mised and
killing the
These
can
of development,
embryo
an interview.
this idea is the first step
towards accepting the suggestion that
stem
cells could
some day be
because they
used to replace neural elements lost
cell
in
the
to
neurodegenerative diseases, stroke
or trauma."
etcl
sci-
could
adult
make any kind of
body.
said in
this
the process.
in
cells are valuable
that
compro-
Valentyne
insisted
ment so she could
on taping
air
it
the seg-
on her show
on Friday instead.
damage
The next
cells
cells
entific
four patients.
appoint
stem cells doesn't involve killing an
For therapy, the
TV
was not willing to disthe
cooking students.
in
embryo.
lost.
put into the preparation for this
the process to
in
Valentyne
knew how much work was
troublesome since harvesting adult
from an embryo
was
signal
said she
These kinds of cells are less ethically
cells taken
15
.satellite
ing
Near the end of a very long morn-
row.
all
all
obstacles.
ing of filming. Valentyne
their
spot and she
as an occupation."
convincing some members of the
some-containing
looked at samples of brain tissue
a career... today,
think of
I
promote apprenticeship as
en from the transplanted bone mar-
at
of
as a profile, but mostly
to
actually repair
The researchers found Y-chromo-
Neurological Disorders and Stroke
taken
Y chromosomes
from males.
cells
it
danger of losing
Recent controversy has erupted
over the use of human embryonic
and
examined were female, it
was assumed that any Y-chromosome-bearing
Humber
in
minutes of fame. Iiouever. when the
But most adult tissues have their
male
the patients
Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
the
in cells
hope [Breakfast Television] helps
want
Students of the cooking program
were
own stem cells and recent research
has shown that many of these cells
are more flexible than expected.
stem
counted cells which contained a
New
apprenticeship program.
School of Applied Technology said.
"I
College.
her audience a taste of the cooking
dean of the
the
Humber
chemical
the appropriate
signal.
donors to treat various diseases.
by Sarah Ternoway
is
they could to promote the program,
four patients received bone
All
Bob Moulton.
plumbing profession
the
90 per cent of the work
behind the wall or under the lloor."
the best
hard, yet people often don't see
difllcult
the iceberg,
allow repair of brain
Their work was described
paper published
in
work
is
Snowden
addition.
In
don't get
Valentyne cooks up a storm of publicity for
step will be to look at
whether bone marrow stem
damage
in
cells
can
the brain
and what conditions are needed for
work
mice suggests
Research
well.
that
bone marrow
can reverse brain damage but
only to a small extent.
"Normally, the process does not
seem very efficient," Mezey said.
"So we need to determine how cells
in the blood enter the brain, how to
induce them to enter the brain in larger numbers, how to promote their differentiation into neurons - in fact, the
exact sorts of neurons needed - and
how to target them to areas of need."
Mezey cautioned that there's still
a lot we don't know about using stem
cells for therapy. "If
you induce
to enter the brain in greater
how do you
"Can
said.
cells
numbers,
turn off the switch?" she
good thing?"
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much of
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custom auto show in the National
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absolutely
"It's
Toronto native Ryan Humphrey said,
pointing to Clarion's $2,700 multimedia system. "With something like
that, why would you ever want to get
out of your car?"
The
24-year-old ogled the unit
numerous flashing buttons
and controls, which sits at the top of
the mountain of the world of in-car
and
its
The
Clarion
VRX925VD
an
is
AM. FM, DVD, CD, MP3
let
square block
know what
the driver
is
to
Humvee,
ouflage-coloured
AV8 32 is centred
automated, fold-out 7" LCD
model, the Eclipse
1
in-
play-
LCD
display including
Virtually
sories.
anything can be
integrated with this system.
strategically
and
of
amplifiers
their
show-car
Not everyone thought the stereo
was loud enough, though.
Humphrey and his friends begged
a local radio station disc jockey to
airwave
favourite
that
was being
played over the booth's enormous
speaker system.
"I can't," the
loud as
I
The
can get
DJ
said.
"That's as
it."
five twenty-somethings then
shrugged and strolled over to the
Kaption booth, where the reps not
imme-
only granted their request, but
drowned out
diately
ment with
the
the DJ's equip-
Kaption show-car's
stereo system.
drive the
is
Too bad earplugs
come
didn't
with the price of admission.
Marvel Comics reinvents the medium
by Brian
E.
Wilkinson
ter,"
Marvel Comics has announced
a
new
project called 411 that re-invents the
way people
write and read traditional
comic books.
Marvel
said
loses his daugh-
"The obvious
go off and retaliate.
Instead, it gives him an idea for a
more peaceful solution than the one
response
to
is
others might choose."
COO
"uplifting
as
stories
a
way of
of people
hit
that 9-
really affected his
1 1
The heroes would
writing.
knock the buildings over and
but
now
he wants to see where the
no mandate
is
Jemas. "We're just showing alterna-
comic readers and
that
it
will
[The issues
tives.
in the stories)
be anything from
information and non-violent
resist-
embrace
issues
three-
at the
Ryan
the
issue mini-series will feature a wide
range of creative
X-Men
writer
talent.
Chuck Austen,
the idea
was appealing because as a father it
shows his children better ways to
solve problems than with anger.
"The
story that
I
ested
For Uncanny
worked on was
"It
ily
in
schools.
Scott, a 22-ycar-old student
University of Florida,
is
inter-
reading the final product.
in
seems
hand
to
like
a book
I
could eas-
my non-comic
friends,"
Scott says. "It will be interesting to
see
follow-
with both traditional and non-tra-
be the kind of book teachers will
II,
to
ing any particular theme." clarified
will
choosing to fight aggression with
Beginning April
in.
fly off.
be a
ditional
ance."
comic
fly
buildings land."
"There
Marvel hopes the series
Jemas
Bill
described the book
telling
who
Austen.
about a soldier
if
they can pull
Jemas added
for the
Marvel
series
writer,
it
off."
that the inspiration
came from another
Mark Millar. "He said
added to the busy
on a monthly basis.
Internet users can play solo puzzle
games
like
Diamond Mine
or Tip
Top. Also, users can join the thou-
area
Seemingly, the only thing the
Eclipse model can't do
site
who have
discovered
PopCap by playing group games like
Psychobabble (based loosely on
fridge-magnet poetry). Lucky Penny
Poker and Atomica.
The company was founded
in
capabilities.
sitting
smack-dab in the middle of the
Audio Eruption exhibition.
A carbon-copy of the Clarion
its
an audio
"crank up," the volume to a recent
be outdone was Eclipse
and its integrated in-dash digital system displayed in an enormous cam-
on
into
New games are
Web
who
beyond the point of human eardrum
everyone within a
listening to.
motorized 7" wide
er with a fully
screen colour
subwoofers
Not
speakers
Surround sound
II
display unit and multitude of acces-
entertainment.
dash
Dolby Pro Logic
Internet Explorer or Netscape
Navigator.
sands of others
companies
Both
controls a six disc
files burned on a CD-R.
And like the proverbial cherry to
this mammoth sundae of features, a
from Jan. 24 to
extravaganza had an assortment of
to
The system
show their stuff
26. The three-day
stereo systems to
windows
screen.
at
—^—^—
means you don't need to do any
downloading or own any particular
software aside from a Web browser
of the Audio
stars
off
All
of racism.
of different
nuclear war,
to
can be a number
It
things.
can
We
want
to
show
any alternative other than violence or
hate."
"I think
seems
like
it
sounds really good and
a worthwhile
project,"
Scott says.
Each
issue will
feature at least
three stories and will feature a card-
stock cover and
price
of $5.75
come
CDN.
with a cover
to
work
the
difference
little
lo
life.
"Everyone here understands
it's all
things that
between
a
game
make
that
the
that's cute
or fun for five minutes, and a really
game you can
months or years." Kapalka
addictive, entertaining
play for
says.
Their flagship game, Bejeweled.
Puzzle
Game of
Wanderinss
cent Java, so that
like
functions.
Loud, louder, and loudest.
site.
PopCap
by Brian E. Wilkinson
games are 100 per
major
all
mini
you can
directly
Web
the
off
that
bring
Web
it's free."
features
than 15 employees currently
I
PopCap.com
games
lots
won Computer Gaming World's
attention in class."
he
20(0
gaming fun
of
tralTic.
30.
2000 by John Vechey. Brian Fiete
and Jason Kapalka. PopCap's web
games soon became popular both on
their home site and on partners' sites
such as the Microsoft Gaming Zone,
Arcade
and
Yahoo,
RealOne
Shockwave.
Recently the team at Popcap
moved their home operation to an
office in Seattle, Washington. More
the Year
award
2001.
On
given
day.
for
any
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new
Surf online for
Make
places to surf
on the cheap
travel plans
by Izabela Jaroszynski
ibility."
When
Amid
chasing travel online,
many
deals
on
hotels,
flights,
with
"We
ofTer
some
going
students
many Web
so
not an option,
booking
be a better bet for students.
and
attractions for spring break.
3ul
is
spring break,
through a discount travel agent can
students
are turning to the internet to find the
best
flexibility
during
like
growing popularity of pur-
the
deals for
great
popular
to
break destinations." said
sites
claiming to offer the lowest rates -
travel consultant from Iravel
and prices changing almost by the
hour - how can students find the best
Toronto.
I
budgets and
Breakaway tours
Edward Hasbrouck. world-traveler and author of The Practical
Nomad: A Guide to the Online
Marketplace,
Other discount
Web
booking travel
puts you in the role
travel agent.
it's
San Francisco.
in
to
accommodations,
"It's slower.
Start
as
Is
go
to
to lots of different
don't participate in the kinds of reser-
discount travel
systems that travel agents
have access to," Hasbrouck said,
"which is particularly important for
ing great deals on accommodations.
with large online companies,
to
vation
said.
Expedia and Travelocity. but
also search less
"There
is
a
known
lot
students
sites.
houses, local
tour operators for that matter that
who
are on a budget."
Look for online
of smaller local
hostels, guest
hotels,
to getting the best deal online
shop around.
Hasbrouck
such
travel
Web
sites
and shop around.
ize
in
discount
Hasbrouck
travel.
can
break,"
spring
for
a
"We
Amy
said.
rooms]
the Caribbean, in Florida,
in
sell
started selling in
hotel
rooms
are
up
to 75 per
sites
that
Internet
the
can
[hotel
Mexico.
secret to getting great travel rates
remain flexible
in dates
"You have to be
said. "The reason we
low prices
the
Fodor's. and
Lonely
llasbrouck's
The Practical Nomad,
all
sites with useful tips to
save you time
"My
Bohutinsky admits that another
to
Traditional
such as The
have Web
and money.
cent off."
Hotwire,
and wejust
And our
really help
Bohutinsky. a travel specialist from
sites that special-
recommends Hotwire,
particularly
we
"That's where
students
dedicated to find-
site
guides,
Planet.
secrets to getting the
is
Web
remember
your chosen destination.
A secret
One of the
done through a
out the
provide a wealth of knowledge about
you can make very expensive mis-
best deals online
is
Check
important to
It's
you have to learn
do it elTectively or
takes."
estimates online,
aside from booking your airfare and
difficult,
order
skills in
agents have
travel
for specials.
he said in an interview from his
more
work with
accommodate
for the Flight Centre and S'fA Travel
it
comes to arranging your travel
means you do more of the work your-
home
in finding
they
to
sites that offer
but final booking
travel agent.
"Being a do-it-yourselfer when
in
spring break travel.
says
over the Internet
self,"
Cuts specializes
dent
Web?
of a
ravel
Cuts
airfare specifically designed for stu-
World Wide
possible deals on the
spring
Carrie, a
is
is
and time.
flexible,"
she
are able to get
because of the
flex-
to
biggest hope,
is
that access
information on the Internet will
empower people and
give
them
a
confidence to explore and go further
a
field
then they might
have done
before." Hasbrouck said.
Fair reveals the cost of higher education
One major
by Annie Chau
issue
everyone's minds was
Droves of 1 lumber students
Campus
attended the
North
at
annual
sixth
doing well
make
really pay ofY.
their
Toronto for example. 60.000 students
transfer-
there and the up keep of the numer-
would be
many
university credits. For
sities,
in
was on
how
able their college credits
University Fair on Jan. 22, looking to
a further investment
that
to
ous buildings on the number of cam-
univer-
puses they'NC got. obviously there
college could
in
At Carleton for instance, students
Over 30 universities from North
America and even one from Australia
to
Houston
for
said.
For Lewis, the university experi-
futures.
came
some way of providing
has to be
that."
advertise their schools to
prospective students
who
into what their .schools
might buy
had
to
who
have yet to finish their college
diplomas could
year
to a
ofl'er.
degree.
Those who already have
a
jump ahead a
maximum of a year
Spring Breaic
diploma will be able
to
whole year to a
and a half Similar
were also honoured
credit transfers
other universities
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in
at
many
of the
attendance.
something
is
measured
get the equiva-
still
whole year's
worth of credits toward a B.A.
lent of half a
ence
"It's
an investment
it's
certainly worth
be
in
themselves and
making." Lewis
think the two (college and
university) are a great marriage for
one another
I
realize
in
that
think
it's
important to
terms of furthering
career goals, the degree opens soine
doors for
Going from paying college tuition
to the tuition of a university however
could really put a hole in your pock-
cannot
not a cheap endeavour but
it's
said. "I
that
in dollars.
may
they
some
things that perhaps
not get
|in
college]."
Shellyanne Sherwood, a first-year
physiotherapy
Humber from
came
assistant,
to
Trinidad because she
et.
20,000 students partied with us
Quebec
says her program
last year!
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from
(Optional Snowboard/Ski
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from
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that the actual tuition will
be roughly twice from what
stand they pay herc.l do
our
tuition
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under-
know
that
fees are slightly higher,
is
not olTered back
home.
The
Sherwood will have to
on to university is something she must accept.
cost
incur going
Trevor Lewis,
am an
Panama City Beach from $299
that's for sure." said
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the olT-campus recruitment co-ordi-
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son and student recruiting for the
university will kind of double what
University of Windsor, said the high-
pay
er tuition costs for a university edu-
to practice. It's a
good
etc.
universities
their
money's
have expanded
addition
to
tuition at all in fact, so
more
good
is
happy
field to study.
variety.
receiving
ment to expand the school's capacity,
Lewis said that "[Carleton] alumni
gave us $70-some million over the
ings and expanding programs to offer
go back
of
To give students
worth,
In
Superbuild funding from the govern?
[to Trinidad]
tion. "I plan to
University
be a part of and
her educa-
of the faculty members.
the
field to
course of the
to further
at
be a good
pays well," Sherwood said.
their
Sherwood
with her choice
"You look
It'll
it
campuses and spent more
money on hiring additional teachers,
erecting new residences and build-
as well," she said.
Regardless,
cation could be in part based on the
salaries
I
Michael Houston promotes schooling at the University of Windsor
.
.
.
last
five years
thing."
so we
bump up
didn't feel a need to
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Early detection key to fighting mental illness
Schizophrenia
man who
Toronto
were
he
was watching
"I
car
was
this
away
thought
my
er
would
When
and
after that."
my
Known
watch
are
trouble interpreting reality.
Symptoms
include
Biagio Chimenti had schizophrenia
thy and
for
but
another
hear
could
I
coming from
voice
withdrawal.
social
hits
It
usually between the ages of 16 to 26.
the
is,"
tient
"One
out of every
100 people
name
and
Digest.
The
Federation, the forces of
evil battle
Ft
in
it
(CWF)
representing the
eternal
between good and
evil.
Vaughn and the CWF wrestlers
have managed to make the two
opposites attract for the past two
Christians,"
and a half years.
to
May of
Since
2000, the
out
fans
after
CWF
Vaughn
aren't
"We
said.
back and wait for them
come and listen to sermons. We
can't just
sit
them
use wrestling to bring
the message."
munity
1
States
to
youth
"I
all
other
wrestling
all
so that by
means
to
I
people,
all
to
might save
them."
Music,
You
Vaughn
it,"
said.
Vaughn, 32, of Texas, began his
career as a professional wrestler in
He was unhappy
with the
pro wrestling was taking and won-
why God
have
means
might
I
The
put his
life
on such
of the
way
After turning to
God and
dis-
cussing his situation with friends,
Vaughn decided
ing," noted 2 -year-old Chris
1
with his wrestling
skills.
From
CWF was born.
CWF has fewer hardcore,
bloody matches with one
weapons are allowed.
Wrestlers use
for their
"It's like
breaking out
church."
Christian
rule:
idea. "It
will
Van
entrance themes and
believe, but
IT
what
Nightmare
names, such as
and
Apocalypse.
evil
Vaughn's own ring name
is
Jesus
A
CWF
necessarily
be so
has brought
1
self to get his university degree and
"After that panern of working
and going
to
and
school
to
failing,
eventually, by the age of 23 or 24.
I
had become compliant," Chimenti
said. "I
knew
that
had to take the
of my life."
I
medication for the
new
rest
fitness craze
taught to react to any kind of attack
headlocks,
including choking,
or
points
to
distract
you
to escape.
the
of training introduces
particular obstructions in an attempt
to
level
simulate
real
life
situations.
Students will learn to be the victim
of surprise attacks with the lights
out and even blindfolded.
"Eventually they escape from
to
do
some-
it.
Gerson
attacker,"
trained
are
to
know what
side you will be attacked
from."
Krav
Maga
of defensive
the
and
its
Not
every way's a good way," he said.
Forces,
special operations and anti-
terrorist units.
Moni
elite
founded
member of a
Aizik, a
unit
in
the
KAPAT
and taught the
based
said
"The
very
They're
Joel
head
We're
working
react effec-
tion,
balance, tim-
speed
ing,
Gerson
only
is
the
person
in
KAPAT,
training for ground situa-
KAPAT
In
major component
In
of the system.
confrontation
to
teach
addition to
Gerson also runs
up in what's called
a 'clinch" where two peowrestling and
ple
are
organized
at
on
finish
classes
Centre for
the
Those
ed
of
in
interest-
KAPAT
call Joel
KAPAT
are
etc.
also
Army
training
has become the
latest fitness trend.
can
Gerson
416-712-7605.
Students
at
Diesel Fitness.
ground." said a senior stu-
founder
the
Martial Arts and
90 per cent chance
of the
America
private instruction,
will end
dent
and
agility."
North
allowed
will
on
strength, coordina-
Almost every danger-
real
and
toe
to
ferent.
drill
ous confrontation. Gerson
said, will always end up on
"A
body
from
they're always dif-
any kind of dan-
ground.
intense.
full
workouts
and condition the students
to
fitness
KAPAT
in
drills
Toronto's
"We
to
Gerson.
KAPAT
at
Maga
on Krav
it
recog-
is
the
a
very
military,
Israeli
Israeli military
self-defense,"
is
the
national and military police
nized as the best source of
be able
employed by
Defense
Israeli
Israeli
the official system
is
tactics,
are
Gerson,
"Students
said.
defend themselves
ambidextrously because you never
for
fighting,
"This class
it
way
improved.
condition
his
as a result, he relapsed.
any hold imaginable from any size
Hebrew acronym
there's a
body's head and say 'believe', but
not a good
After
the
good an explanation.
it's
often
declines."
training techniques right to
tions
is
can,
gun
and
.suffer,
techniques
"face-to-face"
it
The "Faces" (good guys) have
names such as Angel and Jonah
while The "Heels" (bad guys) have
a
"Their
said.
appearance
physical
KAPAT!
the
spreading the faith however one
distinctly
their
Mosher
"
or school begins to
It
stage names.
"You can hold
their friends,
work
become
can
or withdrav\n and shut out
two years.
"Nobody knew what was wrong
with me
didn't know what was
wrong with me." he said. "A lot of
the things that you do when you are
psychotic or schizophrenic could be
things that would be going on in a
pressure
What's that latest craze in the fitness
world that's been sweeping North
America off the treadmill and
a fight
uses for justification, saying that
not
moody
abili-
concen-
to relax, to
sleep They
or
trate
at
expressed concern
about the Bible verse the
may
sometimes,
but he put a lot of pressure on him-
The emphasis is on
working with refiexes and attacking
by Andrea Chambers
tively to
Humber
might raise awareness of
He
"|Schizophrenics| lose the
ty,
Though Chimenti was diagnosed
when he was 19 he already had had
Each
also not sold on the
make some
approval
in the
might raise awareness.
wrestling."
rock
is
medication without a psychiatrist's
gerous situation."
Lakeshore campus.
a
could."
I
failing to take
is
Chimenti's medication was reduced
attacker allowing
to
Dusen, a first-year student
instructor,
tor
Health
function as well as
to
Noncompliance
or another.
"Christianity isn't about fight-
Oliver,
Mental
bear hugs.
defense classes
Diesel Fitness.
Carl
Centre
the
at
and
training
in self-
instructor
to blend his faith
there, the
The
used
pro wrestling.
in the
ued
the gym.
Theatre Performance program
a path.
program
there
ill,
of denial and noncom-
pliance." Chimenti said. "I contin-
that
is
various ways so can
in
army
Military tecliniques
possi-
all
Not everyone is sold on the idea
of the mating of Christianity and
hardcore and violent direction that
songs
by
passage
God works
trigger,
a
a misunderstanding in
Israeli
things
all
meaning
books,
reach people one
1999.
"1
save some."
everything, even in wrestling.
as
the general public about what schiz-
people, so
all
ble
is
just have to look for
is
acts
and stress
into.... your face?
become
everywhere.
dered
CWF.
the
possible
that
Christ.
"Christianity
for
justification
things to
fans of professional
have become
Corinthians
9:22 as religious
attract
and
"There
Vaughn quotes
across the United
episode outpa-
for the first
—
in to
has traveled to
churches and comcentres
the nature of the illness
became
first
I
a period
struggle
who
there
always
like drink-
centres
"There may be many wrestling
Rob
founder
Each match
played throughout the show
sage
like a contradiction
terms, but Christian Wrestling
Federation
in the brain,
around a particular theme or mes-
good and
out.
may seem
main contributors of
which usually
MacPhee said.
between matches and
show.
the
Wrestling
Christian
the
three
imbalance
Scriptures and Bible passages
are read
In
isn't
the disease for about
schizophrenia are genes, a chemical
Freak.
by Adam D. Booth
it
,
God
of
to
the
(CAMH).
Schizophrenia
of
publisher
what
Addiction
time," said Bill MacPhce, founder
the
in
in
said Claudia Tindall, a social
worker
two years before diagnosis
will develop schizophrenia in a life-
Wrestling
things
anyway
life
and doing drugs."
lot
"When
we can
much greater," Deacon said.
"When people first experience
clear
tions, delusions, false beliefs, disor-
ganized .speech and behaviour, apa-
saying,
initial
and to intervene
for
psychotic symptoms,
hallucina-
turned the radio
was
critical. "If
ing a
early stages, chances for recovery
a type of psychotic
is
is
people the
teach
disorder that causes people to have
at the
to five years before diagnosis,
early detection
could hear what the broadcast-
I
was
Since many have the disease for
as youth's great disabler.
me.
I
Ontario.
two
hospitalized .shortly
schizophrenia
drove out and
I
was
I
teenager's
kept going with
I
people were after me.
to get
get
saw police oflleers
I
intersection.
I
car
to get in
chance
last
or else they
got into
on,
my
television
me
people were telling
think
I
because the FBI and
there.
that belief that
20, he experienced delusions.
around-I couldn't
all
to the airport
CIA were
from
was about
suffers
When
schizophrenia.
go
37-year-old
a
is
is," said Deborah Deacon,
manager of program development at
Schizophrenia
Society
the
of
ophrenia
away because
sion. "I couldn't drive
the police
Biagio Chimenti
youth's greatest disabler
of his delu-
radio." Chimenti said
by Karen Elstone
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at
JAM Ain
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18
No
id.
JOO.i
fries for
lunch today
Breakfast
is the
meal most
often
bodies throughout the day.
But should you not have time in
your schedule for a sit-down breakfast,
skipped
there
taking
always the option of
is
with you and eating on the
it
run, she says.
by
"For
Lowe
Jelani
you can
breakfast
do
peanut butter on waffles with a
lit-
honey or dr>' cereal in a zip-lock
bag with a bottle of milk and then
you're out the door. They're quick
and easy and most importantly, they
have the necessary protein and cartle
McPhereson
Martina
wakes up
morning with just enough
make it
every
time to grab a shower and
to
her classes
at
Her classes
Humber
uled back-to-back
College.
mostly sched-
are
the after-
until
which lime she heads back
home for a quick change of clothes
noon
at
before
For
lunch,
favourite,
to
work.
••Who has
fresh
fruit
and
veg-
etable.
time to eat,"
However,
says Martina,
if
a
year
first
student in the
found
cafeteria.
"We
pop
and a bag of
between
products
Eating healthy helps to fuel the body.
bal-
ally
many college
may be
students
able to relate, with
little
time in their schedules for a well-
balanced breakfast, lunch and din-
However, nutrition experts say
no reason for anyone to be
ner.
this is
shortchanged out of a healthy
•Breakfast
Donna
deal." says
cian
for
always
is
Kingdom
United
university
it
huge
based
manages
dining
college
services-
including the ones here at
"We need
diet.
Bottrell, a dieti-
Chartwells. which
and
a
I
lumber.
anced
of nutrients
cfTective," says
breakfast
is
the one people are most
likely to skip for the
sake of saving
time." said Bottrell.
Just
what
breakfast,
In
lectures
As
January),
at
points to the cafeteria's vegetarian-
based
which
program,
lerrave
offers a variety of healthy options
such as steamed vegetables,
in
regularly
students that the key
is
to
early
old habits die hard - espe-
bad ones. So how do
we
resist the
inevitable temptation
of
energy-giving nutrients like protein
confines of very tight and hectic
we ma>
not
to.
isn't
likely
to
occa-
do our
fries
parcel of a
themselves are not
by
Matthew Dunn, an
Humber college. "If
said
apprentice at
you for experience, they
just assume that you know all that
sort of stuff, but most of the places
I've worked they don't actually say
ok this is how you sanitize things
and this is how you work safely'."
Paul Mariano admits most of the
it
seems
to be
McFadden. head of the
department
That's
Humber
at
why. he
is crit-
preventing bacteria
to
ical
from
spreading.
The
McFadden said
when they enter a
thing
first
is
the sink, irrespective of
hit
what
the excuse. For example, "oh
just
went
my
I
washroom and
the
to
hands'.
lab
Fverv'
is
outfitted with this.
Even the chef's uniform
ed with safety
Michael
said
Washing your hands
after touching dilTerent foods
being addressed
industry."
the hand.
utensils separate to avoid cross con-
tamination.
lab
on the back burn-
hot
Wet
Kitchen workers need to keep
students must do
think there's a lack of safety
our
bum
towels will
washed
"I
in
two dry towels when removing
pans and pots from the oven.
they ask
chefs alike in the restaurant industry,
dents and teachers identitled basing
is
creat-
mind. The proper
in
chef's uniform consists of a chef's
culinary
hat. a
College.
shirt
added, safety
double breasted long sleeve
Long
burns.
taught in
issues are not only
number's chef program, but also
reinforced when inturns return to
the program from industr>' appren-
from
protect
to
and
spills
pants and steel toe
shoes are also essential.
•'Many
seven weeks
•Having come from the industry.
know the last thing on my mind
when had four restaurants to man-
develop bad
students
when they
McFadden said.
enter the industry,"
habits
For a period of
second semester
in the
spend time
students
work
the
in
I
she
explains, "•fhey
only become a problem when
get into the habit of eating
we
them
everyday."
and carbohydrates, which fuel our
age, a safl'of 120
and a couple thou-
was
safety
my
future
••|
not necessarily
at the
think the industr>
be taken
of and they need to set
"All
aside the
do that,"
to
it
takes
lave problems.
addressed
at
is
If
not being
it's
next
the
level,
becomes a bad scenario ready
for
it
an
accident to happen."
Culinary
students
quick to point out
how
were also
their safety
procedures are not reviewed once
they enter the industry.
etc.
training he received
was
have
students
come
placements they
their
spend the
to
couple of
first
nician for the
you had taught them." For example
says
returning students view burns as a
Humber Room
managers do not spend
time with new employees often
enough which is very crucial in the
"Somebody who hires
has to show you where every-
beginning.
how
done and what you
should do in case of emergencies
that could cause injury or something
more severe to a young person who
is
is,
couple of classes can
tech-
industry
[you|
first
be unnerving to both parties because
they have to be reintroduced to what
Chef Jurgen Lindner chef
thing
"The
school
in
and industry training was not too
needs to
must
that safety
McFadden
one weak link
your management crew and you
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n
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trial
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bodies any real harm.
"French
and
are part
it's
chefs job. Although safety should
be a top priority to management and
no-no's like cafeteria french fries?
is
flames, sharp
handling
knives and raw meat all within the
issues that are not
cially the
the culprit,'"
foods that are a good sources of
Safely
hospital.
sense and
stir-fry,
tells
have
them to the
experience,
er
and a salad bar
have
one wrong move could send
chefs,
wraps, grilled ciabatta sandwiches
various
universities
Humber
Bottrell
Henriques
example.
an
in
For
disaster
can spell
a kitchen
quarters
sional treat
visited
Don
Bottrell points out that the
Ontario colleges and
(she
food serv-
manager.
The good news
constitutes a balanced
you ask?
her
campus
general
ices
unfortunately,
but,
give students the
Henriques.
to get our brains started
morning
the
to
Without proper training, working
my
common
error."
necessary energy to study and be
Still,
in
mix
terms of having right
in
cally
to
be nutrition-
classes."
Indeed,
by Amie Bozzo
and
meals
cafe
the
"From
advertise our
from
chips
the kitciien
first in
hundreds to feed, safety
issues and practices are placed on the backburner
the
in
couple of classes.
tips in their first
Cliefs agree, thiat with
options to be
if
have time to
a
Safety
healthy
Program.
1
more
plenty
students from Number's Chef Apprentice Program review safety
is
lea. there are
Travel
grab
neither
your cup of
Tourism and
'I'm lucky
suggests
Bottrell
brown-bagging a yogourt cup
mixed with granola or her personal
zip-
off
ping
bohydrates to keep you going."
it
is
not familiar with their surround-
ings," he said.
Even
simple
natural occurrence of the job.
bums.
been working
••I've
.
kitchen for three years.
all
the time, but
my
whatever,
mean
nothing
McFadden
lem has
in
a
get burned
I
it's
usually
by accident or
to
serious,"
said.
said fixing the prob-
to start by setting
examples
for
students
things need to be reinforced. For
Management has
example, McFadden said both
ple.
stu-
I
fault or it's just
Mariano
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almost seem proud of their
fact they
to lead
to
proper
mimic.
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country than just great
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and
the
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course
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revamped
course has moved out
showcase
cuisine
Ontario Science Centre
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dining
room
allowing students to
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their skills.
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like
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students worked with
alumni chef Christine
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that
Walker, executive chef
at
The Village Grocer
in
Unionville, to pre-
highlighted
Canadian
products
and tradition. With the
Humber
room
re-
opening on Jan.2l, the
first
of three dinners
kicked off on Jan. 22.
"People don't
know
ly
The
into the
Feb.
that's not the case for alcohol and
Medicine
require a higher degree of certainty,
increasing
of alcohol intake with
Canadian
besides
real-
what
cuisine
maybe
hamburgers
french fries and
is
donuts.
I
in
the
a
better
it's
possible the moderate drinkers
drank more tea,
consumed more
ate
more
fish- all
Goldberg
"The issue
is
nuts, or
factors
of
heart
of associations are sufficient to
clinical
Goldberg
said.
since
there
are
locally,"
the
format
to
physical exercise, and no cigarette
smoking.
judgements,"
"As we've learned
Students
previously
the
participants
18
ple.
The
can
Walker
students bene-
from the revised
program. Walker says
"They get to meet
fit
a
lot
of chefs
every one
first
Emerging
Trends dinner featured
pan-seared
butternut
squash soup,
Brome
Lake Duck Breast on
mushrooms
and a maple-smoked
salmon fillet on a
portabello
year
worked towards producing a dinner for
two people, this year
underis
Now Open!
has
this
ners for over 30 peo-
said.
The
but
changed
and
entirely
is
the
way
different
in
that they
cook, teach
and think," she
"It
gives them
exposure
to
said.
more
what
they're going to be
for
when
the real world."
etc!
in
they get into
other
lower the risk of heart
disease that have been proven to
work and are safer"
Among these other approaches
approaches
are a healthy, balanced diet, daily
said.
whether these types
make
think that careful physicians should
ning for several years
will put together din-
really out there... and
get
Walker said the
program has been run-
and
standing as to what
how much you
thyme
and
potato cake.
think
this helps the students
get
lemon
I
especially
disease,
four-course
a
meal
out to prove
is
that.
of the classroom and
•
would be why not do
"However,
this?" Goldberg said.
Cooking, Canadian style
pare
down-
side, the response with this level of
got the least amount of e.xercise, and
But a number of variables
There
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"If alcohol did not have a
they
the most cigarettes, the non-drinkers
where the intake of alcomore common, you may be
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of disease
intake,
able to find support of a positive
blood from becoming
with hormones and vitamin
The heaviest drinkers smoked
with
increases
used by Mukamal
have affected the study's
results, said Dr Ira Goldberg of
Columbia University College of
in
"If you go to other cultures, such
alcohol on a regular basis keeps the
platelets
there
intake," he said.
the
little bit
incidence
the
drops with moderate
(a
actually decrease the risk of heart
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alcohol]
[of
appears to be a modest increase
span of 12 years, found that drinking
a moderate
level
intake
which monitored the
the
at
"At the zero
University of Toronto.
their glass to a healthy heart.
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