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We are a mere 2 short weeks away from Reading Week 2017… Can I get a HELL YEAH!? This article is for the all the lucky students that get the opportunity to travel over reading week to somewhere warm (check out my Winter Skincare Tips article for how to survive if you’re staying home).
In a world where bad news seems way too frequent and good news doesn’t seem to come as often as we need it, it is important to highlight the good news that is happening in Canada and around the world.
Ok now I don’t know about you, but I LOVE a good brunch. Like, LOVE. As in love so much last semester I probably went at least twice a week (which I am toning down this semester because brunch is $$ and I don’t have a lot of that right now), and let me tell you, I think I’ve been everywhere possible in Kingston.
With nearly instant news updates, photo sharing, and the ability to share what’s on your mind with the click of a button, social media has presented itself as a tool utilized to shape a communicative framework that alters our perception of the real and the ideal.
Fret no more, MUSE readers, because we’re here to save your skin with some winter beauty skin tips that will have your skin back to feeling moisturized and loved once more.
Frost Week is that limbo period between coming back from Christmas break, and having any major assignments, which makes it one of the most underrated times of the school year. To maximize your leisure time and minimize stress, here are some tips to get the most out of your Frost Week.
I hate to be the one to break it to you but winter break is over. I know, I know it came and went much faster than we all expected, but now it’s time for the new (school) year.
Don’t be fooled, I’m struggling, too, but when it comes to studying, I go all out. I’ve tried all sorts of methods and have some tips that actually work. Beware, you probably won’t like them but trust me, you’ll feel better during (the fast approaching) exam season if you follow these.