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Scholarship awarded to deserving numbers whiz

Hayley Morris, 19, knew what she wanted to do with her life before many were through with the Harry Potter series. (Courtesy Martin Morris) Hayley Morris knew early in high school what she wanted to do with the rest of her life. While that’s not unusual, her choice of career was

Beginner builders battle bots on the big stage

Students from Kateri School and Karonhianónhnha Tsi Ionteriwaienstáhkhwa were among the Kahnawa’kehró:non represented at this year’s First Lego League robotics qualifying competition. (Courtesy Jessica Hernandez) Three teams of elementary students from Kahnawake spent last week putting their science and engineering skills to the test, with one even taking home a trophy

Future engineer civilly constructing his future

Lance McComber will be graduating this spring with a degree in civil engineering. (Courtesy Lance McComber) Come spring, Kahnawake will have at least one more civil engineer. Lance McComber started the undergraduate Civil Engineering program as a full-time student at Concordia University in 2013, following quite a stretch attaining prerequisites. “It’s been a lot

First Indigenous languages grad comes back to Kahnawake

Kahtehrón:ni Iris Stacey puts her degree to work as the Kahnawake Education Center's Kanien’kehá:ka curriculum developer after being part of the Indigenous Languages Revitalization program. Kahtehrón:ni Iris Stacey is the first Kahnawa’kehró:non to graduate from the University of Victoria’s master’s program in Indigenous Languages Revitalization. “I felt like the program was made