From Vanderhoof, B.C., Sydney is a graduate of Nechako Valley Secondary School and is in her first year of the Bachelor of Education program. On court, Sydney is a tenacious defender, often tasked with guarding the opponent’s better offensive players. With the ball, Sydney is as aggressive as they come. Always looking to push the ball and play fast. These assets were on full display this past weekend as Syd was named Player Of the Game, with 12 points and 10 rebounds, as the Wolves earned their first win of the season!
#11 Linnaea VanderZwan
Linnaea, a 5th year Forward from Valemount B.C., is in her final year of the Nursing program. Linnaea is a versatile player for the Wolves who has been called upon to play several positions and take on some of the tougher defensive assignments this season. Linnaea’s leadership and versatility, as well as her 10 points and 8 rebounds, were integral parts of the Wolves’ performance this past Friday night as they earned their first win of the season!
Throughout the day, there will be plenty of easy and fun activities for all students and staff to participate in that will definitely leave you with a smile. This event will be a reminder of the many campus activities happening throughout the year for the GPRC community to be a part of!
On top of activities, draws, giveaways, and reading material, you are welcome to donate to the Heart & Stroke Foundation either online or in person.
Mark your calendars for March 8, 10:30 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. and come check it out.
Visit the GPRC Student Wellnesswebpage for more information.
Yasser is in his first season with the Wolves. An Edmonton product, Yasser has an ability to create for his team with his offensive skill set. Averaging 12 points per game, Yasser’s work ethic is unrivaled, and he always brings effort and energy to practice, and games. The Wolves will lean on Yasser to provide a scoring punch and defensive intensity to finish well.
Chance is in his second year at GPRC studying Commerce. A Hines Creek native, Chance is a serious threat from the three-point line, shooting 35 percent from the three. A dedicated athlete who leads by example, the Wolves will rely on Chance’s experience to help his team finish the season strong.
Hey GPRC, check out this awesome submission by GPRC Student, Alexis Fallon based on her instructors encouragement.
Business AdministrationInstructor, Teresa Wouters encourages her students to let their voices be heard, especially when it comes to their assignments.
“Alexis Fallon is a friendly and committed student. She works well with others and did very well with her assignments!
When students give me good essays, I encourage them to publish them through the college’s Waggle magazine or another source. I am so excited that this is what Alexis is doing.
I also encourage students to publish their essays when they have a topic that could be of interest to others. I do this to let students realize that they have opportunities to share their opinions and writing beyond a classroom setting. I hope that, by doing so, they will be inspired to carry on with publishing in academic journals or other sources,” says Wouters.
Check out Alexis’ awesome essay on The Future of Energy Sources below: