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  • Alumni Hit Broadway and Toronto with “Blame Canada!” Concert
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  • 14 Sheridan Graduates Win Canadian Screen Awards
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  • New degrees will give business professionals the right skills
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  • Alumni business experts share advice at Virox Future Forum
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  • Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering welcomes new Dean
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  • Peak Performers
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  • 25 Grads Up for Canadian Screen Awards
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  • Alumni Win Top Animation Award
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