Student Life

Safely Celebrating the Holidays

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By Maryam Sheikh The holidays are an exciting time for many of us. Whether they bring the season of celebration, a chance to de-stress, or an opportunity to practise tradition, […]

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Online Schooling: My Story…

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By Maryam Sheikh Hey you! Yeah, I’m talking to you. You’ve made it through 3 months of online school and you should be proud of yourself. I know it hasn’t […]

Campus Life: The Pros and Cons of Pet Ownership In Post-Secondary

by Meghan Brown

Whether you have grown up with pets at home, or have simply always wanted to own a pet of your own, it can be tempting to get one as soon […]

Getting (Peacefully) Political at School

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

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

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 […]