Welcome to the Summer Semester!

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Happy Friday! With classes starting next week, check out this week’s CC newsletter to keep up to date on what’s happening at the college! https://mailchi.mp/9a353d01…/welcome-to-the-summer-semester…

What’s in this issue:
– Dragon Boat team
– Updates from Student Services and the Library
– Aesth Journal Call for Submissions (Deadline: May 7)
– Meet our Alumni

Join Columbia College’s Dragon Boat Team!

 

There are only 7 weeks left until the Dragon Boat Festival! If you’re interested in and dedicated to practicing on the water every Monday from 4:15 to 6 pm at False Creek with great people, join Columbia College’s dragon boat team!

CC Riders, Columbia College’s competitive medal-winning dragon boat team is looking for dedicated and determined students to go for gold in the 2018 Concord Pacific International Dragon Boat Festival. Here’s what you’ll get out of it:

  • Your own CC Riders team jersey
  • Expert training and competition entry
  • Lifelong friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

All team members must pay $100 and should make sure to keep their schedule free during these race days: June 9, 10, 22, 23, 24.

Email sfung@columbiacollege.ca before Monday, May 7 if you’re interested in joining the team!

Dragon Boat: Meet the Coach!

Dragon boat starts today! 🚣🏾‍♂️

Meet at Student Services today if you’re interested in joining the team. Come meet the new coach and learn about the legendary team at Columbia College! No experience necessary. 💪

CC Riders, Columbia College’s competitive medal-winning dragon boat team is looking for dedicated and determined students to go for gold in the 2018 @dragonboatbc festival. Are you up for the challenge? Join one of the college’s most famous sports teams!

Here’s what you’ll get out of it:
✔️Your own CC Riders team jersey
✔️Free expert training and competition entry
✔️Certificate of Participation
✔️Lifelong friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

5 Cool Things To Do in Metro-Vancouver On A Rainy Day!

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This time of year the weather sucks here in Vancouver but here are some cheap and fun things to do with your friends during those rainy days. Get out and explore the city and shake off that Winter rust!!!

1) Ice-Skating at Robson Square, Vancouver

This activity is free if you have your own skates and $3 if you need to borrow some. Skate away and have some fun for next to nothing! Imagine your in the Winter Olympics (please don’t try any flips though!!!) Take the skytrain to Granville Station and walk 5 minutes to enjoy the ice!

2) Shopping at Metrotown, Burnaby

With over 400 stores and food options Metropolis at Metrotown has something for everyone. There is also a huge Cineplex Cinema here showing all the latest movies. To get here please jump off the skytrain at Metrotown Station.

3) Visit An Awesome Museum (for FREE)

All of Vancouver’s museums are FREE to visit on Tuesdays! The Museum of Vancouver and the Space Museum are easy to get to by taking a water taxi from just next to Science World, in-front of Creekside Recreation Centre. If you really enjoy the museum leave a small donation behind.

4) Play as an Athlete Richmond Olympic Experience

Fancy finding out what it would be like to be an Olympian? Why not go see what it takes at the Richmond Olympic Experience. Chances to shoot hockey books, ride virtual bobsleds and so on. This is a fun place for everyone to visit: http://richmondoval.ca/therox/

5) Bounce Around at SkyZone Trampoline Park, Surrey

Trampoline Parks are AWESOME, jump around, get rid of some excess energy and try some neat moves out check out their website and find out some great ways to have fun https://www.skyzone.com/ca-surrey .

 

 

Awesome Club Leaders Needed!

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Would you like to lead a club next semester?

Club leaders receive official certificates of appreciation from the college and hours can be used and seen as volunteering hours. Being a leader of a club looks excellent on a resume as it shows future employers and universities that you are dedicated, organized and willing to use your time for the benefit of others.

There are several clubs still looking for leaders including:

  • Billiards/Pool
  • Bowling
  • Dragonboat
  • E-Sports/Gaming
  • Food with Friends
  • Music & Singing
  • Swimming

If you are interested to lead a club or would like to start your own club please email Alex at arowe@columbiacollege.ca and explain why you would be an awesome club leader.

Have a great weekend and good luck with your exams!

Alex