Procrastination and How to Manage it

It’s that time of the year again- after about 6 months of not being in class, it’s weird to be back at school. And to top that, it’s even stranger to have assignments with deadlines! The new school system with…

Common Misconceptions About Mental Health

One in five Canadians will experience a mental illness in any given year, yet most of these people suffer in silence. The stigma associated with mental health is a form of oppression and discrimination, preventing people from receiving the help…

Stress

It’s 11:50 PM on a school night, and you’re working against the clock to finish an important history paper due at midnight. You feel scared, panicked, anxious, and think there’s no way you’ll hand in your assignment on time. At…

Life on another planet?

Life on another planet relies upon two questions: the pervasiveness of experience in the cosmic system and how fortunate we get as we take those first, provisional, exploratory advances. Forty million miles from Earth, at this composition, is Mars, a…

The Importance of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

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Trigger Warnings: Talks about topics such as suicide, self-harm, and disorders   As the month of September passes, mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies, and community members unite to promote awareness. September is commonly known as National Suicide Prevention…

What is Generosity?

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Frequently, we believe that giving to other people can reduce our value. We believe that we are losing out on more opportunities or resources by contributing to someone else’s abundance. We often expect a reward for our generosity, which converts…

The Benefits of a Nightly Routine

Everyone loves their sleep. With summer coming to an end and one of the busiest times of year beginning, people won’t be getting the extra couple hours of sleep they usually do. But, the key to getting sleep now is…

Navigating Your Way Through Highschool

My heart raced a million beats per minute; my backpack weighed down my shoulders, I used every bit of my strength to look up at the large map hung up on the hallway, the building flooded with tall 6ft students…

Keeping Busy During Covid-19

With Covid-19 taking away aspects of our lives that we’re used to, such as going outside freely, going to school, and socializing among big groups, it’s often tough to find things to do when sitting at home. Well, productive things,…

The Lebanon Economic Crisis

On August 4th, 2020, a massive amount of ammonium nitrate in Beirut, Lebanon’s capital, exploded, resulting in at least 181 deaths and over 5,000 injuries. The explosion was so intense that shock waves were felt on Cyprus’s island, located around…