Of course, finishing at the U of O wasn’t the scary part. That would come shortly after, when I had no idea what the hell I was going to do next.
In all honesty, I’ve never really understood the phrase “you are what you eat.”
From about Dec. 15 to Jan. 15, the most exercise I got was unwrapping presents really fast and lugging my suitcase on and off of Greyhound buses.
While abortion becomes a hot topic in Canada once again, I can’t help but wonder if people still don’t really understand the meaning of the term pro-choice.
My experience growing up in a rural community provided me with unique opportunities to not only take from the environment, but also to give back to it.
When it comes to dieting and fitness, motivation is absolutely essential. I learned this the hard way in an oddball bet with my father a few years ago.
You may have heard of it as the “lemonade diet”, but no matter what it’s called, I have one word to sum it up—gross.
I should preface by saying that I’m not actually dating anyone right now, so I’ll be using my relationship with my summer boyfriend as my yardstick. Josh, if you read this: I’m sorry, but journalism calls.
It’s easy for me urge students to use the tools available to them, but it is clear that many of us—myself included—may still have a lot of work to do before we reach that point.