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News & Updates

New crop of frontline workers celebrated on fourth day of Niagara College convocation

Casey Bodner can finally say the words she’s longed to speak for the past 18 years. On Thursday afternoon, after her name was called during Niagara College’s virtual convocation ceremony, Bodner, who studied in the Practical Nursing program, could finally say “I am a nurse.” “Twenty years ago, I passed up my opportunity to attend

Third day of Niagara College convocation shines a spotlight on Media, Trades and Technology Studies

The third day of Niagara College’s 2021 convocation ceremonies celebrated more than 800 students from the School of Media, Trades and Technology Studies and for several students, today wasn’t just about celebrating their graduation day, it was about sharing the experience through NC’s livestream. Four students from the Broadcasting – Radio, Television and Film graduating

Niagara College reaches 100,000 graduate milestone during convocation ceremony

There was brief pause in Tuesday afternoon’s virtual convocation ceremony but it wasn’t because of any technical difficulties. A timeout was taken to recognize Niagara College’s 100,000th graduate, Emily Gushue, who received her diploma in Community and Justice Services program. “Reaching (this) milestone is meaningful for all of us at NC,” said College President Sean

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