Student life

Editor in Chief of Elle Canada visits campus

Shortly after graduating from the University of Alberta in Nursing, Noreen Flanagan took a 12-month trip, which she mostly spent asking people what they did for a living and whether they loved it.Continue...

Travelling (not so) alone

Everyone should travel alone at least once.Continue...

Being celiac in a sea of gluten-free dieters

With New Year’s just behind us, gym goers are increasing in number — and so are users of fad diets.Continue...

Made in Canada matters

While students are easily tempted by the cheaper option, it doesn’t mean it’s the best one.Continue...

2016 TV shows to binge watch

A new year and new semester means fresh TV shows to watch.Continue...

Don’t drive taxis away

Whether you’re getting picked up after a night out or taking a trip across town, Uber is efficient and affordable. But I’m okay with paying a few extra dollars for a taxi if it means supporting someone’s primary income, even if it’s not always the cheapest option.Continue...

The shadow of social anxiety

University is a time to study hard as well as meet new people, go out and have fun.

Unfortunately, for those of us who experience social anxiety, venturing outside our houses with lots of...Continue...

Living with boys a blessing in disguise

While it may be 2015, people still find it shocking to hear that young women are living with guys — platonically speaking.Continue...

Say goodnight to a ‘nap map’

Forty winks won’t make up for a good night’s sleep.Continue...

Orientation Week residence violations continue to drop

Write-ups filed by dons in residence during Orientation Week decreased again this year, continuing of a trend that began in 2012.Continue...

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