It may seem like you have a lot of time left before you graduate, but that time won’t last forever. The end will sneak up on you, don’t let it catch you unprepared. Have a plan laid out for what you’ll do next, even if it’s just a general guideline. Continue reading The Next Chapter
No matter the outcome, thinking about risk in a more applied manner urges us to look forward and attempt to manage that risk, whether that be through developing asteroid collision mitigation systems, or simply reaching for the sunscreen. Continue reading Risk and You
When we’re born, we are only given only one set of eyes. They help capture light and send images to the brain, which guides our courses of action. Therefore, it’s important to keep your eyes healthy in order to maintain optimal vision. In this article, I will introduce six tips on how exactly you can do this. Continue reading Maintaining Good Eyesight
Didn’t catch our party breakdown from Issue 13, or just want to view it again? Check it out below. Continue reading Election 2019: Party Breakdown
But keep in mind that not all illnesses or disabilities are visible. Sometimes, leaving someone alone is the best way to make their day a little better. Continue reading Breaking the Silence: Invisible Illnesses Pt. 2: Discrimination
CUE Thunder Athletics Summary 2018/19. Continue reading CUE Thunder Athletics Summary 2018/19
You may be tired of hearing about elections after our recent CSA and Club elections, and while I’m certainly glad they’re over, a far larger election is looming on the horizon with broader implications than the ones brought on by a handful of students who are in office for only a year. Continue reading A New Direction for Alberta?
Provincial elections are right around the corner, folks! Unfortunately, the polls show that the UCP is going to be taking over in May. This spells bad news for us, Concordia. Continue reading UCP: What Does This Mean?
So what does this mean for us women of Concordia, Edmonton, and Canada itself? If the police do have a culture of bias and reluctance about Lindsay and Cheryl, what does that mean for our own safety? Continue reading Justice for Lindsay & Accountability of the Police
With provincial elections around the corner, Alberta’s newly formed United Conservative Party has sprung into campaigning mode with more candidates running for election than any other party, even the governing New Democratic Party. Continue reading The UCP and CUE