Do you know people who are stressed out? Seem to be pulling away or sleeping way too much? Just don’t seem to like themselves? Being at university can be stressful and it helps to know how to manage that stress. When the stress seems to be too much to bear and you notice changes in your friends’ behaviour and attitude, there are things you can do to help them (and yourself).
Over one month of second semester has passed already and FEBRUARY BREAK is just around the corner! With that being said, courses are probably starting to pick up and the crunch to finishing things before hitting the beach or a snowy ski hill are really starting to sink in. Maybe it’s a paper, maybe it’s a presentation, or maybe it’s something else altogether. But one thing’s for sure: whatever it is, you can find the information you need for it at a library. [Read more…]
Don’t have a goal? Unsure where to start? Try these five. They are super easy and won’t overwhelm your schedule. Set a date for one month from now and in 30 days you will have five new healthy habits! [Read more…]
The Dalhousie/King’s Spanish society is hosting La Velada: Carnaval this Thursday, February 16th from 6pm-1am in the McInnes Room. The event is open to all ages! If you’re sick of the snow and the cold and need a break from midterms, grab yourself a ticket! You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
And to give you a bit more information about the event, we caught up with Rachel Butler, the secretary for the Spanish Society, to learn more.
Moving across the world can turn your life upside down and make you miss the familiarities of home. The beginning of the semester often means new culture, food, and experiences. For this International Student Spotlight, I spoke to Jessica Dalrymple, a 3rd-year management student from New Hampshire, USA. Jessica serves on the board of directors for a school in La Colline, D’Aquin, Haiti. She is also the President of Project Management, Treasurer, and Co-President at Enactus, a student entrepreneurial organization.
I talked to Jessica about what it was like leaving home, what she misses the most about it, and her favourite things about Canada.
189 Dal students said they were sexually touched by another person without their consent*. Many people think that it doesn’t happen, but it does. So, what is consent and why is so important? And what is the line that when crossed, is classed as sexual assault?
You may find yourself quite content here at Dalhousie. However, there are tons of ways to get involved! Including running for a position in the DSU elections, especially if you are passionate about your Dalhousie community! Even if you’re already involved, if you have ideas or want to be one of the ‘voices’ for the Dalhousie students, run for a position in the DSU election!
It could be your favourite or least favourite holiday, but the day of love, chocolate, and flowers is almost here. Whether you’re single and ready to mingle or have that special someone, check out some ways to make your Valentine’s Day fun!
You don’t have to fly off to Cuba or Mexico to have a great time this reading week! While you might not get a tan, you’ll definitely be recharged, refreshed, and ready to tackle the rest of the semester!