In the latest for Mind your mind, Daphnée Lévesque talks about her favourite uplifting videos.
My life is connected to those of every Indigenous woman, girl and Two Spirit person because of the violence we face daily. You may know what MMIWG2S is, but you probably don’t understand its reality.
Today, I’m going to share my favourite mental health related Instagram accounts. When I follow accounts that focus on mental health, self-care and therapy, it makes me feel better about my struggles and the fact I am not alone.
Since its creation, hip-hop has always been an outlet for Black exploration. Hip-hop is slowly dying and we are watching it unfold right before our eyes.
So this year, find the time to vote. Take the time to translate your angry Reddit comments and venting sessions with your friends about the AMS and UBC into a vote.
We’re not here to tell you who to vote for, but we will be honest about each candidates’ strengths and weaknesses.
Travelling off campus opens up a whole new world within Vancouver.
They reduce my anxiety, help me when boredom settles in and comfort me when I need to distract myself or cope with a painful feeling.
On behalf of some of my colleagues and peers, I would like to express that this move is incorrect and will negatively impact students.
Having a routine, no matter how it looks, can make you feel more in control and help you stay in school.
"From the window of the bus, Délé could see plastic bags and sheets of paper dancing non-rhythmically without cause for embarrassment."
We use the vapid euphemism "mental health" all the time, but we obviously have no idea what it means.
Why is cultural appropriation so hard for folks to understand?
Do we as black individuals feel like we have conquered or proven something by being in an interracial relationship?
Knowing your limits and experimenting in a safe space before a big bender is incredibly important.
Volunteering has so many benefits, but for me personally, it increases my self-esteem and adds purpose to my life.
I came to UBC expecting a safe environment and supportive space for Indigenous students. Seeing a white supremacist welcomed on stolen land was jarring.
Navigating the healthcare system can be so tricky that it’s important to learn how to advocate for yourself.
My mother always taught me that whakapapa (ancestry) is everything. If you have the whakapapa, it doesn’t matter how much you know about your people, because you can be taught.