Ready yourselves, fourth-years, because you’re about to be jobless and there’s a reason why.
For those of us in our final year of our undergraduate degrees, we have passed the halfway point of the last semester and graduation seems to be rushing towards us.
Graduation from a post-secondary institution is something that many students dream of — but then what happens?
A new University of Saskatchewan report shows that money is not the most significant factor in the accessibility of post-secondary education. The Accessibility and Affordability Report says that children from low-income families, rural communities, aboriginals and people with disabilities are less likely to attend a post-secondary school. But it also states the importance parents’ backgrounds
It has been four years. I'm graduating and I'll have to get grad photos all over again ”” but I can't help wondering why.