University athletes looking to take their game to the next level might want to consider how much sleep they are getting. When it comes to that final shot, save or return, an extra wink of sleep can make all the difference. Pat Byrne is the vice president of Fatigue Science, an international sleep management company… Read more »
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After grueling season, UVic’s women’s soccer team nabs hardware
The top five places in Victoria to cure your lonesome blues
Based on British Special Ops military training, Tough Mudder is anything but an easy race. The event, started in 2010, demands physical as well as mental strength, endurance and teamwork of the participants in the form of 16- to 19-kilometre obstacle courses. One of these Mudders is Lindsay Van Gyn, a UVic anthropology student and personal… Read more »
Gluten-free diets trending in Victoria, but for some, avoiding gluten is necessary
The biennial exhibition Guy Vetrie Memorial Tournament took place from Oct. 19–21 this year, honouring one of UVic’s most celebrated coaches of all time.
Flying solo: the relationship
equivalent to owning a dishwasher
For centuries, athletes have dedicated their lives to sports training. What many people don’t realize is that this includes their mental game as well.
In the current shaky job market, students are sometimes pessimistic about their career outlook post-graduation. According to staff from UVic’s business school and a major employer in Victoria, certain undergrads could benefit from having a business minor, whether or not they are pursuing a career in the business world.
In my last article, I asked you to do an exercise: to take a sheet of paper and divide your monthly expenditures into what you need to spend your money on, what you want to spend your money on and what you could save. If you were honest with yourself in making these three columns, then what you have in the “want” column will indicate what you can potentially save to put towards debt reduction.