Selkirk College Food Services employees are putting money where hungry mouths are. Over the last year the staff at the Ripple Café, Glacier Café, Tenth Street Campus cafeteria and Tenth Street Residence Bistro have been collecting tips at their cash registers for the Selkirk College Student Emergency Food Bank.
Canadian author Tom Rand is coming to Nelson on March 16 to speak about the dangers of passive denial when it comes to climate change. Taking a proactive approach to finding solutions, the entrepreneur will talk about the positive stories of clean energy abundance. The event is free for Selkirk College students.
The Selkirk College Saints locked up home ice advantage in the first round of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League playoffs after two huge wins on Vancouver Island this past weekend. The Saints will host the best-of-three semi-final starting on March 6 at the Castlegar Recreation Complex. Come out and cheer them on!
Living in residence is an important and memorable part of college life. Recent renovations to the kitchen and laundry facilities at the Kekuli House Residence on the Castlegar Campus have resulted in a new spirit of community amongst the students who call the location home during the college year.