How to flirt in online classes
How to find love when learning online.
Swapping out partying for virtual workshops
Student associations aim to bring the frosh experience online for Fall semester
How’s this for an icebreaker? Students talk turn-ons and toys over OnlyFans.
Lonely remote students finding online alternatives to the university experience.
How Le Gym can help you stay active
How Concordia is helping you stay fit from home.
Players and staff excited to get back despite lingering concern over pandemic
Stingers gear up for fall return despite concerns over pandemic.
Concordia Students’ Nightline Volunteers Share What It’s Like to Answer Anonymous Calls
Concordia Students’ Nightline, an active listening service, is now a fee-levy group. What is it like for its volunteers to take late-night calls from anybody about anything?
An Intergenerational Gap Separating Parents From Their Children
What happens when the pressures become too heavy and there’s nowhere left to turn? Three first-generation Asian women explain the complications surrounding their heritage and their mental health.
Why Do We Obsessively Document Our Daily Lives, and What Does It Do to Us?
“Wait, wait! Don’t touch it yet, I have to take a pic first. Do you mind?” Just as I was ready to take a bite into my exquisite scone, I stopped, placed my fork back on the table, and positioned my plate nicely next to hers.
For Some, It Alleviates Anxiety and Creates a Space for Focus and Creativity
As a slow, repetitive, creative process that requires sustained attention, cooking became one of the least destructive ways to channel that need for calm and focus.
We Can’t Overcome Mental Health Stigma by Glamourizing Dangerous Tropes
The idea that artists must embrace emotional turmoil to fuel creativity is a needlessly destructive one.