Students Life

How to Start Chipping Away at Your Mountain of Student Debt

We can all agree that one of the worst parts of being a student is paying off student debt. The average debt-ridden student graduating from university owes $26,819, according to the Canadian University Survey Consortium’s latest annual re...

Five Inconvenient Truths About College/University Today

Having a positive post-secondary experience requires you to understand these five important, but inconvenient truths about college/university today. Where I hang out (which is mostly Reddit threads and YouTube comments) nobody’s really ha...

Hot or Not? Rate My Professors Ditches the Chili Pepper Rating

After a fiery debate on Twitter, Rate My Professors has removed the controversial chili pepper rating from its website. If you were hoping to find out if the teacher for your elective next year is a hottie, you’ll no longer be able to do ...

3 Tips For First-Time Job Hunters

As a former co-op student at Ryerson University, I get a lot of students coming up to me for advice. You see, I didn’t get my 4 co-op jobs from blasting out resumes, like everyone else. I knew that I wouldn’t get noticed trying to be be...

How To Prepare For Amazon Prime Day

It’s the greatest time of year, and it’s here. Ready to celebrate? Despite what iconic Disney pop siblings Aly & AJ may say, we’re actually not talking about the joyous winter holiday season… This is the second greatest time of ...

Hey Alexa: What’s Amazon Prime Day and Why Should I Care?

Amazon Prime Day, on July 16th, is Amazon’s fourth entry in what’s become an annual tradition of deals and discounts on millions of products…from A to Z. Hehe. 😉 Unless you’ve been living under a rock (which is totally cool...

5 Tips For Making The Most Out Of Your Australian Holiday Work Visa

Australia is one of those countries everyone would like to visit. It’s sunny and full of amazing landscapes. The people are hospitable and have rich traditional values. However, for us in Canada, it’s an expensive plane ticket away. I f...

How To Throw A Big Party On A Small Budget

Whether you’re celebrating Canada Day or your birthday, there’s a few things that you can do take your party from good to great. Thankfully, none of them involve dipping into your student loans. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to ...

Calendar Competition: The Manageable Hack To Long-Term Health And Fitness

I’m noticing a peculiar trend on my Instagram feed: people flip-flopping between two states of fitness. One state is motivated/healthy, a.k.a. #LivingMyBestLife. The other state is stagnant/unhealthy, a.k.a. #DontCare. Look, I get it. It...

4 Reasons Why I Wish I Took A Gap Year

I applied to university with little-to-no idea what I was going to study, and I decided on my major a few hours before the confirmation deadline. Going to university was just a given—I didn’t think that I had another option. I mean, it...

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