Students Life

A 23-Year-Old Student Just Won A Permit For A Cannabis Retail Store

A graduating student in Saskatchewan just secured one of seven highly-desired permits to sell cannabis…and it will be her first-ever business. Meet Cierra Sieben-Chuback: Photo Credit: Tom Waldron (CBC) Born and raised in Saskatoon, she...

Rad Dads, Bomb Moms, and Everything in Between: You’ve Gotta Read These Thank You Letters

To celebrate parents that come in all shapes and sizes, we’re featuring some of our favourite letters from Thank You Mom & Dad. We know that no family is the same and we love reading all of your different stories out there. Got two p...

Re-Entering Post-Secondary After Some Time Away? This Is What You Need To Know.

The words “re-entering post-secondary” seem straightforward. However, re-entering students are often confused with second-degree students and mature students. The former return to university to complete another bachelor’s degree in a ...

3 Tips For Living Alone (And Loving It)

I’ve been living in Toronto for three years now. Like most students, I moved downtown at the beginning of my first year of university. Within the span of two months I went from living with my mom in the quiet, albeit boring, suburbs, to l...

Why Is The Government Still Charging Interest On Student Loans?

A petition launched by Canadian students is advocating for the federal government to stop charging students for interest on their student loans. With Canada’s absurdly high costs to attend post-secondary school, students are routinely hav...

Baby Steps: Cooking for One

May 27, 2018, by Shweta Baby Steps: Cooking for One In keeping with this series, today I’ll be talking about my journey towards achieving peak ‘Master-chef’ status. Before moving to university, I rarely cooked for myself, let alone an...

My Internship Application Experience

May 23, 2018, by Lucy My Internship Application Experience About the Nottingham Internship Scheme Every year the Nottingham Internship Scheme takes place over the course of the summer holidays. Featuring a huge variety of local and national...

I Published A Book As A University Student. Here’s What I Learned.

At the age of 21, I published a book. How many people can say that? As it turns out, more people than ever. Self-publishing is more accessible than ever. If you can hire a freelance editor, learn how to typeset in Adobe InDesign, and sign ...

Our Free eBook Helps You Follow Up After Your Job Interview

You landed the interview, you prepared for it, you nailed it. Congratulations! Time to sit back and wait for the hiring manager to email you, right? Wrong. By not following up on your interview, you risk being forgotten by the overwhelmed p...

A Student’s Guide To Grocery Shopping

Do you love food? I mean, do you really love food? Enough to go down the rabbit hole and watch back-to-back overhead flat lay cooking videos on Facebook? For hours on end? You know the ones I’m talking about … the ones with the beautif...

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