Published on July 20th, 2013

The Truth About Buying Textbooks

July 20th, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

Can you really put a price on knowledge? College and universities seem to think so. Textbook prices in post-secondary institution are climbing everyday. Ironically students learn to think outside of […]

Career Profile: Journalist

July 20th, 2013; By Erica Cooper

Journalists can have a specialty.  In large organizations, the journalists may specialize in only one task. In small organizations, each journalist may have to do many different tasks. Here are […]

Stop Bullying!

July 20th, 2013; By Jasmin Bollman

BULLYING – THE CHANGE IS WITHIN YOU The issue of bullying has been talked about a lot over the past year in the media and in schools. In particular, the […]

Where, When, and Which Class?: A Course Scheduling Guide

July 20th, 2013; By Amy Oldfield

If you are like many first year students, you have a vague idea of what courses you want to take in college or university. If you liked biology in high […]

Bringing Bedtime Back

July 20th, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

In adapting to a fast-paced lifestyle, students have forgotten a basic necessity: sleep! With demanding class schedules, study cramming, and endless party opportunities, the level of sleep deprived Canadian college […]

First Year University Woes

July 20th, 2013; By Teri-Lynn Friesen

With August now here and September right around the corner, those of you in your first year of University may be feeling a little nervous. I do not blame you! […]

Career Profile: Baker

July 20th, 2013; By Katrina Ross

We’ve all been unsure about where we want to go in life, and some of us don’t figure it out for years. The trick is that you can’t sit around, […]