PINK SHIRT DAY LUNCHEON RAISES OVER $45,000 FOR ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAMS IN B.C.

How can the colour pink help put a stop to bullying? The truth is, it can’t. But wearing a pink shirt on February 25 does do two things...

 

HOW YOUR PHONE IS CAUSING YOU TO AGE FASTER

We are all aware that phones and technology have changed our daily interactions and how we gather information. But now, chiropractors have noticed that phone usage is also changing how our body functions, and it's not looking up. 

 

JAPANESE STUDENTS ARRIVE TO CLEAN VANCOUVER SHORES

Apparently the Japanese strongly believe in cleaning up after themselves. Seventy students funded their own trip to Vancouver Island to clean up the shores of B.C.'s coast, after a tsunami washed an estimated 20 to 25 million tons of debris into the sea. 

 

INTERVIEW WITH DJ NICKY ROMERO DURING VANCOUVER SHOW

Eight-hundred avid fans packed into Celebrities night club in Vancouver to experience the undeniable talent of EDMs newest golden boy, Nicky Romero.

 

EDITORIAL: THE SELFIE GENERATION

A study released by Nature Neuroscience revealed details on genetic imprinting. Rats were given a mild shock to the foot whenever the smell of cherry blossoms were emitted, which led them to the association of the fruity smell with fear. That fear was discovered to be imprinted in the DNA of the sperm and passed on to their pups – who without any prior experience, were overcome by fear when they too smelled cherry blossoms.

 

Editorial: the truth about backpacking europe (and why I will never do it again)

There is no doubt that traveling will change you, challenge you, and open your eyes - to what exactly I can't be sure. Some moments, places, and people will blow your mind, while other moments will make you feel just like everybody else, or worse, like you're wasting your time.