No matter how you look at it, moving is awful. As human beings, we hate work and change, and moving involves both. Since you can’t do as Taylor Swift does and shake it off — you don’t want to damage your belongings — I suggest preparing for your journey. I’ve moved more times than I can count . . . Mind you, I… Read more »
Posts By: Klara Woldenga
I’ve been reading the news, and I see you’re dealing with quite the drought problem.
I noticed you’ve just completed another round of Student for a Day tours, letting prospective students tour the university and experience student life first-hand.
Here are five ways to keep yourself motivated and make sure you don’t fall off the self-assured bandwagon.
Winter is finally leaving us, taking long nights for sleeping, cozy sweaters, and hot chocolate along with it. Here are some ways to get a head start on this quickly arising spring season. 1) Mourn your losses and move on I just said we’re saying goodbye to long nights, sweaters, and hot chocolate. Try to… Read more »
If you’ve been avoiding student politics for this last year (and we don’t blame you) but still want to vote, look no further than this handy compendium.
ART COMICS WORKSHOP Join local comic artist Gareth Gaudin, best known for Perogy Cat, for his drawing workshop suitable for aspiring artists young and old. Using the museum galleries as a background, Gareth will discuss how to build strong stories and illustrate them in interesting and compelling ways. Feb. 1, 1–4 p.m. Royal B.C. Museum,… Read more »
Don’t sleep Sleeping takes valuable time away from looking over your notes. You can sleep when you are dead, which will probably be after you are done your exams. Plan ahead Don’t plan things like how to study all of the material you haven’t absorbed. It’s too late for that now. You have to start… Read more »
This week, a team of Canadian psychologists published results from a study made to determine the root motives behind those who bully others. “