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My Applied Emphasis Experience

Written by: Shayna Scarpino¬† Prior to even entering the Applied Emphasis Program, I was at a loss whether I should even apply. I was hesitant because I did not want to get rejected nor did I want to fail at any experience or activity that is required within the program. Little did I know that my mindset was holding me back from a truly tremendous … Continue reading My Applied Emphasis Experience

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Public Health and Public Swimming Pools: Let’s Dive In!

By: Emma Schmidt VP-Communications, Environmental Health Students Union¬† At Concordia, the Environmental Public Health After-Degree works to educate future Public Health Inspectors and Public Health Professionals. The 15-month condensed program is one of only 5 programs in Canada, making it a competitive and fast-paced program. Throughout this time, students are educated on the importance of food safety, waste management and even pool safety! Thanks to … Continue reading Public Health and Public Swimming Pools: Let’s Dive In!

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Easing Seasonal Affective Disorder

One month into school and you may have experienced a certain shift in your mood, and this could be from the change of weather, or the shorter days that we have. Seasonal affective disorder is a form of depression that can hit us hard during this time of the year and it can start at the same time each year. The truth about depression can … Continue reading Easing Seasonal Affective Disorder

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The Man Who Conquered Time

Edmonton is home to many aspiring artists, who are using this pandemic as an opportunity to hone their skills and develop the approach they will take to make an artistic stamp on the timeline of our interesting city. From painters who express life on canvas during the Art Walks on White Avenue, to those who are making and selling various types of masks online, there … Continue reading The Man Who Conquered Time

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Tips For Handling The Holiday Season

Finals are upon us. Which can leave us as students with much stress, and we have to prepare for exams but also the upcoming Holiday season. With everything that has gone on in the world, many people can say that 2020 was the worst year. This year our mental health has been tested by the pandemic and trying to get ready for the holiday season … Continue reading Tips For Handling The Holiday Season

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From The Editor: Tips I would give to my 1st year self

I remember my first day of university like it was yesterday. Realistically, I started my adventure with Concordia a year and a half ago. But even with my first year gone and now amidst my second year, I have learned some things I wish I told myself when I was first starting this crazy adventure!With this post being from the editor, I thought that I … Continue reading From The Editor: Tips I would give to my 1st year self

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Like It’s Christmas

Every year around this time there are many stresses in our lives: midterms, work andkeeping on top of our mental health. But there are many things to look forward to! Whether it was reading week, the beautiful fresh powder that makes our city look like the icy plains of Hoth or being able to buy left-over Halloween candy on sale. Around this time of year … Continue reading Like It’s Christmas