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How to Put the “Read” in Reading Week

How to Put the “Read” in Reading Week

Ah, reading week...A time to go on vacation, sleep in, have fun with friends, and … read? The idea of continuing to do work over your well-deserved break may sound a lot more tortuous than it is beneficial. I haven’t spent a single reading week in my university career...

Frequenting Your Local Farmers’ Market as a Student

Frequenting Your Local Farmers’ Market as a Student

Most of us are not strangers to the busy parking lots, beeping cash registers, and shopping cart navigation that the average trip to the grocery store consists of. Shopping for a week’s worth of food is just another errand on your student to-do list; but only if you...

Staying on Top of Midterms

Staying on Top of Midterms

Midterms can be hard. Not just because the content can be difficult to learn, and the test can ask difficult questions, but because, while you’re writing your midterms, nothing else stops. Not only are you having to find time to study, but you still have classes,...

Great Things to Do On Your Own (Other than Studying)

Great Things to Do On Your Own (Other than Studying)

For many students, going to college or university is equivalent to living away from home. Some travel to another city, others travel across the country, and international students leave their own country for another. Getting distance from a familiar environment,...

Getting Out of a Study Music Slump

Getting Out of a Study Music Slump

We’re all guilty of listening to that same favourite song over and over again until we grow tired of it. If you’re like me, music is a crucial component to a productive study session. Whether it’s non-lyrical electronic music, relaxing classical music or upbeat dance...

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