How to Fall Back in Love with Reading this Semester

For many university students, reading for pleasure is a habit that gets lost during their first year of post-secondary. With heavy course loads that include required textbook readings, labs, group projects, hours of research for assignments, and extensive studying for tests, sitting down and reading a book may be the last thing on anyone’s mind.

“Fangirl” Doesn’t Take Mental Illness Too Seriously: Here’s Why That’s A Good Thing.

The young adult novel Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell is one of the ultimate comfort books of all time.  Following the protagonist Cather Avery as she navigates being a freshman in university, college dating, and being apart from her twin sister…

Rethinking Residence: Student Housing in a Barely Post-Pandemic Province

Many students have a certain notion of how their move-in day will go. (Think: parents begrudgingly moving suitcases up flights of stairs, tearful goodbyes, the excitement of meeting your roommate for the first time, etcetera.) However, with the threat of…

Unearthing Canada’s dark history with ethnic cleansing: 215 Indigenous children’s remains found buried in BC

Featured image by Erik Mclean on Unsplash. Article written by Anna Philpott and Hayley Whelan. A Note from the Editor: Newfoundland and Labrador’s museum The Rooms has enacted the Healing and Commemoration Collection, featuring interviews with residential school survivors of the province. The…

Niche Content: Streaming Entertainment for Exclusive Interests

With the explosion of streaming services available in the last decade, it’s become harder than ever to decide which platforms would best suit you. You could go with the classic Netflix, delve into Disney’s history with Disney+, or maybe Prime…