Learn what the AMS Student Health Care Plan covers and how easy it is to use through my own experience using it for the first time.
Discover how to find balance in the digital age through my digital detox journey and practical tips for a healthier, happier student life.
This blog post will help students to feel empowered with the knowledge they need to start journaling and understand how journaling can benefit their overall health!
This blog post aims to help students at UBC discover the best outdoor study spots on campus, providing insights into each location’s features and ambiance.
Everyone encounters challenges at university – you’re not alone! Get to know our student staff team, and their advice for how to overcome common university concerns.
We compare ourselves to others constantly, often to our own detriment. Chris sheds some light on how reference points make silver medal winners and heavy social media users unhappy.
This time of year can seem dark and dreary, but these fun activities will spice-up your study breaks! Take a look at some ways that you can eat, craft, and exercise your way out of the winter blues!
How have you adapted to online learning? This week, Lina walks us through setting up ergonomic study spaces and scheduling for success!
As we’re entering the beginning of our winter semester, you may find yourself on the receiving end of a lot of people’s well intended advice. Click here to find out why I’m telling you not to listen to them.
If you have been having a hard time budgeting your food allowance, Minori shares a few tips and recipes that will give you the best bang for your buck!
Do you wonder why we have negative or positive thoughts? Meditators believe it stems from the formation of attachments to our thoughts and behaviors.
Everyone has mental health. Many of us struggle with mental health problems and some of us will experience mental illness. As a student, your mental health matters.
It’s 2 a.m. in the morning and you glance at the bottom of your Word document. 1500 words to go in 7 hours, I can do this. But the long day of unengaging classes, standing at work and arguing with your roommate about chores just makes you want to hit the sack. No, I […]
Students at UBC are often well-versed with the myriad of resources available on campus. Throw one of us a problem and we can often quickly spit out a resource that we know our peers and ourselves can access: “Feeling sick?” “Go to the doctor?” “Not getting the grade you want in classes?” “Get a tutor.” […]
With classes out, the overall decrease in academic stress can often leave students without any clear sense of purpose. However, it also opens up many new avenues for personal achievement. Whether you’re taking classes, working a job, or immersing yourself in foreign cultures, in the words of the late Steve Jobs, now is the time […]