— No. 13
Conestoga No. By Laura Czekaj
Results from the survey indicate
But shares ranking with
improved on a whole compared to last year’s rankings. Mullan said there are a number of that colleges
Conestoga College has retained its No. 1 status in the Key Performance Indicators survey,
shares the No.
Confederation College in Thunder
Even though Conestoga placed No. in
at Call the Office.
did not place
any of the four surveys
services and facilities.
February surveyed students, graduates
Results from the survey
in the top tier of
Confederation College, with both
Loyalist College in Belleville
in third with
an 85.25 average and
The annual independent surveys of Ontario’s 25 community colleges
Simcoe with an
are conducted to establish account-
Conestoga achieved 91 per cent graduate employment, the second
and excellence benchmarks
consecutive year of performance
called key performance indicators.
above 90 per
satisfaction survey 84 per cent of respondents were “very satisfied/sat-
consist of 95 mutual
five college-specific questions
which marks an eight per
by 12 showing 90
per cent from
per cent of Conestoga employers
data from last year’s survey,” he
cent increase from last year.
“Colleges have improved with
77 per cent of respondents said they were “very In student satisfaction
Conestoga also ranked No.
more comfortable with
the second time around.”
Conestoga president John Tibbits said in an April 5 press release, “I
pleased with the results.
which is positive for the tem and the students we
tions, said in
an interview the col-
very happy with the results
happy with the to last year,”
to analyze the
results of the survey to
where students want the college improve. He said this will be done
by analyzing the surveys according to semester, program and question.
to Condors soccer team
step for the
according to Mullan,
of the survey.
closer than last year,
per cent) and quality of facilities
finance and administration opera-
that the rankings of the top colleges
the areas of quality of services (75
and resources (78 per cent). Kevin Mullan, vice-president of
possibly because employers are
tent with last year’s results.
“Graduate satisfaction and
By Mike Radatus
blows Sonics away. F*VGE8
The Doon Student Association its name in
has decided to change
an attempt to better serve students of
Conestoga College cam-
Conestoga College president John the technology
Tibbits presents the
The DSA donated $84,000
The board of
with a plaque for their contribution to
to the addition. (Photo by Mike Radatus)
for a project
would help the students of Conestoga College.
John Tibbits presented the
Star jeopardizing campus newspapers.
to the college for
March 29. The DSA donated $84,000 to the college, which was broken down into two instalments, $42,000 this
year and $42,000 next year.
province funded $3.6 million leav-
The expansion, which opened
classroom space, an enlargement of
Conestoga College requested the
match the college’s
ed $30,000 for a DJ booth
college’s request for a grant
from the 99
stated that in 1998-
had an application that
focused on serving students of
cations for each available seat in a
The need for funding is a result of employer demand in highdemand programs that far exceeds
It will cost the DSA between $300 and $400 to design a new logo to go with the new name. The board also decided to rework
budget to include replacing
the college’s current ability to pro-
duce a significant number of grad-
items that have a
and a reconfiguration of
anticipated shortfall of the provin-
items with the
college asking for $150,000, or an
DSA said the
to donate the
receives such requests
Conestoga Student Association, Federation of Conestoga Students and Conestoga Federation of
ment, dollar for dollar, up to the
ment and enhancement of comput-
ing space to provide for an enlarge-
order to show that the
ing a shortfall of $300,000.
with a plaque for their grant to the
August 1999, consists of additional
for grants each year.
By Mike Radatus
directors voted to
change the DSA’s name to Conestoga Students Incorporated (CSI) on March 29.
The population growth
The old items
Waterloo region will also increase
demand by ming at the
students for programcollege, said the appli-
Menage using the
new CSI will
logo with logo.
be given as
auctioned off to stu-
new name May
will start 1
— SPOKE, April
Students’ voice stifled by Star Star has invaded Wilfrid Laurier University and, as a result, the student newspaper’s future is in jeopardy. WLU’s newspaper, the Cord, is at risk because the university is nego-
distribute free tiating a deal with the Star, permitting the Star to
campus on a
realm of Student newspapers are enraged at the Star’s intrusion into the campuses and they should be because the monstrous daily is circulation taking readers from student papers in order to boost its own university
WLU management are allowing themselves to be blinded by the Star s locatimportance and as a result they are failing to protect the resources ed on their own campus, namely the student newspaper. president, said during a recent interview that Dr. Bob Rosehart,
there is an academic benefit to having the Star
on campus and
not a threat to the student newspaper.
doesn’t Sarah Schiefer, editor-in-chief of the Cord, says the president paper. appreciate the fact that the Star’s presence will harm the student The Cord fears that the Star’s presence on campus will cause a drop in and a possible loss of advertising revenues should the Star circulation
print split-run issues, issues that include
They Student newspapers are the manifestation of the students voice. also can inform students of entertainment and upcoming events, but they tuition to housfrom everything about concerns their express let students ing to food in the cafeteria. could The Star may have its finger on the pulse of the nation, but they written by stunever effectively express the students’ voice, as a paper
dated Dec. original contract between the school and the Star was commit1999 and was negotiated by the advertising and sponsorship the However, representatives. student and faculty of tee that is composed not involved students on the committee from student publications were were they made aware of meetings with the Star. The student paper
was only made aware of the “I’m appalled
at the university
on March 15, according to Schiefer. and the students’ union,” she said. "I’m
disheartened to think that we aren’t being garnered the respect we deserve, especially leaving us out of the loop.” Although the Cord receives supplements from the student union, the newspaper is in the process of turning to outside advertising to provide revenue. Their fears are well founded, according to Yaron Blanc, editor-in-chief of Excalibur, York University’s newspaper.
Blanc said the Star has been giving away newspapers at York since September where the student newspaper was also excluded from negotiout of ations with the Star. Excalibur, which is the primary student paper presence will the 12 papers on campus, is waiting to see how the Star’s
Goon squad Tough guys
affect Excalibur’ s circulation rates.
Blanc added that the Star’s racks give them an unfair advantage.
“They come on campus with these huge, monster, big blue racks and the it’s more accessible, but for us we kind of get lost in they shuffle,” he said. “They were using York as a springboard and if were successful here they were going to go all over.” for the students
Excalibur staff has looked into possible legal angles with results pendstudents ing. They are also attempting to purchase big racks to entice the to pick
Excalibur and the Cord aren’t alone in their fight; Ryerson Polytechnic University has battled the Star in the past and won, for the moment. Liane McLarty, general manager of the Eyeopener, one of Ryerson’s
Star’s ambitious attempt to steal advertisers
and circulation from newspaper
appalling. If the student
Ontario’s university newspapers is their opindies, students’ will be without a vehicle in which to express ions and concerns.
be only a matter of time before all student newspapers are fightstudents will ing for their lives and if the Star succeeds in its takeover, the be the ones that suffer. It
Jaromir Jagr of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Star players have always had
Simon is the team’s tough guy, amassing close to 150
their “guardian angels.”
above just fighting,
through fierce checking in the corners to drawing retaliatory penalties against the other team’s heavy-
This dual role
can elevate their play
just as valu-
able as the team’s superstar.
prime example of a goon
one of the main
During Wayne Gretzky’s heyday
Oilers, in the
NHL’s insticame in form of Dave Semenko, a mon-
early 80s, prior to the
Caps are leading their division and are second in the
gator rule, his protection
Tough guys have seen their in the game change over the
twice about taking liberties on star players, such as the late-season mugging of star right-winger
teams unable to police themselves. There has to be an on-ice
defenceman who could bare-
Domi has worked on his skating over the past few seasons to develop into one of the Toronto Maple
regarding the instigator rule.
mous, however. Semenko was one of the toughest guys in the league
in those days.
Leafs’ faster skaters, a skill which has led to numerous penalties
vating his play
WLU were made, but none of the calls was
in the season.
In addition to being the Caps’
fiercely debated because
leading goal scorer, currently more of a threat than perennial all-star
approved papers are allowed to be distributed for free on campus. She added that administration is currently in the process of amending the clause and that the Eyeopener staff believes the Star will surface on campus by next fall. The Eyeopener is mainly funded by advertising and the concern is that to contact the Star concerning their presence at
His previous season high was but
advertising revenue will dry up.
student papers, said the Star attempted to distribute on campus in August student govlast year, but they were thwarted by a clause in Ryerson’s ernment constitution. The clause says only campus papers and other
valuable part of
with brute force
of rugged Washington Capitals left-winger Chris Simon who is on pace for a 30-goal season. He had 29 goals as of April 2 with
being called against Leaf opponents because Domi has learned to
keep his feet moving all the time. My Leaf bias aside, the biggest surprise this year may be the play
few years due instigator
player initiating a fight
immediate ejection from the game. Facing such stiff rules, NHL tough guys have had to step up their games like Domi and Simon
guarantee you that the winner of
But he’d never make it in the league today due to his one-dimen-
mainly funded from September to May by the Doon The views and opinions expressed newspaper do not necessarily reflect the views of is
Student Association (DSA).
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By Donna Ryves
lawyers and insurance investiga-
Journalism and paramedic stu-
The trials and inquest are follow-up exercises to a mock motorcycle accident held on cam-
dents and employees at the Roost
The criminal 4 started
held on April
10 a.m. and ran until 3
were narrowed so
Trial issues trial
length was shorter than
Both the coroner’s inquest and civil trial will
The inquest at
be held on April
trial will start
p.m. and run until 4 p.m.
included five resource lawyers.
in criminal consulta-
and two aided
Heather Main, a part-time facul-
dations and a lawyer
tising civil litigation, acted as a
resource person for the exercise.
Druar was the driver of the motorcycle
negligence causing death.”
legal limit for intoxication.
In real life, the
Impaired driving causing death
result in a prison sentence
negligence causing death would earn any amount of driving prohibition and/or life imprisonment.
The exercise not only teaches
the process of their
job works, but also improves the
planning and organization of the
program by finding out where the
“The point of the criminal trial is not to test the students’ knowledge of law, nor is it to teach them law,”
“There are things that can’t be taught in a classroom,”
“The students are learning
the different skills
courses are used in various roles.”
a real-life attitude,
Other roles were played by
they have been learning in their
“They are learning a whole
individually and as a group,” she
by Rebecca Dougherty, a secondyear LASA/police foundations stu-
dent. Sarah Pooley, a second-year
dents prepared reports and inter-
played the criminal defence lawyer
investigators had to prepare back-
ground reports for
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Participants in the criminal trial
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from 9 a.m.
12 p.m. and the 1
of their involvement in the
and was charged with “criminal
were potential witnesses because
dent, played the person charged.
p.m., with a break for lunch.
inquest are being staged by the
bers, clerks, bailiffs, constables,
college’s law and security administration/police
Other roles included jury
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— SPOKE, April
Local 238 presents
Achieve a great degree of success
Randall, vice-president of the sup-
By Donna Ryves
leaving your job.
port staff union local at Conestoga.
post-diploma Athabasca University, Canada s leader in distance education, offers Information Computing Communication, Administration, bachelor degrees in Science. Systems, Criminal Justice, Human Services, Nursing, and
Ontario Public Service Employees represents which Union,
and have work experience
Non-formal education or training and/or significant work
$13.14 and goes to $25.81.
the bargaining team.
bargain for a higher percent-
“The biggest issue for everyone is an
Technology (CAAT). The union is in the process of
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Dan Randal! vice-president of the
Conestoga, was one
of seven members elected to
support staff union at Conestoga College
Wallace, president of the
Other demands include improved
The other six members elected came from George Brown, Fanshawe, Sir
the bargaining team.
Canadas ft pen University
in the layoff article,
“This is not a huge concern at Conestoga, but affects the colleges
got a good balance of people
union Conestoga a
TUTORS AND HOSTS HELPED MANY STUDENTS THIS SEMESTER FROM ALL PROGRAM AREAS
and medical benefits for
members and retirees. The demands also
Confederation and Cambrian col-
to represent us,” said
PEER TUTORS AND PEER HOSTS DESERVE A THANK-YOU! !!
Council of Regents, representing
three to eight per cent
pay increase. However, other locals
represents about 15,000
local is asking for
The Conestoga a
negotiating a province-wide agreement for support staff with the
experience in the field
the hourly pay range
in the field
the current contract for
demands for a new contract on March 4 and 5. The agenda included prioritizing demands and electing members for
academic and support
You can apply for admission to all • A two- or three-year college diploma in a related field You can apply for admission to some programs if you have: • A prior degree, or have completed two years of university if
an increase in
toward Your two- or three-year diploma could put you half-way or better
Conestoga College’s support staff, attended a conference in Toronto to
issue for everyone
of Local 238 of the
the career and These bachelor degrees have been developed in response to that the lack of a find cases, many in who, professionals advancement needs of as quickly as degree prevents them from progressing in their fields as far or
your earning Increase your marketability, advance your career, and improve selfpower with a university degree that builds on your college diploma... a without home-study, through time own your on earn paced degree you can
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Ruth Jensen, the
who also attended “We got the get-in-
number of vacation
days. Currently, a person with one
your-face type to bargain for us and
to six years experience receives 15
the reasonable type as well.”
vacation days while a person with
The bargaining team will meet in April to prepare demands which will be proposed in May. The cur-
20 years receives 27. Education and training is also a priority. Employees are also asking to receive training and retraining
rent contract runs out at the
and for reduced
wages, benefits, job security, vacation
rates for family
members who take part-time college courses. They are also asking
books and supplies be paid
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The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce held its 2000 Career at Conestoga College on March 29. The event, which took place in
1k % a Second Language \
Teaching English as
Service and Conestoga College nursing, robotics and post-second-
ary education programs.
The fair gave students from elementary and secondary schools the chance to enquire about career
About 2,000 students from the Cambridge area were in attendance.
were Preston high
Joseph elementary. Conestoga College and Human Resources Development Canada sponsored the event and CHYM/News Talk 570 provided commentating and music.
Dan Valkos tells the future of Nicole Waugh, a fourthsemester LASA/Police Foundations student, during free psychic readings held in the Sanctuary on March 30.
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Help with the successful orientation and registration of incoming students Conestoga College during orientation week
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POSSIBLE JOB POSITIONS INCLUDE:
By Laura Czekaj
tests are also available as a
some courses and
study tool in
Shawna Bernard, adviser
a learning skills
students in on a secret.
With exam week coming up April 24 to 28, Bernard said studying guarantees better results than
the night before. “Students can leave it to the last minute,” she said, “but cramming is inefficient.
She said one of the things she addresses in her workshops is steps to achieving effective study habits.
Providing directions and information
Another form of planning ahead
Distributing orientation materials
is to take care of basic needs like sleep, exercise, eating well and avoiding caffeine, said Bernard. She adds that time management is very important when it comes to
Assisting with a variety of line-ups for services
Assisting with photo I.D.
they can get help
from student services. She said students can book an appointment with a counsellor to be assessed, then get a referral to a
prioritize according to
what is most
review an active learning procedure.
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She suggests preparing early for exams by attending tutorials, asking the instructor for help or asking students
who have previously taken
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Bernard emphasized the need to plan ahead for an exam by using students
various registration tables
THIS IS A PAID POSITION
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to create a schedule
for yourself,” she said.
for a test
have poor study
for students to
brain can’t handle
much.” Bernard is conducting workshops that focus on studying on April 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and on April 12 from 12:30 p.m. to
get together in study groups.
“Start studying now,” she says.
skills are also available
Wed* April 1 2th
UP AT DSA OFFICE
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— SPOKE, April
By Laura Czekaj
student service volunteer programs.
services will be paying tribute to
Plaques, certificates and letters of
dedicated to recog-
made by Melissa
Turner, peer services administrator. “It’s
thank them,” she said. nizes
dents to help students.”
Chris Annett of Clari
receive no pay. Currently there are eight to 10 hosts in total
are either to
Peer hosts will be further recognized the
made by peer hosts to new hosts to sign up. Shawna Bernard, a learning
adviser with student servic-
said the purpose behind peer
to the college or
to provide support
resources in the college and the
an opportunity to practise
area,” she said.
Hosts are expected to contact
include student services dis-
their student at least
and each host
Door a way to
advertise services and give poten-
and hosts a chance to
once a week
of one student per semester.
Also, a reception will be held in the blue
friendship to students from other
Events being held during the
Volunteer week, which runs from
Peer hosts are volunteers
vide orientation to students
courses in such areas as writing
during the reception.
will be given to the tutors
April 9 to 15, solely focuses on the
100 paid tutors
Peer tutors receive $9.50 per hour for
to peer host,” Turner said.
recommendation from faculty, deans and program co-ordinators
Peer Appreciation Week, April 3-7.
for us will
peer tutors and peer hosts during
nizing the contribution
speak on the experience and what
from 4:30 p.m.
on April 6
to 6:30 p.m.
Bernard said there were 22
dents in need of a host and only eight hosts available this year.
reception will feature guest speakers, Kevin Mullan, college
dent volunteers,” she said. “It’s a great opportunity for students to
administration operations, and for-
get volunteer experience for their
— SPOKE, April
delivers a piercing
By Ray Bowe
alcohol and other toxic substances. In addition to being
The raw power Snapcase produces a live show contagiously seeps into the crowd of moshing kids. The spotlight flashes illuminate the pitch black area as the two
break into an ultrariff to start the show.
Coupled with methodical drumming and the iron lungs of the vocalist, it was one of the most intense
positive role models, their
the best bands, live or recorded,
around right now. The downside to the new album its
Automation, the band’s third
included Los Angeles’
by Law, a seasoned punk quartet. Mustard Plug instilled horns into their ska-sound with a trumpet
were awful not only in sound, but in dress. They donned tacky uniforms, possibly to draw
away from their songs. But none of that mattered once Snapcase took to the venue’s
small stage. In the darkened room, the
band with the
out with Target, the premier track
a mere 30 minutes.
on the new album. Snapcase mixed up
heavy sound of the night, but still managed to provide a good show with
and poppy young New blasted the crowd
Disconnector pinnacled with
By Sherri Osmefrt
a movie packed with fast cars, martial arts and humour is on the agenda, Romeo Must Die delivers
drumming of and
seems he never misses a beat. release, 1997 Snapcase’s Progression Through Unlearning, was heralded as one of the best albums of the year. Many saw it as
advantage to both. There
band easily equals the hard
travels to California to
in the future.
Of course happy with seems
the edge of their seats. Despite the title there are no
Trish, but this is a
keeping the scene positive and a straight-edge lifestyle free of
have a way to find her
With many amazing martial arts fight scenes, a few explosions and car chases, the movie should keep any action lovers on
his daughter spend-
fall in love.
ing her time with Han.
The two of them
events that led to their brothers’
One of the possible reasons for the new sound may be the addition of new bassist Dustin Perry on this album. Former bassist Bob
seeing in the theatre
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Frank Vicario, blaring in sweet
killed shortly after.
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guitars of Jon Salemi and
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dedication to their music.
sound toward a more hard rock
make a deal that will be an
enough examples of uncertain loyalty and outright back-stabbing to
gangs have an uneasy
achievement to top. However, the band has responded with the same hard work ethic and a
Automation, released on Victory Records, Snapcase have moved slightly away from the hardcore
so they could scream along.
and a trombone. Fresh out on tour promoting their new album Designs for
played by Jet Li (Lethal
with their super-fast dueling gui-
band members rocking out on stage. The singer was nearly gobbled up by the crowd as he held the microphone over top of them
edge of previous albums and there’s no sign of letting up. Expect Snapcase to be making
albums, but stuck mostly to newer
feedback before beginning its mighty thrashing. The vocalist leapt into the air as the band broke
only clocks in
length album, boasts 11 tracks,
London’s Call the Office on March 20 as part of the SnoJam music festival, a $13 ticket. Other bands on the at
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Super Condors cream Sonics 7-0 0 By
The Condors scored a 7-0 win over
Sonics during the Conestoga
women’s soccer league quarter-finals on March 27 at the College
Conestoga College recreation cen-
of a sexual nature imposed by one person
small percentage of survivors of sexual assault are adult men. Most
with the fear of becoming the victim of sexual assault.
The Condors scored four times in the first half. The ball was in the
Most people believe parking
Condor’s possession for most of the
that sexual assault
or dark alleys. However,
homes or by men who
"dangerous" places such as
more than half of all sexual are
game, but even when the Sonics had
are less likely to report these assaults or to be believed, although assaults taking
the ball they weren’t able to score.
place under these circumstances are no less criminal than those committed by
goal was scored by Jen
Courtney bounced the
ball off the
fourth goals were
Sirio scored the seventh goal.
be raped. This
These myths blame
beginning of the
Some men women secretly
right to say no.
who commit sexual assaults are responsible for these crimes, not their victims. What a woman wears, where she goes, what she drinks or who she talks to does not mean she is inviting sexual assault or giving up her right to say no.
and sixth goals were scored
by Angela Papazotos. Diane
want or deserve
both scored by Danielle Sirio, while
which are more important believe that
when a man thinks his desires are more important By using pressure or force, the attacker imposes his wishes,
sexual assault happens
wall beside the Sonics’ net.
The second and
has been sexually assaulted, while a
Any w'oman of
the victim for the crime, not the offender.
any situation can be sexually attacked.
not her fault.
you know someone who has been sexually assaulted, listen to her. Let her that it was not her fault and that she is not alone. Let her know that help
of the night.
available through Student Services at the college and in her community, includ-
About midway through the second was a collision between
ing the following agencies:
and one of the Sonics.
game a few minutes later. The other player was taken
hurt her knee but
Sexual Assault Treatment Centre Short-term counselling for recent survivors
Condors head coach Geoff
Johnstone said that the Sonics’ play-
Sexual Assault Support Centre Crisis line, counselling support
Johnstone said the Condor’s play
has been getting better as time goes
— Support groups
might have a broken ankle.
“The regional games should have been a month
The Condors were eliminated regional games,
which meant they
couldn’t play in the
I in front
player to gain control of the ball during quarter-final action on March 27 at the rec centre. The Condors went on to win 7-0.
(Photo by Sherri Osment)
A Message from
Student Services (Room 2B02)
Conestoga College continuady seeks
opportunities for improverrent to Conestoga College
meet and exceed the needs of our students, employees