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In our bid to complete multiple tasks throughout the day, we may just be neglecting one of the most important aspects of our lives.
During this year's Earth Hour, really consider your carbon footprint and environmental impact on the planet.
Though an essential part of our democracy, low voter turnout rates are a serious concern.
We must show students is that research is not a mundane activity, but one that yields true benefits.
Experiential education is the future of education.
New Health Canada regulations fail to fully address the magnitude of the problem.
Though most games are rated, there should be clear warnings that exposure to violent games has been linked to aggressive behaviour.
Why not introduce one or two mandatory environmental sustainability courses at the post-secondary level?
Often, a social stigma is attached to these disorders, and teens may not feel comfortable revealing the fact that they face such problems.
Amanda Todd's suicide is a tragic reminder of the devastating effects of bullying.
Students – and everyone else – need to monitor their drinking habits so their health and safety aren't at risk.
Students must be exposed to courses on social responsibility so they can build foundations that will serve them for a lifetime.
Bullying is often done on the basis of income and the inability to buy all the latest clothes and gadgets.
Choosing a major in university can be tricky, but there are ways to gauge your interests and skills.
The current program in British Columbia’s schools is insufficient.
The concept of student trustees, already existent in Ontario, is something that our Surrey Board of Education should consider adopting.
A woman’s right to choose is one thing, but to abort a fetus on the basis of gender is barbaric and unacceptable.
For those pursuing an arts or social science major, don't be discouraged by the myths around a arts versus science/commerce degree.
Lectures are the most vital parts of university, and good note-taking skills will help you get the most out of them.
The post-secondary experience should be focused on an enjoyment of and a pleasure in learning.