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I will go as far as call for the resignations of this VP and the VP Student Life who oversaw stARTup because nobody should be given the opportunity to continue in these positions after the colossal failures involved with that event and what followed.

Is it better to talk to a friend than seeing a UBC counsellor when you have a mixed school/personal problem?”Is it better to talk to a friend than seeing a UBC counsellor when you have a mixed school/personal problem?”

Sure, we’re all university students who are learning what it takes to be accountable. [Even so], the AUS is failing to meet any sort of professional standard. That’s just unfair to the 12,000 undergraduate students who fund their agenda.

Every year, more students fall through the cracks or find that they are not able to meet their academic requirements. This isn't the generational failing of millennials asking for more time off to procrastinate on homework.

By this time I was in love with the city — the winding cobblestone streets, the centuries old stone buildings, the outdoor plazas — but all of this seemed to be something that was very much a part of the “real” Bordeaux life and not my life.

What can you, a Canadian student, do about the shocking, depressing, horrifying results of the US election? Directly, not a lot. But you're a member of one of the most free countries in the world, and you have a right to express your opinion.

Home is Cape Town. Home is with my family. Home is with my friends. Home is feeling safe. Home is knowing that I belong. And although the reasons for the feeling may change depending on where I am, I know that I can always feel at home.

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