Published on September 29th, 2019

Low-Income Students and University

September 29th, 2019; By Alicia Natividad

It’s no secret that university can be very expensive. These days, it’s common for student debt to be a major concern for most people considering pursuing a degree. Even years […]

Is University Pay to Play?

September 29th, 2019; By author below

By Erin Rebello In this day and age, it is frightening to be a lower- or middle-class student hoping to go to university. With tuition costs soaring and numerous mandatory […]

My Summer Camp Counsellor Experience

September 29th, 2019; By author below

By Erin Rebello My name is Erin Rebello and I am currently a student in 11th grade from Toronto, Ontario. During this past summer, I worked as a camp counselor […]

Sexual Harassment on Campus: Things You Should Know

September 29th, 2019; By Maria Cruz

Sexual harassment is a serious, often frightening experience to endure. In fact, more and more students have come forward to report occurrences. According to CBC, a study by the Ontario […]

Career Profile: Horticultural Technician

September 29th, 2019; By Susan Huebert

Looking after plants can be fun and helpful for the environment. Horticultural technicians work with plants to help them stay healthy and to keep gardens and indoor plants looking nice […]

Get a Job on Campus!

September 29th, 2019; By Maria Cruz

With the stress often accompanying post-secondary education, the last thing on students’ minds is getting a job. Haven’t they got enough to worry about? Well, as daunting as it may […]

How Summer Break Can Affect Your Ability to Learn in September

September 29th, 2019; By Alexa Cairns

As a student myself, I completely understand the struggle behind summer break. Despite the fact that most everyone loves it; the heat, hanging out with friends, the freedom. There are […]