«Advice» column

Choosing A Career Path

October 22nd, 2012; By Kathleen Gerry

Whether you are in grade 8 or grade 12, there is always pressure to choose a career. While the pressure increases as you get closer to graduation, it’s never a […]

The Bully, The Bullied and The Bystander

October 21st, 2012; By Joy Kita

There is a dangerous notion of what normal is for today’s young person, defined in part by media images, Hollywood and reality television. The rest in a cocktail definition is […]

Making A Great Impression: 10 Tips For Job and Scholarship Applications

October 20th, 2012; By Roger Simmons

Are you applying for a job or scholarship? The following list of pitfalls to avoid apply to ALL aspects of the process: resumes, cover letters, essays, and even your interview […]

Bullying Is Everyone’s Problem

October 19th, 2012; By Fiona Bramzell

There is no doubt that bullying is a problem which has been around for a long time – within all forms of human interaction, there have always been those that […]

Using a Tutor – Benefits Beyond Raising Your Grade

October 18th, 2012; By Katie Webb

Have you ever considered using a tutor? If your answer is no, there are a few things you should know about the benefits of a tutor that may help sway […]

Don’t Be What Others Want You to Be – BE YOU!

October 18th, 2012; By Kylie Nussey

What makes you different from others? Many people struggle to answer this question. It is the differences in each other that make us unique. We may have many things in […]

A College Students’ Guide to Smart Foods

September 21st, 2012; By Kylie Nussey

With Halloween fast approaching, it is more tempting than ever to indulge in candy and sweets – especially when they all go on sale November 1 so stores can make […]