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Monday, 24 April 2017

Why Sharing My Student Voice Matters


Why Sharing My Student Voice Matters

The course of my degree has been influenced by many things, and most of them have nothing to do with what I’m studying.

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Thursday, 20 April 2017

A Letter to My First Year Self, Now That I’m Graduating


A letter to first-year me

In my Fifth and final year here at the U of A I’m beginning to feel I’ve overstayed my welcome on this lovely campus. The hundreds of students I pass daily seem to all have their focuses set in steel and walk with determination in their steps, they laugh with friends and stay long hours in the library, I see them stress over grades and friends while building their resumes. As for me, I’ve spent the majority of this past half-decade doing that the same.

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Everything you need to know about PositiviDay

UAlberta PositiviDay
Free puppies, henna, cupcakes, and a bouncy obstacle course: all these and more could be yours on the last day of classes (April 12th)! All you have to do is wander by the main quad between 11-12:30 for PositiviDay.

You made it through the Winter semester: treat yo self. Read below for more details about this thunderous event:
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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

8 Reasons to Rate Your Courses


Rate Your Winter 2017 Classes UAlberta

Are you ready to do some grading? Here are 8 reasons why you should complete your course evaluations:


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Monday, 3 April 2017

The Best Brunch Spots for Hungry Students


The Best Brunch Spots Around Campus

I am the (self-proclaimed) queen of brunch. If there’s one word (or two) that would describe me perfectly, it’s “regular brunch go-er”. I just love a good brunch. So, if there is one person who has enough credentials to narrow down a list of the best brunch spots near (and far) from campus, that would definitely be me. And to help you make the best brunch decisions, I’ve taken into account things like the distance from campus, as well as what my personal favorite dish is on the menu, and the general pricing (scoring anywhere from $ to $$$). So, go make me proud and make brunch your new end of term thing!
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Friday, 31 March 2017

A Snowy Campus Is A Better Campus - Deal With It


Winter is better than spring - deal with it

It’s tough being a contrarian sometimes, especially when it comes to something as all-encompassing as the weather.

I’ll spare you from the numerous awful jokes about the eight months of winter and all that, because I’ve heard them all before. They’re not funny. Trust me. They only intensify when I tell people that I actually like winter. Not when it’s -20 or anything like that, but I really enjoy winter sports, and just the whole general aesthetic of winter. Therefore, I’m about to put forth an extremely unpopular list: why campus is actually better in the wintertime. Please don’t hate me that much.

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Thursday, 30 March 2017

Dancing with a Dinosaur For The Kids


#ForTheKids Dance Marathon
Dance marathons are a concept that rose throughout the 20th century, especially in the United-States. Later on, charity dance marathons became popular during the 1970's at a handful of American universities. Today, the biggest type of charity dance marathon is the one supporting the Children’s Miracle Network: there are over 300 dance marathon programs across North America and over $150 million raised since 1991.

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Monday, 27 March 2017

4 Reasons YOU Should Be a YouAlberta Blogger

YouAlberta Bloggers

It's time.... time to start your final round of assignments, time to start your summer job search (if you haven't already), time to start thinking about what courses you might take next year, etc. And, it's time to consider becoming a YouAlberta Blogger. Here are just four of the reasons why you should:
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