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[1 Jul 2018 | Comments Off on Mental Health for University Students Must Improve | ]

The mental state of students in universities is being brought into the spotlight recently. As pressures increase for those attending post-academic studies, the British government has chosen to provide universities with a certificate of excellence to those meet the new standards relating to mental health care. It is designed to provide students with the help needed when facing a health crisis.

It was stated that in Wales and England that data suggested almost 100 students committed suicide over the course of the last 12 months. The Minister of Universities, Sam Gyimah …

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[5 Dec 2013 | Comments Off on Ignite Radio Magazine | ]

Ignite Radio Magazine is a weekly radio show that spotlights work done by journalism students at Mohawk College. It airs each Friday at noon on 101.5, INDI-FM.
Each week, second- and third-year students from the journalism program take to the air to tell stories of interest not just to students, but to the wider Hamilton community. It could be the latest news from City Hall or a profile of an up-and-coming young singer-songwriter (or even a review of the hottest new video game).
We have archived past editions of the show on …

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[5 Dec 2013 | Comments Off on Ignite Newsmagazine on Cable 14 | ]

Ignite Newsmagazine is a weekly, half-hour television show produced by students in the Journalism and Television Production programs at Mohawk College.
The show gives a glimpse into life at the school, focusing on stories of interest to Mohawk’s students. Feature interviews with newsmakers, movie reviews and profiles are rounded out with the latest news not only at Mohawk, but in the wider Hamilton community as well.
Ignite Newsmagazine airs each week on Cable 14 (check your local listings for times) and we have archived the episodes below. Or you can subscribe to our Youtube …

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[5 Dec 2013 | Comments Off on Past Issues of Ignite Newsmagazine | ]

Ignite Newsmagazine is a weekly newspaper produced by students in the Journalism program at Mohawk College.
The newspaper is entirely written and laid out by students, and features stories of interest to the broader Mohawk community.
Advertising is available for a reasonable charge and provides a way to get a targeted message to the students of Mohawk College. For more information about the paper, or to find out our advertising rates, contact us at journalism@mohawkcollege.ca

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[5 Dec 2013 | Comments Off on Ignite Newsmagazine on Cable 14 | ]

Ignite Newsmagazine is a weekly, half-hour television show produced by students in the Journalism and Television Production programs at Mohawk College.
The show gives a glimpse into life at the school, focusing on stories of interest to Mohawk’s students. Feature interviews with newsmakers, movie reviews and profiles are rounded out with the latest news not only at Mohawk, but in the wider Hamilton community as well.
Ignite Newsmagazine airs each week on Cable 14 (check your local listings for times) and we have archived the episodes below. Or you can subscribe to our Youtube …

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[15 Oct 2013 | Comments Off on Ignite Newsmagazine for October 15 | ]

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[7 Oct 2013 | Comments Off on Feature interview with Ryan Chow | ]

MSA President Ryan Chow sat down with Ignite News reporter Noah Salo to discuss some of the upcoming events he’s most looking forward to this semester.…

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[23 Sep 2013 | Comments Off on Ignite Newsmagazine Issue 3 (Sept. 23, 2013) | ]

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[19 Apr 2013 | Comments Off on Winter slows Rec Centre construction | ]

The foundation has been poured and walls are going up on Mohawk College’s new $35 million, state of the art Recreation Centre.
Construction on the Rec Centre began on June first of last year. The question is, will it be ready for students and staff by the beginning of the 2013 Fall semester?
“Currently, we’re running about three weeks behind schedule due to winter conditions, but we’re very confident we’re going to pick that up and be on schedule in the very near future, probably within the next four weeks,” said project …