Ways To Give Back This Festive Season

December is a month full of celebrations. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanza, or you just enjoy winter, it's hard to deny it's a happy time of year. We look forward to spending time with our friends and family without the guilt of not doing any school work, because the schoolwork doesn't exist! I... Continue Reading →

A Guide to Small Town Livin’

I guess the first question here is, "what classifies a town as 'small'?". That answer will probably vary depending on where you were brought up yourself. Small is subjective to where you've lived and what you personally consider small. Yet, I bet we can all agree that no matter what we classify as a small... Continue Reading →

The Morning Sun

  The dark and dreary winter can sometimes be daunting. With all the snow and the uncertainty of when you'll see that blue sky again, it can be saddening. I'm sure the majority of us would rather be on a beach in Hawaii at this moment but despite our outside environments, it is important to... Continue Reading →

February is Psychology Month

Psychology is a broad field, rooted in science that seeks to understand our thoughts, feelings, and actions. Some psychology professionals develop and test theories through basic research, while others work to help individuals, organizations, and communities better function. Still others are both researchers and practitioners. Psychology Month is celebrated every February to teach Canadians how... Continue Reading →

Variety is the Spice of Life

Ever found yourself in a rut? Sick and tired of doing the same old things over, and over, and over, and over, and over... Okay, you see my point. School can get to be very repetitive. Get up, throw yourself together, go to your classes, do a little studying (if you're lucky), maybe attend some... Continue Reading →

Ten Books to Read Over Your Winter Break

Is your mind saturated from reading too many textbooks? Kick back and refresh your mind with these ten great books over your winter break. This reading list was recommended by Jane Ciabattari writing for the BBC Culture Report. James Lee Burke, House of the Rising Sun Burke, named a ‘grand master’ by the Mystery Writers... Continue Reading →

Are we nearing an Age of Genetic Enhancement?

Last week, the first international gene editing summit was held in Washington to discuss new techniques for altering human DNA. The summit was a response to recent breakthroughs in gene editing technology. Earlier this year, in a world-first, scientists in China announced that they had carried out gene editing in human embryos. They were attempting... Continue Reading →

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