Is College the Death of Relationships?

Is College the Death of Relationships?

By Karlie Mickanuik Relationships ending at the start of new semesters is a common theme for students. It is normal to hear endless stories about how couples that had plans to get married ended things over the semester break. According to a study done by Campus...
College Students Watch Porn as a Distraction

College Students Watch Porn as a Distraction

By Chris Avery According to psychologists, the number one reason college students use porn is for a distraction. The next most common reason students watch porn is for education on sexual intercourse, and for stress relief. In a peer-reviewed study about user...
Misconceptions of the Sex Trade Industry

Misconceptions of the Sex Trade Industry

By Shawna Bannerman Even as one of the top sex workers in Canada, providing services to high-profile and well-known businessmen from around the country, Sara Hannah* did not feel empowered. “The whole time that I sold sex…I always carried a bit of shame because...
Why Hormonal Birth Control is Bad for You

Why Hormonal Birth Control is Bad for You

By Nicole Murphy Hormonal birth control is often marketed as a tool to regulate a woman’s cycle when in fact it stops ovulation from happening completely. This can cause problems with a female’s mood, physical development and overall health. Chloe Skerlak, a Holistic...
The Nest Named Best Campus Bar 5th Year in a Row

The Nest Named Best Campus Bar 5th Year in a Row

The Nest has been an accredited Best Bar None venue for 6 years and have been named Best Campus Bar for the 5th year in a row. The establishment has also won the People’s Choice Award for 2 straight years. Michelle Dirksen, manager, and her staff (above) accepted the...
International Students Adjust to Life at NAIT

International Students Adjust to Life at NAIT

By Sara Gouda There are 1,900 international students at NAIT from 88 different countries. There are some challenges such as socializing, dealing with homesickness, language proficiency and finding residence. Russian student Ekaterina Mekshenkova transferred from...
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