YOUR TUITION COVERS THIS

At the start of fall term, I found myself needing therapy, and after shopping around for a therapist, I quickly realized how broke I was. After speaking with a psychologist at MacEwan University’s Counsellor, Wellness and Psychological Services, I discovered that I could afford therapy.  It may not be news that you have a Canada…

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REVIEW: EMILY IN PARIS SEASON TWO—THE DRAMA CONTINUES

For many Netflix lovers, part of the joys of the recent holiday season extended beyond watching our favourite Christmas movies for the hundredth time. It included looking forward to season two of Emily in Paris.  Between the pandemic, lockdowns, and travel restrictions that plagued most of the last two years, season one of Emily in Paris was a…

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EVERY CLOUD HAS ITS SILVER LINING, EVEN WHEN IT’S THE COVID PANDEMIC

“Unprecedented times” is one of the most popular phrases associated with the COVID pandemic. It is challenging to look beyond what is in an effort to see what could be in a pandemic. How can such dark clouds carry a silver lining?  Speaking with some students from different MacEwan University departments, we were pleased to see the poise and…

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GRADUATING DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC

Sixty-three thousand people in Canada lost their jobs in December of 2020, according to Craig Wong’s CTV News article published on Jan. 8. Wong also stated that it was the worst downturn of the job market since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. MacEwan University graduating and recently graduated students are asking “what next.” After the 2014…

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Online-Dating Stories #1: The Lies They Tell

It had been three months since we started dating, and I knew nothing about him. His truck and first name, maybe, or at least that’s what I thought. You hear many things about online dating. Reasons to keep away, but enough to draw you in. When I quit a commission-only job that took twelve, sometimes…

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