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Prof studies math dyslexia

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Students who dreaded their math homework may find an explanation in new research by a Western professor. It might have been math dyslexia. Daniel Ansari, a psychology professor, is studying […]

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What’s A Degree Worth?

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University’s enrolment rates are staggering. This year campuses are teeming with more undergraduate students than ever before. Last year,  full-time undergraduates paid more than $100 million in tuition per institution. […]

Top 10 brain foods !

by Erica Cooper

Want to keep your mind sharp and nourished? Here are 10 highly effective brain foods that improve memory, mood, concentration, and overall clarity. Eat up. 1. Blueberries—Blueberries serve a wide […]

Tips on Student Finance

by Ryerson University

1. Start planning your finances early. Figure out how much money you’ll need as soon as possible (tuition, ancillary fees, books and supplies, living expenses) so you’ll know how much […]

Students, are you stressed?

by Dr. Nance Macleod Phd NMD DNM

Some people are more susceptible than others to stress; for some, even ordinary daily decisions seem overwhelming. Stress is the way our bodies and minds respond to something which upsets […]

10 tips on writing a better cover letter

by Steve Pavlina

Recently I’ve been reading through dozens of letters from people who are interested in working together, and I want to share some insights regarding what makes for an effective cover […]