Streeter: GBC students looking back at 2018

From puppies to pole dancing, 2018 was quite a year for GBC students

What was your most memorable moment of 2018?

Kevin Saunders, Business-human resources student. Photo: Nico deVeber / The Dialog.

Kevin Saunders, Business-human resources student. Photo: Nico deVeber / The Dialog.

 

“I’ve been wanting a dog for so long. I’ve been a student for years so it has been a big step that I can finally balance the school, the work and the dog.” – Kevin Saunders, Business-human resources student. 

Robert Boyde, Gas technician student. Photo: Nico deVeber / The Dialog

 

 

“One of my friends was in the hospital because he got in a car crash. He suffered a lot of external injuries and he had to spend three months in the hospital, so I got to see him again on my birthday.” – Robert Boyde, Gas technician student.

Flavio Araujo Silva, Game programming student. Photo: Nico deVebber / The Dialog

 

 

 

 

“Moving on from secondary school to GBC is a big moment in my life and though I am a bit worried about where I am going to go, or if this is for me, I would say I’m definitely going to remember this.” – Flavio Araujo Silva, Game programming student. 

 

Dhruv Rabadiya, HVAC Technician program student. Photo: Nico deVeber / The Dialog.

“When my brother had his baby; his first-born daughter. I think that was the biggest moment for me because it just brings up so much happiness and joy in the family.” – Dhruv Rabadiya, HVAC Technician program student. 

Kaysia Bilagot, Business marketing student. Photo: Nico deVebber / The Dialog

Kaysia Bilagot, Business marketing student said her most memorable moment was on New Years when she decided to take up pole dancing.

“It was really fun, it let me express my sexuality in a different kind of way. I found out I really liked it and I’m still doing it in 2019.”

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Streeter: GBC students looking back at 2018