Student Life

Small Steps to Make Your Home or Dorm More Environmentally Friendly

by Susan Huebert

Dealing with environmental issues can be difficult, especially when progress seems very slow. Many people would like to do something large and spectacular, but those kinds of actions can be […]

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The Graveyard Shift: Pros and Cons of Working Overnights

by Meghan Brown

While the most popular — and most common — workday is the traditional “9 to 5,” this isn’t the only work schedule in existence.  There are many different work schedules, […]

How to Stay Productive During Online School

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By Olivia Condlln-Wilby Online schooling can be challenging – especially if you’re beginning with a new stage of your educational career. Many people never anticipated that their college or university […]

What is the UN Climate Change Conference?

by Susan Huebert

The summer of 2021 was hard for many parts of Canada, with heatwaves across much of the country and deadly fires in British Columbia. Elsewhere in the world, floods and […]

Balancing Education and Extracurriculars in a Remote Environment

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By Erin Rebello Over the past few months, our world has slowly been changing gears as we pivot from this pandemic and shift to a new normal. Although many things […]

How to Start Thinking About Your Future Career

by Meghan Brown

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”  This is a question nearly every young person has been asked at some point by family, friends, or teachers.  For […]