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Smiling Over Sickness and Their Locks For Love Event!
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Smiling Over Sickness and Their Locks For Love Event!

ir McMaster Smiling Over Sickness began in 2002 with the goal of helping sick children smile! Since then, the club has grown and become one of the largest student-run organizations at McMaster. With over 600 general members, 45 volunteers, 20 junior executives and 13 senior executives, it’s no wonder this group has accomplished so many amazing … Continue reading

McMaster Global Citizenship Collective
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McMaster Global Citizenship Collective

McMaster Global Citizenship Collective (GCC) is an OPIRG working group. They focus on increasing social justice awareness and some environmental issues on campus. This group also provides tools, workshops and resources for their members, encouraging them to go out to the Hamilton community and engage in forms of activism they find important to them. Mollie Sivaram the Co-head … Continue reading

Theater Director Maureen Dwyer Talks “It’s Only a Play”
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Theater Director Maureen Dwyer Talks “It’s Only a Play”

The Player’s Guild Of Hamilton has been running for a long time time, bringing various forms of entertainment in Hamilton, through play and theater performances. Even during the winter blues, nothing is stopping them from giving us the best of the best comedy play! Maureen Dwyer, the director of the theater performance “It’s Only a Play” at The … Continue reading

Experience The Solar System With W.J. McCallion Planetarium
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Experience The Solar System With W.J. McCallion Planetarium

The W.J. McCallion Planetarium, located at McMaster University, was the first Planetarium in Ontario that provided shows to the public. The McCallion planetarium is named after William J. McCallion, due to his central role in the development of the planetarium at McMaster University. Today he has presented to over 100,000 people and the McCallion Planetarium remains a fascinating place to learn … Continue reading