Let’s cut to the chase — we all procrastinate to varying degrees. That feeling of, “I could have done so much better if only I had started on this earlier,” is one that we’ve all felt before. Here’s a list of things that you should probably start in September to keep on top of things.…
Heed my words when I say that your ego and confidence will be your enemy.
Tuition at the University of Saskatchewan continues to increase and university students continue to take it on the chin — but what are we getting for all of this extra money we’re paying?
Graduation from a post-secondary institution is something that many students dream of — but then what happens?
With the new school year here in full force, it’s time to deal with procrastination head-on.
Years ago I filled out one of those sociology surveys you occasionally get in lectures. One question asked me, “Why are you in university?” to which I replied, “It beats working.” I still feel this way. Reading textbooks is at least one step above my last job: working in a kitchen. Sometimes I felt nauseous working
A handful of University of Alberta classes have introduced Wikipedia to their classrooms as a teaching resource this past semester, despite criticisms about the website’s credibility in educational institutions. The initiative to integrate Wikipedia into classes began in the United States with the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Education Program, but has expanded globally to include classes in
Aboriginal students are one of Saskatchewan’s largest untapped economic assets, according to a new study done for the Gabriel Dumont Institute. The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada’s website claims that only eight per cent of aboriginal people in Canada between ages 25 and 64 have university degrees, while 23 per cent of non-aboriginal people
Canada is the only arctic country without a university north of 60 degrees — but that may be changing. Newly elected Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski has said that his government is committed to building a university in the territory.
The University Learning Centre, an on-campus organization dedicated to providing University of Saskatchewan students with academic resources, has launched a set of new student guide websites. For first-years in particular, the sites are a boon.