«Advice» column

Cover Letters: do you need them?

March 27th, 2017; By Laura Sciarpelletti

Every day employers everywhere receive resumes. With such a volume of hopeful applicants, how does one stand apart from the pack? The answer—besides a professional and thorough looking resume and […]

Getting Rid of Toxic People for your Health

March 27th, 2017; By Laura Sciarpelletti

For some reason, we all end up spending time with people we shouldn’t. Some would consider these people “toxic” to our mental health. Or maybe you are that toxic person […]

Had a Bad Day?

March 1st, 2017; By Marianne Stephens

Have you had a lousy, everything-just-keeps-going-wrong kind of bad day? We’ve all been there. Sometimes things just don’t go the way they should, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be […]

How Do I Respect Other People’s Differences?

March 1st, 2017; By Mariann Roberts

Growing up as a Canadian student, you have probably noticed kids in your class who may be very different from you. From different skin tones, to languages, to the kinds […]

Regrets – why you shouldn’t take them to heart.

March 1st, 2017; By Gavin Mercier

Everyone has regrets, no matter what they say. We all have at least one thing we regret doing – maybe it’s something you said, or maybe it’s even something you […]

Alberta Students: Transitioning Out of the Traditional School System for Persons with Disabilities

February 27th, 2017; By Mariann Roberts

Most graduating students find themselves facing a variety of challenges as they transition from the traditional school system into post-secondary and/or the workforce. For graduates (and families of those) with […]

Frosh Week 101

February 27th, 2017; By Jingwei Chen

Frosh week can also be known as orientation week, and it is a universal rite of passage for all incoming post-secondary students. As the name suggests, it is a week […]