After high school, everyone goes their separate ways, with many people getting right on the road out of town. Some spend a gap year traveling, some enroll in schools across the country or in other countries, and some drive a few cities over to live the dorm life. Even now in university, students are intrigued […]
Like many third year undergraduate students, I was going through an SFU mid-life crisis; a time in which the fear of not being able to land a field-related job after graduation was ever more prevalent. Thankfully, joining the SFU cooperative education program was the perfect antidote as it provided me the skills and resume boosting work experience needed to ensure a successful future out of university.
Travelling on your own is awesome. YOU get to decide all the where, when, and whats, and even get to eat whatever YOU feel like. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make some amazing friends while you’re doing you. Here are seven tips to help you find people to share your adventures with along the way! Lonely? Never.
The issues surrounding religion can be highly sensitive and are seldom discussed freely in societies that are rooted in a particular one. Having moved away from home where I was raised Christian, I finally got the opportunity to question a lot of what I knew. I came to the conclusion that it is indeed possible for one to be spiritual without necessarily having a religion.
Most “normal” vegetarians have boring and limited vegetarian options, and non all meat eaters want to go for dinner at a vegetarian restaurant. Here’s four great places where everyone wins. Vegetarians on first dates… you’re welcome.