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4 Ways to Build a Resume When You Have Zero Experience

How do you write a resume with no experience? Here are four simple tactics to get you started on finding valuable experience, connecting with mentors, and getting employed by graduation. “How am I supposed to get a job when I don’t have...

Sam Demma: Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities During COVID-19

If there’s anything we’ve learned about Gen Z during this pandemic, it’s that they’re becoming increasingly self-sufficient and entrepreneurial. Especially now with the rise of TikTok, an app known for expediting small businesses ov...

My First Hackathon

April 20, 2021, by Agnes My First Hackathon Right before Easter break, I found myself scrolling through the weekly Maths newsletter (procrastinating something very important, I’m sure). Some way down, a bright banner caught my eye: Athena...

8 Coping Mechanisms to Deal With Exam Stress

Picture this. Exam schedules are out. You click on that dreaded button and… BAM!!! 5 exams in 4 days! Your heart starts beating fast. You’re feeling nauseous. You panic. The exam anxiety starts pouring in and you start to wonder how to...

Digital Note-Keeping

April 6, 2021, by Agnes Digital Note-Keeping When I began my degree, I was really jealous of the people in lectures who would take notes on their tablets and annotate PDFs with ease. Most of these tablets are really expensive and, coming fr...

5 ways to enjoy the sun

March 23, 2021, by Agnes 5 ways to enjoy the sun Ahhh, Spring is finally upon us! I don’t know about you, but as soon as the sun comes out, I shed my jacket, grab an iced latte and pretend I’m not shivering. So here are some ways to enj...

What Your Teacher Really Thinks of You: Confessions of a Grumpy Prof

Ok, listen up. I have a message for the students of Canada and I hear this is the place to get it read. Editor’s Note: This is one of our favourite articles from years past. And considering how frustrated everyone has been with the school...

Here’s Why I Started a Language Exchange Program During COVID-19

Mariella Rubenson is a grade twelve student from Toronto Ontario, graduating from St Joseph’s College School in June. Before life as we once knew it turned upside down, Mariella loved to travel, explore her city and take on new challenges...

‘If My Roommate Dies, Do I Get an A?’ and Other School Myths Debunked

Editor’s Note: This article on popular school myths was originally published in 2014. Some of the links and stats have been updated to reflect how common these myths still are. As a first-year student transitioning from high school to uni...

How to Write Like Hemingway: 5 Easy Tips to Improve Your Essays

Hemingway. His name alone conjures up images of a whiskey-swilling, big game hunter. And one of the best writers of the 20th century. It’s iconic. So who better to turn to for some easy essay tips? Right now, you might be staring at a to-...

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