“You’ve got an entire life of summers to enjoy, so take these few years you’re in school and stretch them long.”
I know how you might be feeling: Vancouver is huge, teeming with people and feels like it’s catered to all residents, besides you.
[Tiananmen] has made its mark on campus through the Goddess of Democracy statue, which was created in 1991 by the AMS, Chinese Students and Scholars Association and Vancouver Society in Support of the Democratic Movement.
"Where jumping from high school to university gives you marginally more freedom, that seems more like crossing a puddle when compared to the chasm between university living and the world beyond."
Though this year is a bit different from times gone by, as the voting period will last a raunchy three weeks period — thanks to not wanting to break the law. That’s a lot of time, so we wondered what other things could happen in that same amount of time. Here’s the skinny.
Being lonely can suck, and everyone feels lonely more often than they’d care to admit. Regardless of whether you’ve just become single, have never dated or are married with three kids, loneliness can creep in from any angle.
A mild-mannered third-year kinesiology student in class, but out comes a stellar goalie with quick hands and a quicker mind once she hits the ice.
People ghost for all kinds of reasons, validity varying, but if you find the sour taste of ghosting is something you regret, here’s a few tips on resurrecting a spirit.
It’s high time campus focused its attention on the group of women down at Doug Mitchell whose efforts could only be described in multisyllabic words like “invigorating” or “oh-my-god-another-penalty-ing”. May we present: Behind the Boards — the women’s hockey edition.
It's all in preparation for team Canada's run in the iihf World juniors at the end of December. Who doesn't love a little friendly exhibition play?
“Whether someone identifies as female, nonbinary, genderfluid, transgender or by another term is a very personal part of their life and should be treated with respect and tact, rather than assumption and confrontation.“
A few short weeks before my graduation in May 2016, the wind started blowing a little harder in a different direction, and twenty-foot flames started eating up my town. Trees burned, gas stations exploded, and 70,000 people clamoured to get away.
‘Why don’t I remember this from class? I totally bombed this part on the midterm! My university career is being torn down by this single equation.’ These are all things that seem to run through our heads when we finally dive into our notes and see the veritable Everest of things we have to cover.
Alcohol can be fun when it’s utilized safely, but throwing a bit of peer pressure into the mix can make things turn sour very quickly.
The unfortunate news is that this will likely lead to a conversation involving the three of you and the living arrangement