«College Bound» column

Majors and Minors: How Do I Choose What is Right for Me?

March 27th, 2017; By Jingwei Chen

Choosing your undergraduate major can feel like a major decision. Majors and minors are programs of study that determine what courses you will take during your four years of university. […]

How to Get Your 40 Hours of Community Service

March 1st, 2017; By Gavin Mercier

At first, getting your 40 hours of community service might seem like a chore. But over the course of 4 years, 40 hours might just be achieved from your everyday […]

Career Profile: Cardiovascular Perfusion

March 1st, 2017; By Jingwei Chen

Cardiovascular perfusion is probably one of those health care professions you have never heard of. These individuals are an integral member of open-heart and thoracic surgery teams. Now let’s dive […]

Millennial Madness

February 28th, 2017; By Anthony Teles

Do you feel overwhelmed? Growing up is, and always has been, a stressful experience. The culmination of technological advancements, economical circumstances, and societal evolution has resulted in a very unique […]

March Break Activities to Do in Alberta

February 27th, 2017; By Mariann Roberts

If you are a student in post-secondary, you are probably more than ready for a well-deserved break by the time March break rolls around. However, luxury vacations in exotic places […]

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 […]

Raindrops keep falling on my head—why do I feel like the world is out to get me?

January 29th, 2017; By Laura Sciarpelletti

It goes without saying that university can be a very stressful time. And true to the old saying…when it rains it pours. Problems never seem to come one at a […]