«Advice» column

Trying New Things

March 18th, 2016; By Jamie Hadland

Trying new things can bring up a variety of emotions like fear, anxiety, frustration, excitement and pride. It involves taking a risk, but that risk might be very rewarding. It’s […]

My friend is bossy—how to confront a friend at school

March 18th, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

No one likes to be bossed around, and it is even worse if the person bossing you around is a friend. Everyone has a different type of personality, and some […]

Know When to “No”

March 18th, 2016; By Anthony Teles

Finish your homework. Clean your dirty clothes. Help your friend with their project. Apply to jobs. Help another friend move into their new dorm room. The list of things to […]

HOW to search for scholarships- where to begin?

March 18th, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

In this day and age it can be hard to escape debt, especially if one has strong academic ambitions and little family aid. So scholarships are obviously of high importance, […]

Fighting Social Anxiety with Exposure

March 18th, 2016; By Anthony Teles

Are you staring at your screen to avoid socializing? You are far from alone. Though this is often perceived as anti-social behaviour, those with social anxiety know that it is […]

Defining and Finding Value

March 18th, 2016; By Anthony Teles

What is value? The word is tossed around economically, religiously, culturally, and in just about every arena of human thought. It carries such colossal weight despite its vagueness. This lack […]

Cooking and Grocery Tips for Post-Secondary Living

March 18th, 2016; By Teodora Pasca

At times, student life can be so stressful that you often skimp on the things you should do to take care of yourself. Unfortunately, when juggling multiple responsibilities, maintaining a […]