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On Mar. 2 to 5, Guelph had thechance to donate their hair to
Cuts or Cancer, an organization
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by Lisa Kellenberger, a MA stu-
dent at the University o Guelph.
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enthusiastic response that the club
decided to relocate the event to
Stone Road Mall, and partner with
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“We just ound that the spacein the UC was too small or the
amount o people we wanted to
accommodate,” said Kellenberger.“Which was great really. It’s proba-bly the best problem you can have.”When Te Ontarion interviewedKellenberger, Cuts or Cancer had
collected 66 ponytails, which ismore than previous years. Temajority o people who partici-
pate cut o eight to inches o
hair, which is the minimum re-
quirement or a wig. It can take
about nine to 15 ponytails to man-
Te hair is donated to two orga-nizations called Pantene Beautiul
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Pantene, a Canadian organization,distributes wigs through the Cana-
accept hair that has been treated or
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nated to Canadian women andchildren who’ve lost their hair
in treatment,” said Kellenberg-
er. “But we want to make sure
that as many people as possible
Real wigs are considered su-perior to synthetic wigs or a
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and can be cut and styled just likereal hair according to the client’s
real hair wigs is the comort level.Not only are they tailor itted, but
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“It really eels a lot better. It’s
the dierence between having
real hair and Barbie hair,” said
here are lots o ways to par-
ticipate in the event, such assponsoring someone to shave
their head, or by simply donat-
ing to the Cuts or Cancer website.
his year Cuts or Cancer part-nered up with an organization
called Streaks or Cancer. People
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It is no secret that universityis expensive, and inding a jobor the summer or school year
is essential. Luckily, there are
many opportunities or students
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an area similar to their degrees.
Carrie Steele, a coordinator atCESC (Co-operative Education
and Career Services) stresses two
main themes or students seek-
ing employment: ind a job sooner
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A tool emphasized by Steele to
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which can be ound at the Co-
operative Education and CareerServices desk or on the Univer-sity o Guelph website. Recruit
Guelph advertises over 250 sum-
mer jobs or students and over
220 part-time jobs, many relatedto a student’s degree: more than
enough or those who take the
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ployment soon should not all
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ull swing, deadlines or student
employment with the Federaland Ontario government have
already come and gone. Students
may also ind opportunities to
earn higher wages but Steele em-phasizes that should not be one’smain goal. Even with prospects o higher proit, Steele stresses thesecond important theme towardsstudent employment: career-re-
“I you can get a career-relat-
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student is better it to exploredierent career -elated jobs
throughout dierent summers.
“Students should want to develop
periences, it’s certainly beneicialhaving dierent employers on theresume, it allows you to develop
Steele recommends, which
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that it is good to stay with one
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“Competition between otheruniversities can be intense,”
Steele explains. “It’s one extra
For more inormation on stu-
dent jobs, go to the CESC section
on the University o Guelph’swebsite or the Recruit Guelph
job air at the UC courtyard rom
a.m.-3p.m. on Mar. 27. So to
job you want, get involved sooner
For more about summer jobhunting, check out page 22.
“i eallyeels a loee. i’she eeceeeehav ealha abae ha.”
– Lsa Kelleee
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