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May 2019, VOL 23 ISSUE 05

PRESIDENT LETTERS A MESSAGE FROM THE NEW AND FORMER PRESIDENT OF CCSAI. PAGE 4

CARNIVAL GALLERY POPCORN, GAMES AND PRIZES! PAGES 8-9

CCSAI FEST GALLERY AN EXCITING NIGHT OF DANCING AND STUDENT PERFORMANCES. PAGES 6-7

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CCSAI CLUBS THE BENEFITS OF JOINING OR STARTING YOUR OWN CLUB. PAGES 12-13

ALL ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIPS CCSAI OFFERS. PAGE 11

FOLLOW US ON WWW.CCSAI.CA


Do you want to work for The Courier? Calling all:

PHOTOGRAPHERS JOURNALISTS GRAPHIC DESIGNERS We are looking for contributors to write, design or take pictures of anything Centennial College. Get some experience, get a little money and get your work published. Contact gmosher@centennialcollege.ca


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Index CCSAI FEST GALLERY Did you attend the CCSAI Fest this year? It was a night to remember with live performances by students and lots of dancing and snacks! Pages 6-7

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Happy 50th-anniversary CCSAI! The current president of the CCSAI Samuel Casais bids farewell, while we welcome the newly elected president, Karamjeet Singh!

AWC’s Olympic Weightlifting team ended the year off with the Ontario Scholastic Challenge. See their results, and read about how spring is a great time to improve your health!

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The year-end carnival was a popcornfilled day of fun and games to end the year. Check out the gallery for photos of the event.

As a student, healthy food doesn’t always take priority. But with Good Food Box, you can receive quality produce at a very reasonable price, right on campus Learn more about GFB in this story.

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Did you know the CCSAI has over 50 scholarships available to both domestic and international students? Read all about the possible scholarships and don’t forget to fill out the Doorway to Dollars Questionnaire each semester!

May is Taurus and Gemini season. What do the stars have in store for you this summer?

CLUB PROFILE 12-13 We at The Courier brought you profiles on some of the clubs offered this year. Read on if you’d like to know how to start your own club, and why joining a club is beneficial to students like you.

MASTHEAD Editor-In-Chief Geoffrey Mosher Graphic Designers Natalia Borensztejn Lora Denis Jaime Muñoz Contributors Natalie Brown Zainab Chunawala Joshua Delgado Rashida Powankumar Jay Ramirez Aaron Rothermund

QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS? Geoffrey Mosher Communications CCSAI 416-289-5000 Ext. 8713 gmosher@centennialcollege.ca

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The CCSAI 2018/19 term has come to an end. This year has been an exciting one for us, and I hope it has been for you too. We have also had to step up our innovation and creativity to adapt to the changes that the government has announced for Fall 2019. The Student Choice Initiative introduced by the government has prompted us to adapt our fees to be more transparent about all the services and offerings we have available for you. We continue to offer multiple services and engagement activities for you to get involved with us. We encourage you to be well informed when paying your fees so you can take advantage of all the services we have to offer you. It has been a pleasure working with the team to serve you, the students. From participating on College committees and working groups to attending provincial advocacy conferences to providing services at our offices, it has been our duty to keep the student’s voices and the student needs ahead of all that we do. Now that responsibility falls on the shoulders of the 2019/20 Board of Directors and CCSAI staff members, and I know they will do an outstanding job. This year (2019) is the CCSAI’s 50th Anniversary. The CCSAI is proud to have served students for 50 years and is ready to continue to serve you as best as we can. I wish you all the best in your Centennial journey and encourage you to get involved and learn more about the CCSAI!

SAM CASAIS, PRESIDENT CCSAI

Best regards, Sam

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANCILLARY FEES, VISIT CCSAI.CA

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It is an honour to be elected President of the Centennial College Student Association Inc. for 2019/20. I would like to thank all the students who voted and trusted in me. This is our 50th year serving the students of Centennial and we hope you celebrate it with us. I would like to give kudos to Samuel Casais, the outgoing president, for his great leadership and to the entire 2018/19 Board of Directors for their hard work in the best interest of Centennial students. My top priority is to bring awareness among students to CCSAI services, events, and other opportunities available for students to get engaged at the college. We will focus on using a data driven decision-making model to look after the needs and concerns of students and to bring new and improved services. We want to make the conversation about the students and to give them a sense of being valued, that their opinions and feedback matter. We want to make sure that students are engaged and feel comfortable participating and providing feedback so that our services and events best reflect their needs.

KARAMJEET SINGH, PRESIDENT ELECT KARAMJEETSINGH@CENTENNIALCOLLEGE.CA 416-289-5000 EXT. 2324

The Student Choice Initiative has brought some challenges but it can also be an opportunity to promote more value in the CCSAI, promote what there is to offer, and spark a growing awareness to help everyone create an enriching college experience. If you have any ideas, suggestions, feedback or concerns feel free to reach out to me, your campus representatives, or visit any CCSAI office. Let’s make this a great year! Sincere thanks, Karamjeet 4


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Welcome to the 2019 summer semester and to the summer issue of the Courier. We wanted to offer you some highlights from the winter semester events, some services you should take advantage of, and a chance to hear from our incoming and outgoing presidents. There is so much going on this summer that we couldn’t fit it all in the pages. Make sure to follow us on social media and our website to find opportunities to get involved throughout the summer. We have a couple more highlights to look out for throughout the semester. •

Health Plan - May 31st is the deadline to add dependents or opt-out of the domestic student health plan. Simply visit wespeakstudent.com and follow the menus. The option to opt-out is only available to students starting classes in the May intake period.

Get Involved - do you want to make a difference? Check out the appointed positions we have available to join the CCSAI Board of Directors. We have Vice President positions open at Morningside and Ashtonbee campuses as well as Campus Director at Ashtonbee. Visit ccsai.ca/jobs for more details.

Transforming the Future - We will be opening applications for more exciting Transforming the Future projects. Applications open July 12, 2019 visit ccsai.ca/transforming-the-future for more information and check out some of the fantastic TTF projects later in this issue.

Have a great summer! Geoff

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CCSAI Fest this year was a huge hit! Some very talented students showed their skills on stage and a fun dance-filled night was had by all! Photography by: Jay Ramirez

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Who could say no to popcorn? The carnival was a great way to kick off the end of the the year with prizes and games. Photography by: Natalie Brown

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SCHOLARSHIPS FROM CCSAI NAME

CCSAI Excellence in Academics and Leadership

CCSAI Academic and Leadership Scholarship

CCSAI Academic Merit Scholarship

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NO. OF SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED EACH YEAR

5 scholarships for domestic students $2000 each 5 scholarships for international students

5 scholarships for domestic students $1000 each 5 scholarships for international students

5 scholarships for domestic students $1000 each 5 scholarships for international students

5 scholarships for domestic students CCSAI Achievement Scholarship

CCSAI Scholarship

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$1000 each

$1000 each

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ELIGIBILITY

• Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.8 • Must be enrolled full-time • Must demonstrate financial need (Domestic students only) Tell us, giving at least 2 examples, how you have demonstrated leadership in your community and/or in your program. (250-450 words) • Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.8 • Must be enrolled full-time • Must demonstrate financial need (Domestic students only) Tell us, giving at least 2 examples, how you have demonstrated leadership in your community and/or in your program. (250-450 words)

• Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0 • Must be enrolled full-time • Must demonstrate financial need (Domestic students only)

• Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 • Must be enrolled full-time • Must demonstrate financial need (Domestic students only)

5 scholarships for international students

Tell us, giving at least 2 examples, what you have learned about yourself since beginning your program at Centennial College, and how you are using knowledge / information this to help you achieve your educational or career goals.

50 scholarships for domestic students only

• Scholarships will be distributed equally across the groups identified below: • Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 • Must be enrolled full-time Must demonstrate financial need • Must self identify as sole-support parent, Indigenous, First Generation, or CSD

5 scholarships for international students only

• Sole-support parent • Registered with CAL (Previously CSD) • Women in skilled trades (non-traditional career) • LGBTQ+ • Live in a designated priority neighbourhood • No financial need required

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Making plans to finance your education is challenging! It is important to be informed and remain in the loop with financial aid that is available to Centennial students. There are multiple options for scholarships awarded to offset some of these costs and ease the stress that comes with tuition, books and living expenses. Penny Kirlik, Executive Director of the CCSAI, explains the different scholarships offered from the Student Association. “Each year, 6 different kinds of scholarships are offered by the CCSAI adding up to the amount of $75,000 for domestic students and $30,000 for international students. These awards are distributed based on certain criteria in the amount of $1000 to $2000 each.” APPLICATION PROCESS All students-both domestic and international are encouraged to fill out the Doorway to Dollars Questionnaire each semester. This survey is available on your home page of MyCentennial. It is important to fill in the information correctly since that determines your eligibility. You will then receive an invitation to apply for these scholarships. ELIGIBILITY Kirlik explains the criteria for receiving these scholarships, “The eligibility differs depending on the scholarship, but the basic requirement for all is a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 while some also require a GPA of 4.0 and above. Most scholarships are open to all students, whereas some are specific to international students, citizens, permanent residents, and protected persons. It is important to note that recipients cannot receive more than one CCSAI scholarship within each academic year.” In addition to these endowments by CCSAI, the college also has a completely different set of scholarships that are awarded each year. The schools that your program of study falls under, such as the School of Business, School of Communications, Media, etc, also have their own donors that issue multiple scholarships worth $1000 to $3000 each. Overall, there are over 50 scholarships and many have up to eight awards given through each of these scholarships. It is therefore very important that you fill out the Doorway to Dollars Questionnaire each semester accurately and keep an eye out in your MyCentennial inbox for your invitation to apply for the scholarships you get shortlisted for. The deadline for Summer is June 15, 2019.

More information about the college scholarships can be found at www.centennialcollege.ca/financial-aid/applicationscholarships-and-awards

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CCSAI CLUBS By: Rashida Powankumar

Q: WHAT TYPE OF EXPERIENCES AND ACTIVITIES DO THE CLUBS BRING?

We have been bringing you profiles of Clubs at the CCSAI all year. We wanted to find out more from the people that run the clubs what it takes and what students can get out of the service. We spoke to Randine Fogarthy, outgoing club liaison, and Loise Gahol, CCSAI engagement coordinator, to find out more about Clubs through the CCSAI.

LG: Clubs give students the opportunity to develop their skills and experiences. For those who are club executives, they get an opportunity to hone in on their communication skills, event planning and management skills, and their leadership skills. Clubs themselves give students opportunities to build their networks, both personally and professionally. For example, academic/programbased clubs give students opportunities to network with industry professionals. RF: Clubs allow students to find their family at Centennial College.

LOISE GAHOL ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR 416-289-5000 EXT. 2682 LGAHOL@CENTENNIALCOLLEGE.CA

Q: WHAT IS THE PROCESS TO GET INVOLVED AND GET STARTED?

KIRSTEN INNISS CLUBS LIAISON 416-289-5000 EXT. 4181 KINNIS@CENTENNIALCOLLEGE.CA

LG: There are two ways to get involved with clubs: First, you can join a club. All of our clubs are listed on the CCSAI website (ccsai.ca/clubs) and we have the presidents and vice presidents of each club listed with their contact information. You can also join the CCSAI Clubs group on the Experience Centennial app to stay up to date with any club events and meetings; they’re all posted on the calendar. Second, you can start a club! Starting a club is simple. If there’s a club that you want to start that we don’t have already, all you need to do is complete the application online on our website at the beginning of the semester. You’ll need five students to make up your executive and at least 10 to be your general members (15 students in total). RF: The process to get involved is as simple as volunteering with CCSAI and other departments. In relation to the clubs program, the first step is to get the 15 full-time students interested in starting a club, then go through club training and finally ratification.

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Q: WHAT ARE ANY POSITIVE EXPERIENCES THAT YOU HAD WHILE BEING A CLUB MEMBER?

Q: WHAT IS THE VALUE OF CLUBS TO CAMPUS LIFE?

LG: Clubs give students a chance to become more engaged on campus outside of their academics. You’ll get a chance to meet students that you may not have met otherwise, and clubs are a perfect platform because you’ll be with fellow students who share the same interests as you.

LG: Clubs and the community made within clubs are platforms to create meaningful connections with others. For some students, especially those coming to Centennial from far away or not knowing anyone, they get a chance to meet other students and form lifelong friendships and support systems. Clubs also add life to campus life. It adds vibrancy, activities, and things to do that are outside the realm of the assignments, tests, and evaluations that are done.

RF: Firstly the constant interaction with the very diverse student population. Secondly, the networking opportunities are huge ways to improve my interpersonal skills.

RF: Some values of clubs to campus life are the possible friendships and networking opportunities. This provides a well-rounded college experience, increases a student’s marketability and gives students the chance to build their skill sets.

Q: WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE CHANGES TO THE FEES? LG: It will definitely yield some significant changes because an extracurricular like clubs and student groups are considered non-essential fees, which will decrease the budget a great deal if students don’t opt-in. At the moment we’re not entirely sure yet what the set up will look like, but we’re preparing for anything that can happen.

Q: WHAT ATTRACTED YOU TO THE CLUBS/ STUDENT SERVICES? RF: The opportunity to create their own group and build in friends group at Centennial and the leadership opportunities.

RF: I think they will assume that the clubs budget will be altered drastically.  

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AWC UPDATE By: Joshua Delgado Spring is the perfect time for a health and wellness reset. The weather is improving and we all may want to start becoming more physically active especially outdoors. A great place to start is booking your annual physical check-up with your health care provider around this time. This way you can start by knowing your baseline data. Your doctor will likely also give you some recommendations regarding blood pressure, cholesterol, body fat etc. They may also make more specific recommendations towards eating or avoiding certain foods, joining a gym, etc.

The Government of Canada has also released an updated food guide that has moved away from the traditional pyramid and pie charts and towards easy to follow guidelines. They say, • Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits, whole grain foods and protein foods. Choose protein foods that come from plants more often. • Choose foods with healthy fats instead of saturated fat • Limit highly processed foods. If you choose these foods, eat them less often and in small amounts. • Prepare meals and snacks using ingredients that have little to no added sodium, sugars or saturated fat • Choose healthier menu options when eating out • Make water your drink of choice • Replace sugary drinks with water • Use food labels • Be aware that food marketing can influence your choices

If you are looking for further details from trusted sources to get you started, here is some government supported, evidence-based material to help any Canadian get started with improving their food and exercise. The Public Health Agency of Canada recently released physical activity guidelines for adults. They recommend, • To achieve health benefits, adults aged 18-64 years should accumulate at least 150 minutes of moderate - to vigorous – intensity aerobic physical activity per week • Add muscle and bone strengthening activities using major muscle groups, at least 2 days per week • More physical activity provides greater health benefits • Being active for at least 150 minutes per week can help reduce the risk of: -

Premature death Stroke Certain types of cancer Osteoporosis

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Visit for more on evidence-based nutrition info for Canadians: www.food-guide.canada.ca/en/ Once you are more comfortable with some trusted information you can get a head start on resetting your goals.

Heart disease High blood pressure Type 2 diabetes Overweight and obesity

If you are looking for even further help, we have a team of fitness professionals in our Athletic & Wellness Centre who are more than willing to lend a hand. Contact Guest Services in the Athletic & Wellness Centre for further details. 416-289-5000 ext. 3511

And can lead to improved: - Fitness - Strength - Mental health” Visit for more info on evidence-based exercise for Canadians: www.csepguidelines.ca/adults-18-64/

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OWL RESULTS On Sunday, April 7th, 2019 seven Centennial students participated in the Ontario Scholastic Challenge in North Bay, Ontario at Canadore College. The competition included participation from eight Ontario Colleges and Universities as well as other athletes from local high schools and elementary schools. This was Centennial’s fourth appearance at the Ontario Scholastic challenge, an event that has existed since 2008. In the end, five out of seven Centennial students finished their events on the podium. The students have been working really hard towards this event. It was a perfect ending to a great school year. The team wanted to share that they really appreciated all of the support from all of you.

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Save money, eat healthy and do good for the community? The CCSAI Good Food Box is all that and more!

Did you know you can get fresh affordable fruits and vegetables delivered to you right here on campus? CCSAI in partnership with FoodShare Toronto offers the Good Food Box—a reasonable, good quality fruit and vegetable box option for students at costs lower than you would find at a grocery store!

FoodShare Toronto is a not for profit organization that works with communities and schools to deliver healthy food and food education to vulnerable communities. FoodShare Toronto explains what the Good Food Box is all about. “Locally grown fruits and vegetables are delivered bi-

weekly through this service that students can preorder at any campus, for pick up at Progress campus. It can be tailored to their needs, such as pre-cut items for added convenience or super-sized boxes for larger families. We understand the role food plays in building healthy lives, families, and communities. This is especially true in the case of college students who are balancing multiple things at the same time, and healthy food doesn’t always take priority. Delivering the Good Food Box right on campus, makes it practical and accessible for them, facilitating a better diet.” The cost of the Good Food Box depends on the size. The small box that feeds 1-2 people for a week costs about $14, while the large one is $19 and serves 3 people for a week.

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You can also opt for a Wellness Box that comes with portioned and pre-cut fruits and veggies at the same cost. The Fruit Box comes brimmed with local fruits and is also $14. Organic produce is also available—the small box is priced at $25 and large at $35. Maggie Kalembe, office coordinator at CCSAI Morningside campus, explains how to place your order for these boxes. “The good food box is available bi-weekly; May 14th, 2019 is the date to place the first order this semester and you will receive it on May 22nd. You can find the whole schedule for the semester on the CCSAI website. The order can be placed on any campus (payment mode is cash only) and is available to collect at Progress campus CCSAI Office anytime before 5 p.m. that day. With the produce being season specific, summer usually has the best variety and quality of offerings. The quantities are also quite substantial—the small Good Food Box being the most cost-effective and filling option, makes it the most popular selection amongst students!” By: Zainab Chunawala

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The RAM of Mars is ambitious, enthusiastic, and full of energy. You’re bursting with creative energy, so now is a great time to work on any unfinished projects. Your social life is also going to bloom, but mostly with flirtation, so don’t take any new relationships too seriously.

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The TWINS of Mercury are argumentative, progressive, and outgoing. You may feel isolated or left out of plans, but remember to reach out to friends. You have been practicing self-care, and haven’t been giving yourself enough time to reconnect with your social circle.

The CRAB of the Moon is stubborn, prepared, and capable. The time is right to visualize your future success and make it into a reality. Make plans to travel, plan a party, or apply for a new training program that you have been putting off.

tive energy is at its maximum potential, so express your power through your appearance. Just remember to balance your spirit and your intellect, so you attract the right kind of attention.

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The GODDESS of Chiron is pure, ageless, and positive. You may feel the need to keep to yourself, and practice introspection. Narrow your focus to specific relationships and keep a limit on accepting any new projects.

The SCALES of Venus are inquisitive, reflective, and fair. You are in a great period of multi-tasking with minimal effort. Plan to be ahead of schedule, arrive early to meetings and keep your energy flowing in a positive direction.

The EAGLE of Pluto is strong-willed, confident, and rigid. There have been irritating arguments with family recently, but most of the issues will be resolved soon. Keep your head up, stay positive, and speak from your heart.

(Nov. 23 – Dec. 21)

The ARCHER of Jupiter is courageous, bold, and sensitive. You are on the cusp of a transformation that will launch you into a new phase of being. If you are feeling stuck or confused take solace in knowing everything will work itself out.

Leo Capricorn (April 21 – May 21) (July 24 – Aug. 23) Taurus The BULL of Venus is brooding, pushy, and confrontational. The LION of the Sun is brave, protective, and fierce. Your seducAn old fear has returned, but don’t fret because you are in a great space to confront and finally eradicate it. Enjoy your struggle instead of choosing an easy solution to the problem.

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(Dec. 22 – Jan. 20)

The MOUNTAIN GOAT of Saturn is creative, compassionate, and caring. Although you have powerful intuition you may fall into a trap of self-doubt. Trust in your ability to see things as they are, keep yourself mentally healthy, and allow your spirit to grow.

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The WATER BEARER of Uranus is relaxed, giving, and poetic. You are skilled at making new friends and partnerships, but you can come off as judgemental. Allow yourself to remain honest while being sensitive to the feelings of others.

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The Dreamer of Neptune is flexible, fluid, and intuitive. The time has come for you to focus on your own dreams, and strategize on your next steps to a fulfilling career. You would enjoy time by yourself, recharging your battery, and practicing self-love.


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