The precarious and stressful nature of the situation forced one student into accepting zeros on assignments and they are therefore compromising their grades … What’s more, one student lamented about having to order a kid’s meal from Dairy Queen just to get fruit and milk.
I often felt assailed by a feeling of emotional inertia where I would be stuck in either anxiety or drowsiness because confronting the cacophony of unwelcome changes and adaptations brought on by being a student with this virus was too much. In the midst of this internal struggle, I also was chagrined by a nagging injunction to be positive, to be productive, and to put my feelings to the side.
All clubs and course unions, listen up.
When an adult cougar went walking through several Kelowna neighbourhoods earlier this month, it garnered consistent news coverage. But our history with wildlife in British Columbia shows that media hysteria and fear are much less effective at building a healthy relationship between people and animals than respecting animals personal space, life histories, and habitat.
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