The Study Hall will run from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 9 to 13 and again April 16 to 20.
Even though it may seem convenient to have all your clothes, food, and electronics readily available in a singular location, it is important to understand the repercussions that occur...
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“Student evaluations are a key part of ensuring a quality learning experience,” Nina Blanes, Douglas College Instructor
Twitter has the innate ability to connect users from around the world using only a hashtag and internet access.
Words, despite what we say about sticks and stones, can have an impact on par with physical trespasses.
Going somewhere that’s off the major transit routes? No problemo. Bikes can get you there, and usually in less time than it takes to bus anywhere in Vancouver.
It appears that some see these celebrities as godlike figures, instead of just as people trying to make a living for themselves.
According to Facebook’s press release, approximately 76 million users’ info was leaked to Cambridge Analytica, with 622,161 Canadians affected.