— No. 7
Conestoga College, Kitchener FEBRUARY
Election time for Student Affairs Inside
ident of education.
By Mike Radatus
The new The candidates
with the students.
said he did-
Brad Whiteford, Kerri-Lynn Kit Ramy Michael are candidates for the only position on the DSA executive that has not been
he didn’t need one.
president of operations.
working vice-president of student DSA has ever had. She
work well with
population. to take
and be a good team
makes a speech 1
be the vice-
proved that by winning a com-
to-day job and you have to be
munity service award,” she said. Michael started his speech dressed in a shirt and tie, but said
committed, a team
vote for him, but to vote for
took off his
comfortable so he
involved in leadership,” he said.
Michael asked the audience not
into the job
as he did this year.
should have a say on what’s going on,” he said.
Voting for the position of vice-
they think will be best for the job.
be Mike Harris. He would continue to put the
The acclaimed positions on the
“People have to realize that working with the DSA is a day-
vice-president of education
same amount of effort I
(Photo by Mike Radatus)
president-elect Paul LuQuin in the Sanctuary Feb.
Kit promises to be the hardest
said she has the
as a tutor in
DSA board of directors.
ber of the
“It will all
the writing centre and as a
scenes of events.
to do, he said.
he will be the guy behind the
on creating new ways to He has improve student life. ideas on new committees and fill
Whiteford says he has his eyes
survey to see what they want him
should be able to talk directly
to the students,”
wants to have students
speech because he
n’t write a
looking forward to working
president of student affairs deliv-
president of the
will be Paul
include president, vice-pres-
ident of operations and vice-pres-
president of student affairs will be
held Feb. 15 to 17 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Getting proper assessment a challenge By Tannis Fenton challenges or development disor-
Student unhappy with
DSA drug plan.
Conestoga’s special needs serv-
in elementary school,
run into problems with reading, writing and math fundamentals,
action plan, which
ary students) have not had a for-
he said, adding school boards tend to be more responsive with
Rick Casey, a secondary school transition counsellor with special
needs services, said the assess-
ments are necessary
result, the kids that
mal assessment done probably
to fulfill doc-
have been put in place
at the (ele-
mentary) level and they tend
“Once the accommodations have been put in place at the (elementary) level and they tend to be working, why bother assessing them again?”
so they can be properly accomservic-
es or the learning opportunities project, a pilot project designed to
dents in post-secondary institu-
that (school boards)
assessment completed within the last three years, because it’s hard
finances to really do what they
(for learning disabled
school boards have
lost their psychologists and, as a result,
can’t do necessary
Time and resources have been primarily spent on students are
difficult to handle,
support a learning disability
assessment will be
In order to qualify for special
needs services or learning opportunities project
an early age, he said.
them again?” If
dence of a specific learning
an up-to-date assessment
specific learning disability
not available, Conestoga College
secondary schools to
information processing difficulty
do as best they can with the
knowledge has enhanced,” said Casey. “You learn compensatory skills that make you better in your academic areas, but you
resources they have, said Casey.
average or above average
Generally, students with learn-
defined as a neurologically-based
tries to get
“The child has matured, their sophistication has enhanced and
as those with severe behavioural
documentation must show evi-
have been cut
students),” said Casey.
secondary school transition counsellor
deeply with resources and funding that they haven’t had the
process of effectively
dating the student, he said, adding
Rick Casey, -
and assessbeen sent
better help learning disabled stu-
“I think part of the
Waterloo Region. Proper documentation will help
with specific learning disabilities
modated by special needs
umentation required for students
Casey has developed a
the potential to be (post-second-
Leonardo not up to par in
supports that have been put in place, he said.
having a problem getting
ing disabilities are
They ask secondary schools
send any information they have about a specific learning disabled student,
occurs in individuals with intelli-
cause a discrepancy between the individual’s
records, outdated assessments, as
achievement, but are manageable
well as an outline of the types of
with appropriate support.
— SPOKE, Feb. 21, 2000
Students want representation Satellite By
campuses are being ignored by DSA according
no colour copy or fax service.
The Doon Student Association (DSA) provides these services to
campuses do not have a lounge
where they can put
their feet up,
no nooners for entertainment and
sent the satellite campuses.
Students at the satellite campus-
conducted at Conestoga’s Waterloo and Guelph campuses from Jan. 10 to 18 by
es do not pay a student fee, so they
are not supposed to attend
students, 130 of
212 students surveyed said they feel the need for DSA representa-
dent organization at Conestog
those services, only 54 students said yes.
in to those
The survey was conducted
“We’re talking for them bt not listening to them
events and services.
campuses so the
said, “not that
them but there’s no outh them to communicate with us
identify the needs of students at
events they’re getting in for free.
She also said if the DSA starts or campus Guelph letting Stratford campus or Waterloo
were not aware of a
on our events and
vice-president of student affairs.
student fee that
However, when asked in the survey if they would be willing
Doon students pay a $54.50
pay an additional fee for
ties,” said Jennifer Hussey,
and meet those needs.
“Slowly but surely we can hel
results of the survey will b
presented in a formal report the
or after the
end of Februar
Don’t get a Splinter!
student, sizes up cabinet parts during the
woodworking competition at Conestoga College’s woodworking centre Feb.
(Photo by Walerian Czarnecki)
Fund By Tannis Fenton
number of students new secondary is school curriculum, which was implemented in September
Conestoga College the
Growth Fund application within according to a the month,
to the Feb. 7 release.
government created the SuperBuild Growth Fund, which is a $742-million in
the fund has been reserved for
Amount of partnership
ing already in place.
Contribution to the
Conestoga College would u the
to finance the
of a 25,000-squar
1 00 proposals have been submitted for the SuperBuild Growth
This would create room expand and create new pr
metre campus on a 35-acre
grams, such as a new four-ye nursing program, expand'
According news to the more than 100 propos-
police and emergency servic
years to four.
have been submitted for the
SuperBuild Growth Fund.
program and communicatio programming. “In order for the new buildin
Approximately $660 million of (Conadion
to a news more than
offered in the
and the programs
1999 and shortens the length of
allocation of the fund will be
and Universities news
Ministry of Training, Colleges
^ IBeat Goes On
help post-secondary institutions
increased student enrolment in
being used to
assess proposals are:
number of student
spaces that would be created.
for the institution
ipated peak in
time for the ant
underway this spring,” st Cunningham in the news relea:
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their heels Association not
political body elected by the student body, the Student Association should demonstrate a hardline
policy on political issues.
Spoke survey, students pointed out a need
In a recent
a distinct student voice. Although the organizing movie and pub nights, there are things going
on outside the Sanctuary.
president Ellen Menage was asked to comrecent bank bailout by the federal governon the ment
ment, she asked that the information be forwarded to her before commenting, no doubt procuring a simulated response. It is not the job of journalists to keep officials in touch with issues. When a Spoke reporter contacted the Wilfrid Laurier University and University of Waterloo student unions,
representatives were entirely bailout issue. In fact,
on the bank
UW conducted their own research into the num-
bers put forth by the banks. Their research determined the bank’s numbers had been inflated.
opposes tuition hikes and government funding cuts, yet failed to send a Conestoga faction to the day-long protest held at Parliament Hill in Ottawa and Queen’s Park in Toronto Feb. 2. The DSA says it did not participate because the action day was held on behalf of the Canadian Federation of Students. The DSA is a member of the Ontario Community College Student Parliamentary Association and therefore it does not protest, says DSA vice-president
tuition freezes through increased operating costs.
Harris said one of the reasons the
rising rate of education costs affects students every-
Tuition fees and student debt have reached an average of
time for only black people to cele-
about $25,000. The DSA should take an active role politically and repre-
a time for everyone to
sent their electorate’s voice.
The excuse that they lobby through an external body will not suffice. Students are facing ever-growing tuition hikes and need to voice their opinions in sheer numbers through peaceful protest.
me to know that this is
Black History Month of
school, Conestoga College, one of the
most multicultural schools
have ever attended,
nizing this historical event. It’s I
shame the events, or should the one event which was
planned by the bration,
Month even began. about the event.
for the cele-
respond? decided to put Black
but designated an entire
know February is Black Month and that was the
reason they aren’t doing anything, but they
know February is Black Month and there are still
no events. Another troubling aspect of the
Keeping Conestoga College connected
disgusting the DSA didn’t
both disappointed and dis-
hope they take this into considand do something next year to make up for the past two
years of neglect.
to the lack of recognition at
There were no advertisements
over the world.
new millennium and my
the event planned
could be a lack of student interest
Black History Month
Student executive bodies have a dual responsibility in regard to internal and external affairs. Although the DSA organizes excellent social activities, they must also vocally represent the student body.
ing this college.
hard to believe consider-
African-Canadian students attend-
affiliation issues are negligible.
a lack of student
ing there are a large
universities, causing serious debt for
which represents a majority of universities. The proposed changes, however, affect both colleges and
DSA did not participate
was organized by
a time that
I’m black, but
in the protest
excuses not acceptable
Black History Month recognition at college
to other schools,
such as the
Guelph and Waterloo, in the upcoming weeks to celebrate this month with those of
Why has Conestoga College’s most powerful association, which is
to represent the entire
student body, neglected this historical event?
Only the DSA knows the answer. They say the lack of student intercaused the event to be can-
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Chorale group celebrates Black History Month By Talisha Matheson To
celebrate Black History
Nathaniel Dett, a black Canadian
special guest, Joe Sealy, will per-
Falls, in 1882.
The chorale was formed 1998
Kitchener Feb. 24. Christopher Wilson, a 26-year-old
been a member of the chorale since
“Seeing the performers in the
Wilson says the group consists of 24 people from a variety of different cultural backgrounds and an
event by calling 1-800-265-8977.
that specializes in
range of Afro-
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Students can order tickets to this
the group although
Toronto on Feb. 23
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who was bom
teacher and mentor,
the Nathaniel Dett Chorale, with
important because the pitch and
tones must balance.
Wilson said he thinks the per-
Square will be exciting because the
entity of its
The Kitchener-bom performer
has a strong chorale
music history and
the chorale tradition.
and conductor, formed the and named it after chorale director
Indian, gospel, spiritual
music,” says Wilson.
pourri of repertoire.”
The group’s world premiere performance was in Niagara Falls in October 1998.
Since then the
The Writing Centre extension 607 or
chorale has recently returned
from their tour of the Maritimes and
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— SPOKE, Feb. 21, 2000
YWCA for donation
dent of student affairs, said the
open over lunch
members should moni-
tor their personal calls to try
By Adam Wilson
Paul LuQuin, the
behalf of the
a Feb. 7
LuQuin said there was a comment in the suggestion box about
organized by the
on behalf of
day, instead of
Conestoga College president John Tibbits spoke about applied
ence held Feb. 4 to 6
Street in the
Mary’s Place provides shelter for women of any age who are in need
Last year, the
agreed that they would donate could afford
said people have
cost to get additional
in the office.
Starts this Call for
obviously more aware that
interested in applied
are available at the
and are taking advantage of
It was decided that the DSA would purchase more condoms.
Punnett suggested getting the
There was some discussion on whether or not money was able and
logo put on condoms
DSA awards to the DSA
Lee dinner show on the same
day as the year-end concert. DSA promotions assistant Ramy Michael suggested using any over
perform with Lee.
to bring in
executive agreed to
have a year-end dinner show and
in their budget.
will look into the cost of having
Lee and two other comedians per-
Kroeker, vice-president of
The Award of Distinction is to members of the college community who have made an out-
has contributed to student
standing contribution to college
pate in the award nominations.
The highest award presented by DSA is the Award of Excellence
Award of Distinction and the Award of Excellence. The Certificate of Appreciation is awarded to members of the college community who have made a sig-
nificant contribution to college
four weeks of the
semester, so they decided to have
into the cost of personalized con-
has five events booked
she would look
must be submitted office between Feb. 7 and Feb.
of a year-end concert, the in
more information ext.
She said they received 3,000
Menage, and the new dent, Paul LuQuin.
said Tibbits’ speech
Alicia Punnett said that students
well received and most of the col-
By Mike Radatus
144 condoms on hand for
Nominations for the
on March 23.
$1,500 to have Lee perform.
Association vice-president of edu-
DSA awards open
Teaching English as a
She said Tony Lee, the X-rated
towards a year-end dinner show.
November. DSA promotions co-ordinator
hypnotist, called and
The conference was attended by
lines are busy.
He wondered how much it would
been complaining that when they
school from the shelter.
bus rides for children to get to
lines for office
Mary’s Place, which is the equivalent of one month worth of
College in Toronto.
of help. They have over 500 women come through their doors annually.
Boertien said the
ing about joining
attends OCCSPA conference in Toronto
was no quick solution, but the executive committee would look into ways to keep the
the meeting and were think-
provides funding for Mary’s Place,
Harris also said Seneca College at
spoke about the
year-end concert on behalf of for-
Year-end concert now a dinner show
looks into costs of personalized condoms
during this time. Ellen Menage,
campaign was organized
Menage, where he was presented with the certificate. The YWCA
return decks of cards
the rising tuition increases for col-
the cost of additional
the fact that people weren’t able to
Harris attended a dinner meeting
closing for 30 minutes at lunch
Association vice-president of education, presented the
was estimated that each additional phone would cost $200. DSA business manager Becky Boertien said she would look into
ident who’s term begins
they were going on a province-
and appreciation of
outstanding leadership and involve-
in college life.
Nominations for these awards are
student affairs, said anyone
“You don’t have to be nominated by a friend, you can nominate yourself,” she said. “If you have done anything to add to the life of Conestoga College, you should pick up an application form.”
The awards the
banquet on April
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Drug plan dispute Students are automatically billed for the
drug plan offered by the
The Cross Roads
By Donna Ryves
Conestoga College student
money paid towards
Nemanja Jevremovic, a second year electronics-engineering tech-
nology student, says he doesn’t agree with the college’s health insurance plan, where students are automatically billed for the drug
they pay their tuition.
Jevremovic says because he has
Safe Break Awareness Week
health insurance cover-
age he shouldn’t have to pay for coverage through additional
school and doesn’t have any other
however he’s currently co-op term where he
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Jevremovic says he has been back and forth to the registrar’s office and the DSA. “They don’t have good communication between each other,” he said.
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dents are billed $7 1 .68 for health
insurance coverage. Students in the January
intake pay $47.79
and students in the February intake pay $41.81. “First-year students don’t
they are doing and
know what lot
“You don’t care
about the $75, so you pay the fees and forget about
The college has meet the
up a deadline students
money even though
will hit the air this Fall
Students are given three weeks
beginning of their semesopt out of health insurance
drug-waiver form must be are
takes four to eight
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Feb. 21, 2000
By Walerian Czarnecki The movie The Beach
paradise, but a Nintendo version of
The movie had so much potenbut it was wasted on its star
DiCaprio should have stayed the
bottom of the ocean along with
Even though DiCaprio did pull off some good acting, in a film that had an interesting philosophical premise, The Beach was no day at the beach for moviegothe Titanic.
ers. It starts
off with Richard, a
and by Virginie
at the island,
community that values its secrecy. Even an injured member of the community would rather a utopian
risk death than leave the island or
bring a doctor to the island.
That would be the beginning of
befriending a strange, funny and
the expulsion of the
touched-in-the-head British trav-
Richard to keep watch so that he
can get the
the secret island paradise. Richard
map away from them
to enforce that secre-
need be, especially against
farmers on the other side
himself in an animalistic existence
The farmers, who
of the island.
this situation, in a surprising
visual way. for the
Visually the movie
Thailand’s exotic national parks.
During the watch, Richard loses
an interesting prem-
but done before with films like
Now and Deer Hunter,
probably does not compare
Learning Disabilities There has been considerable attention paid term “Learning Disability” as educators
in the past
increasingly aware of the
individual needs of students.
The term was
book written by Alex
Garland. Overall the movie did not live up to its potential, but
one of the best
and strangest performances
ered was from Robert Carlyle.
The one weakness was Leonardo DiCaprio.
formance, but he really stuck out. This role was not for him.
have a learning
to help individuals
Research has taught us that
Since that time considerable
research has helped us to identify and classify
Oam -2pm Thurs. Feb. 17 Oam -2pm The Sanctuary
exhibited difficulty learning in one of the basic
what a learning
Tues. Feb. 15
1960’s to describe people who,
while having average or above average
academic areas such as reading, writing, or
Take the time to VOTE - it is your student government!
ference in what they are capable of learning and their
secrecy of the island.
1 1 1 1 I
any dope head could
ever dream about, insist on the
they do arrive, so as not to
keep guard over the largest mari-
played by Tilda Swinton, orders
Daffy leaves Richard a
of the cancerous parasites
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Richard
a copy of the
beach paradise, compared
the rest of the world,
two bumbling American travellers he met on the way to the beach. Sal, the leader of the community,
Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, Full
Monty). Daffy speaks about a perfect
in certain areas.
disabled students do well in College
and University programs given the
are tests and procedures that can help
identify the exact nature of the disability.
are strategies that can be used to help
a learning disability.
everyone has different leaning
learning disabilities are
marked areas of difficul-
A Message from and
Needs Office (Room 2A109)
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Conestoga wins one, loses one
5 days/40 hrs.
and second periods. The first goal for Conestoga was scored by Jay Funston at the end
Conestoga’s extramural team didn’t make it past their second
game during tournament
a one-day extramural
(April 3-7, 2000)
Sheridan scored twice in each of
With one minute remaining
the third period,
coach of Conestoga’s team, pulled the goalie to allow an extra player
dence). 1000s of jobs avail-
The Conestoga team started the day with an 8 a.m. game against
course (or by correspon-
of the second period.
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Mohawk College. At the end of the third period the was tied 2-2. Both of Conestoga’s goals were scored in score
two minutes of the second
assisted by tie
Adam Ward. was broken, in a
Conestoga’s shots went
only managed to score
This brought the final score 3-2 for Conestoga in their
Conestoga took at
2 p.m. for Sheridan
(Photo by Sherri Osment)
and intermediate (open age
group). To play or coach/manage or for more
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“The guys were out the
for our junior aged (18-23)
Conestoga player Mike Potter goes after the puck to keep out of Conestoga’s end during the extramural tournament on Feb. 1 1
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empty net. With the 5-1 loss to Sheridan, Conestoga was eliminated from
Conestoga team’s defence to score their fifth and final goal on the
night and were not thinking about
Sheridan managed to get past the
by Kurt Mahon and Paul
Brown. The second goal for Conestoga was scored by Bob Gillow. He was
Angel’s Ladies Softball
was Conestoga’s scored by Joe Shumka. He was goal
the coach (Traynor)
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game,” said Traynor, who
added he should have stayed in bed for the second game. “It was a fun time, the coach (Traynor)
defence player Paul Brown.
fun to play with a bunch of guys that
just see in the
tournament was played
The championship game of
campus and Seneca’s
halls at school.”
score of 2-1.
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