Published on October 1st, 2018

Conquer Your Fears!

October 1st, 2018; By Erin Kelly

The month of October can bring a lot of new things; dark and dreary weather, Halloween jumps and scares, and of course, mid term exams and tests. Have you been […]

Scholarship for an Undergraduate Law Student With A Disability at the University of Ottawa

October 1st, 2018; By NEADS

INTRODUCTION This fund was generously created by the Malhotra Family in memory of Lalitha Sundaram Malhotra. PURPOSE OF FUND To provide financial assistance to undergraduate students registered at the Faculty […]

Call for Participants for a Website Usability Study of CommunAbility

October 1st, 2018; By NEADS

PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: for a website usability study of the CommunAbility website: Are you a college or university student with a disability or a recent college or university grad with a […]

A Crisis in the Construction Industry: How Does This Job Shortage Benefit You?

October 1st, 2018; By Jingwei Chen

So many of us young people are facing an uncertain future: enormous debt, skyrocketing rent, job opportunities that are at best part-time purgatory or at worst one casual contract after […]

Spending Your Financial Aid Wisely: 3 Helpful Tips

October 1st, 2018; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Congratulations! So all your hard work has paid off and you’ve been awarded the grant, scholarship, or loan that you’ve been eyeing for the last few months. It’s a privilege […]

Why You Should Care About Politics at a Young Age

October 1st, 2018; By Maria Cruz

What are/ is politics? Definition of politics according to Merriam Webster Dictionary: “1a : the art or science of government b : the art or science concerned with guiding or […]