Preparing for exams requires a lot of time and energy. Not providing your body with proper nutrition can definitely affect your academic performance. To make the most of your studying time, why not prepare your meals ahead of time. Having a meal plan will help ensure that you’re eating healthy, nutritious foods that are filling and boost your productivity.
Here are some quick and easy, budget-friendly recipes from which you can choose your favourites and create an exam time meal plan.
Meet Yvan Mongo, a third-year forward and newly named captain of the Gee-Gees men’s hockey team. He is also the creator of Mongo’s Brave Buddies, a program that aims to make a positive impact in the lives of BIPOC minor hockey players.
The stress of holiday shopping is real! So why not create homemade gifts this year for your loved ones? Do-it-yourself (DIY) gifts are seen as more meaningful because they show how much effort you put into them, and that is always appreciated! Here are eight cheap DIY holiday gifts that will put a smile on anyone’s face!
Author: Kisanet Kebedom, Student Life Content Creation intern
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing us to transition to online classes, the uOttawa community has been forced to adapt to this new reality. Many of the services that used to be offered in person are now offered online, and new services have been created to address the new challenges of this virtual reality. These events and workshops can help you do your best learning from home and stay motivated, focused, and connected!
Author: Kisanet Kebedom, Student Life Content Creation Intern
Podcasts are a growing medium that comes in all kinds of genres and covers all kinds of topics. The University of Ottawa has been riding the podcast wave, with many members of the University community creating podcasts of their own.
Author: Peer Educators, Global Health Team, Health Promotion
With flu season rapidly approaching during a global pandemic, we are constantly bombarded with information about disease prevention and how to stay healthy. To set the record straight on this important information, we at the Global Health team want to discuss a few myths and facts about the flu, COVID-19, and staying healthy this fall and winter.
Mental health and wellness is a topic that can be heavy, confusing or highly stigmatized. In honour of this year’s World Mental Health Day, we invited our community at uOttawa to ask a few questions about mental health and wellness to our team of Mental Health and Wellness Counsellors from Counselling Services.
Is there really a one-size-fits-all answer here or is it more complicated than that?
Now that most of us are studying in a virtual context, you might have to adjust your strategies and reassess how you learn best. Here are four types of studiers and their strengths; try to see what best describes you.
Spooky season is here! And much like your money, you don’t want any of your food to go to waste! To keep the holiday sustainable, here are some tips on how to keep it green, even while carving that orange pumpkin! It starts with your pumpkin and what you do with it!
I’m a fourth-year student, and for 20 years of my life I was convinced I was straight. It was only very recently that I decided to embrace something that explained a lot about feelings I’ve had thus far: the fact that I was pansexual.