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.
If you are wondering how to balance part-time work or volunteering alongside your studies — check out this student-led guide which discusses the benefits and drawbacks of working as a student!
Figuring out how you could best navigate UBC and develop personal learning styles? Read Sarah’s post on how she approached studying while neurodivergent.
Read student reflections on academic preparedness, university success, and resources to help lay a strong foundation for academic learning at UBC.
In the first installment of her series, Tiffany shares how to keep up excitement and relationships as we live and learn online.
This week, Chris shares how he’s benefitted from seeking out mentorship, and how you can reach out to someone, as well!
Time differences can make online learning complicated, and that’s even more the case for scheduled events like exams. Read on for our tips for being prepared for your big day!
Are you worried that your online exam won’t go smoothly? This week, Tam shares her tips for being well prepared and organized in preparation for finals season!
You might be wondering – why would anyone work on campus? This week, Madeleine shares why she finds it so worthwhile, and how you can find a good job to fit your preferences.
Have you been wondering about what resources are available to further your academic and/or career goals?
Keeping focus in the digital learning environment can be challenging, but Chris has some tips for identifying and navigating your common distractions!
How have you adapted to online learning? This week, Lina walks us through setting up ergonomic study spaces and scheduling for success!
Going to university means managing your time all by yourself. In this blog, Tiffany shares her personal tips for balancing activities with studying.
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.
Given the rapid switch to remote learning this term, this new environment of online learning has had its ups and downs. Here are some resources to help with this challenge.
As a fellow student, I know what it’s like to wake up and have absolutely no motivation to get any work done. Have you ever wondered what the neuroscience behind motivation is?
Does it help studying at all? And, if so, what would be some great music to listen to? In this blog, I will explore the answers and share you my learning experience with music.
In my earlier years at UBC I rarely went to office hours, but more recently learned how helpful they are. I believe that going to office hours often have a considerable benefit.