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Unique Jones-MacKenzie is one of 20 graduates from the first-ever Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians, which concluded at the Halifax Shipyard during the global pandemic.

Shipbuilder achieves childhood career dream during pandemic

Unique Jones-MacKenzie achieved a childhood dream when he became one of 20 graduates from the Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians, which concluded at the Halifax Shipyard during the global pandemic.

Matthew Byard, second year Radio Television Journalism student interviews then Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil

Sharing Black stories, amplifying Black voices

More than five years ago, Radio Television Journalism students at Ivany Campus began investigating a generations-old injustice in the historically-Black community of North Preston. Second-year student Matthew Byard and his fellow continue this work today.

Image of solar panels

Getting into the green scene

Image of IKEA's summer solar power surplus.

NSCC Culinary Management students and faculty stand together, wearing masks, in front of a counter in NSCC Akerley Campus's demonstration kitchen. In the photo (left to right): Lucia Duarte Baron, Chef Thomas Carey (faculty), Chef Barry Mooney (faculty), Michelle Small, Michael Veysey, Andres Felipe Agudelo Rodriguez. stand together, wearing masks, in front of a counter in NSCC Akerley Campuses demonstration kitchen.

A virtual exchange

When COVID-19 required Culinary Management students and faculty to cancel a planned NSCC International trip to the Philippines for the Culinary Cup, an international culinary competition, all was not lost. Students and faculty organized a virtual, culinary exchange that would bring the tastes of Nova Scotia to the Southeast Asian nation.