Published on December, 2021

How 1.5 Years of COVID Changed Me as a Person

December 1st, 2021; By author below

By Erin Rebello I can still remember that Thursday afternoon when the province of Ontario announced that they would be shutting down elementary and secondary schools for two weeks due […]

Showing Respect in a World of Disagreements

December 1st, 2021; By Anthony Teles

As you go from elementary to high school, and then one step further to university, you meet more and more people from diverse backgrounds. Your frame of reference starts small, […]

Literally Save the Planet: An Environmental Lawyer Career Profile

December 1st, 2021; By Anthony Teles

The world needs us to give a darn. The climate crisis, ecological collapse, and political inertia have brought the planet to a precipice. We need to overhaul a toxic system. […]

Dealing with Anxiety

December 1st, 2021; By Teodora Pasca

Feeling tense or overwhelmed is normal, especially for a student juggling a variety of responsibilities. However, if you constantly experience intense stress, fear of failure, and feelings of inadequacy, the […]

Money and Your Career: Weighing What Makes You Happy

December 1st, 2021; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

The cost of living is getting higher and higher and it may seem safer to be practical rather than idealistic. As such, practicality can play a part when deciding on […]

Embracing the Holidays during Stressful Times

December 1st, 2021; By Maria Cruz

Going into the holidays with the stress of tests, assignments, and essays can be pretty overwhelming. It’s not just that there are tons of assignments coming up but the fact […]

Killing the Stigma of the Trades

December 1st, 2021; By Maria Cruz

There is an unfortunate stigma surrounding the trades and it’s been present for several years now. Branded as a career path meant for those who failed to do well in […]