Student Life

Dress Code Red: My Big Interview Is Coming Up! How to Know How to Dress for an Interview or First Impression (French version available)

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By Olivia Condlln-Wilby It can be stressful to figure out what to wear to a job interview, especially if you’ve never attended one before. Dressing professionally can help you leave […]

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Getting Your G-Licence: Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Driving

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

For the majority of people, driving is an essential life skill that offers numerous benefits, especially if one resides in an area where there is a limited selection of public […]

That’s All, Folks: Advice for those going into their last semester of college/university

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By Tiffany Chang Congratulations! You’re almost there. For some students, this may be your last few months of schooling and then, after graduation, it’s out into the real world. As […]

Pros and Cons of Attending College or University in a Smaller Town

by Meghan Brown

Movies and television love to depict young people attending college or university in “the big city” where parties, club nights, giant sports games, and crowded campuses are the norm.  However, […]

Work-from-Home Jobs: A Glimpse into the Top 5 Opportunities that Await You

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

The pandemic restrictions have given companies all over the world the chance to offer flexible work options for their employees. According to a study by Statistics Canada, almost 40% of […]

5 Pointers to Ace that Zoom Interview

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

With colleges and universities across Canada and the U.S. extending their remote learning mandates for all classes, it’s likely that this year’s graduates will find themselves going through the job […]