01 Feb 2017

Should online shares be selective?

The ability to connect with the masses through social media has changed the world.  For many people, the constant need to check or post on social media has become an essential part of our day-to-day plans. According to digitaltrends.com, people in the U.S. check some type of social media account

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09 Nov 2016

So you’re moving to Canada, eh?

As this is being written, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has yet been elected president. But what’s obvious is that in the runup to this week’s presidential election, many Americans seem to be wondering if it’s time to abandon ship and head north if their favorite candidate loses. According

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18 Oct 2016

Should you change your major?

When we graduate, we throw our caps up in the air in hopes that we are going to go on to bigger and brighter things. But before that day, we often ask ourselves what we want to do with our lives. And will my chosen major lead me to a

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05 Oct 2016

End sexual violence on campuses

Sexual assaults on college campuses have become an epidemic. According to RAINN.org, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting sexual violence, 11.2 percent of all students’ experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation, and 90 percent of college victims feel so ashamed that they never file a report.

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18 Sep 2016

Student worker hours should increase

From the moment we start our educational journey, we are told that we must do well to get into college. What impressionable young students are not told is that the main concern about getting into college is not having the grades, but having the money. Tuition, books, parking passes and

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