Month: May 2017

Throwback: Why Attending Summer Courses Can Make You More Successful

Written by: Jasmine Robichaud I know what you’re thinking. Give away my summer to sit in a poorly ventilated classroom? Never! But fear not my friends, I can tell you why doing exactly that may […]

Anime North

Written by: Aimee MacPherson If you’re a fan of anime and Japanese culture, Anime North is most definitely the convention for you to attend. Coming up May 26-28th this year, the convention is held in […]

Victoria Day

Written by: Billie Clark For a lot of people, Victoria Day and the May “Two-Four” weekend marks the start of summer. This is the weekend that most people open their cottage, if they haven’t yet. […]

Anime Review – Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon (Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid)

Written by: Aimee MacPherson Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is a 13-episode anime series that recently concluded its short run, and I know I’m not alone in wishing that there was more to enjoy here. The […]

Katherine’s Storytime: A Little Bit of Gum Goes A Long Way

Written by: Katherine Nocera Hey everybody! Today I thought that I would write a pretty different post than normal. It’s about a recent experience that I had at a bus stop. I have no clue […]

6 Tips for a Great Mother’s Day Gift

Written by: Billie Clark Mother’s Day is this Sunday! I know, it’s coming up fast. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t actually bought my mom her present yet… I’m never quite sure what […]

Throwback: Don’t Procrastinate On Your Own Well-Being

Written by: Aubrey Aguilar “I’ll do it later.” As university students, we find ourselves saying this at some point as we trudge our way through school. We become accustomed to setting things aside when what […]