We know that studying for exams can be stressful and time consuming, leaving only so much time for cooking. A delicious meal can make all the difference to boost your wellbeing and mindset. Below are 5 easy and tasty recipes for you to try.
After seven weeks of dealing with endless classes, assignments, and tests, the long-awaited reading week is finally around the corner. You will be able to enjoy one week of free time, but how should you use it? And how can you get the most out of it? Below are several tips that could help you enjoy your reading week.
It’s almost reading week, which means you’ll finally have some time free from lectures. You may be tempted to ditch your routine and spend the time relaxing, but then you look at your syllabi and notice you have all your midterms the week after. How do you stay on top of your game while maintaining your well-being and finally watching that new series that just came out?
The topic of mental health can be confusing, overwhelming, and stigmatizing. So this year, in honour of World Mental Health Day, we debunk some of the myths and misunderstandings surrounding mental health and highlight some of the resources available to uOttawa students.
Are you a dancer, singer, artist, musician, juggler, comedian? This is your time to show the uOttawa community your talents! Send us your 30-60 second pre-recorded performance before November 11th for your chance to win up to $2,000 in prizes!
One thing I’ve always loved about Ottawa is the food – It’s never a problem to find a restaurant that will cater to whatever craving you might have. Whether you’re an Ottawa native or new to the city, you’ve got to try out one of these local spots the next time you’re feeling hungry for some good food. This list has got something for every occasion, all within walking distance of campus: