Voodoo Haggis and Getting Started: Part 2 of the Interview with Marie Fitrion

Marie Fitrion is the owner of a Toronto-based catering company, Urban Acorn, which she runs with her husband. Several weeks ago, I interviewed her and we spoke about a manner of things. The first part of that interview was published in the article “Voodoo Haggis and Sparking Joy“, which you can read right here. This … More Voodoo Haggis and Getting Started: Part 2 of the Interview with Marie Fitrion

When “Good Vibes” Get Bad – Toxic Positivity

“No bad vibes!” I’m sure you’ve seen this message before. Maybe you spotted it scattered over an array of colourful notebooks at Indigo, or on that one over-enthusiastic influencer’s Instagram. If that doesn’t ring a bell for you, how about the phrase urging you to “always look at the bright side!”  You get the gist: … More When “Good Vibes” Get Bad – Toxic Positivity

Easy Ways to Feel Energized While Studying For Hours

Hadley TranOctober 24, 2020 Self-studying, either reviewing materials you learned in class or studying new things, is not so enticing after a long day at school when your brain cells are extremely exhausted, and of course, it is not a delightful way to spend an evening. These little tips may come in handy when you … More Easy Ways to Feel Energized While Studying For Hours

The Oracle

The OracleNovember 12, 2020 So, we at the newspaper have a wonderful new advice column starting soon. It all began when someone writing for the paper needed this question to be answered: “How can I balance the stress of a new relationship and exam season at the same time? My partner is very needy, and … More The Oracle

Mental Health After High School

Yuliia HrytskivJune 25, 2020 It is a common occurrence of late that post-secondary institutions have experienced crises regarding their students’ mental health; instances of mental breakdowns, depression, and suicides have been well publicized. Those institutions with more competitive programs have become famous for triggering mental health events in their students, and are feared by many … More Mental Health After High School