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Education

Scholarships, awards, and bursaries

University is undoubtedly an expensive endeavour, but an increasingly necessary one. A 2018 Macleans article stated that the average yearly cost of post-secondary education in Canada was $19,498.75. This, of course, included everything from tuition to transportation. Now with the

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University is not job training

There are dozens of potential factors to consider when choosing whether to go to university, which program to enter, or which major to declare: interest, difficulty, and quality of programming are just a few of the big ones. These factors

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Education

The virginity myth

On Nov. 6, 2019, 39-year-old rapper T.I. “Tip” (real name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr.) disclosed while on an episode of the Ladies Like Us podcast that he accompanies his 18-year-old daughter, Deyjah Harris, to her gynecologist appointments in order to

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Happy home graduation

Whether you’re graduating from high school or graduating from years of university, it likely wasn’t the ending you expected. Ceremonies and formal celebrations have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still commemorate all your hard

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The art of staying home

If you’re missing a refreshing bit of art in your life, be sure to scroll through the John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery Facebook page. The page features work from MacEwan University fine art and design students. Due to COVID-19,

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Education

How to ace from your home space

Let’s be honest, we’re all missing the freedom we had pre-pandemic. Many of us are probably even missing going to actual classes in university. We really took those long lineups at the Building 6 Tim Hortons for granted. But for

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Education

How to vote

Monday, Oct. 21 is Canada’s upcoming federal election. It’s an exciting time for those who have voted before or are passionate about politics, but for first timers or those unfamiliar with Canadian politics,  you may find yourself thinking it’s complicated.

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Learn English through singing

When it comes to learning a second language, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all method. At MacEwan University, singing is a dynamic approach used in the Pronunciation II class that makes learning English incredibly easy for students.  Learning a new language is

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Education

Supporting the whole demographic

University student demographics are changing, and student populations are no longer made up primarily of recent high school graduates, says Irfan Chaudhry, director of the Office of Human Rights, Diversity, and Equity. With this changing demographic comes an increased need

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