«Campus Life» column

Getting (Peacefully) Political at School

November 29th, 2020; By Anthony Teles

High schoolers and post-secondary students often find themselves increasingly interested in politics. It is a complex and controversial subject, but also one of profound importance. Politics can shape how one […]

How to Write for a Specific Word Length

November 26th, 2020; By Susan Huebert

Writing well is a one of the most valuable skills that students can learn. This ability is important for communicating with teachers, family, employers, and others. Following specific guidelines can […]

Too Much Information – How Gathering of Your Personal Data Might Be Too Much

November 26th, 2020; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

You’re hoping to get a head start on your wish list for the holidays. So you log in to your favourite search browser and type in holiday gifts, and it […]

Online Learning: Surefire Tips on How to Maximize Its Benefits

November 25th, 2020; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Canadians are not exactly strangers to the concept of digital learning, especially in the province of Ontario. In fact, according to a part of the Canadian National Online and Digital […]

PART 1: My Experiences So Far Since March 2020

November 2nd, 2020; By Alona Fiandaca

It is agreed that the 2020 has not been a good year. With the continuous changes in lifestyle, school, work, and social interaction, it’s fair  to point out the negatives. […]

How to Be Your Own Boss in Work & Life

October 29th, 2020; By Anthony Teles

We are often told what to do in life. Between the watchful eye and expectations of your parents, the demands and workload handed down from your teachers and professors, and […]

Endangered Jobs: A Look at the Jobs on the Brink of Extinction

October 29th, 2020; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Technological advancements continue to amaze us. Just this week, Google announced that it has developed a “hum the song” search feature for those music lovers who end up easily forgetting […]