For me, having fun is somewhat a hard thing to do. But it’s a coping skill that will help you regulate your emotions. It will increase feel-good hormones in your body, allow you to create meaningful memories, and remind yourself that there is hope out there.
“If charitable food banks were an efficient solution, the 36-year-old Greater Vancouver Food Bank would already have solved the problem. In wealthy food secure British Columbia, household food insecurity is an income problem — not a food problem.”
As students scramble to adapt amid classes moving online, drastic social distancing measures and border shutdowns, we understand if anticipating your next VPAUA has not exactly been at the top of your mind.
“Ultimately, the personal safety measures you take shouldn’t come at the cost of the safety of others, especially the most vulnerable members of society.”
"The main point to remember, though, is that without emotions, none of us would be alive today. Sometimes when I am experiencing an uncomfortable emotion (anger, fear, shame) I try to remember that."
Being self-aware and knowing how to manage our emotions is key because it can help us learn how to listen to our body, reducing our stress in the process.
Living according to your values should be “vitalizing, uplifting and empowering.” Values are something you do, not something you have.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss unsightly construction, the importance of going to class and a promising future for UBC football.
Shanee Prasad takes issue with a recent opinion piece on raising the minimum wage.
Firstly I would like to clarify that The Ubyssey did not state that an increase was a bad idea, it only questioned whether an increase of $4.75 is too drastic.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss UBC's progress — or lack thereof — in minimizing animal testing, empty rooms in rez and U-Pass and SSC troubles.
In her first column of the new year, Natalie gives advice to readers on how to keep their resolutions and make the most of 2015.
With the drop deadline approaching, I decided to see what the research said about why people sometimes react negatively to different ways of speaking.
I’m making a case against having grades that are entirely truthful in a student’s transcript. Employers don’t like to see really bad grades on a transcript.
The problem isn’t that indie, foreign and arthouse films aren’t screened at all, it’s that they don’t screen for very long.
Contrary to what unions may say, the majority of minimum wage jobs are held by those who live in non-poverty households (e.g. teenagers working as waiters).
These increases are not inevitable. Far from it. We can stop them, but it means showing up. It means being louder. We need to be louder.
Natalie advises on how to deal with breakups without much of a break and how to deal with people who won't let you sleep.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors take on the ongoing troubles with Ponderosa's elevator and how not checking your email can be stressful.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors give their take on an apparent pay gap among UBC faculty and staff and compare campus kitchens to the rest of the world.
The UBC Coyote needs help. In the environment currently existing on this campus, this animal has no safe home.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss the 'Birds' lacklustre Winter Classic Performance and how the AMS can help create real politicians.