Lauren Hoyt

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Shaking things up in Fredericton

Julia Gilliard never saw herself as a leader, but after working at the Costco bakery for eight years, she quit to follow her dreams. Now...

Commentary: What I wish I knew before I left home

Growing up, I was a homebody. I didn’t go out with friends often and I never partied. If I went shopping, out for dinner...

Making the decision to vaccinate

When you log onto any social media site, there's a chance you’ll find an anti-vaccination meme. Known as anti-vaxx or anti-vaxxer memes, they tell...

Life hacks to give you back your life

Free time is a rare commodity among university students. While balancing classes, jobs, exercise, a social life, eating and sleeping, it’s hard to find...

Balancing love and learning

When your schedule includes university classes, work, sleep and some time factored in to eat, there’s not much room for anything else. A relationship...

The art and meaning of tattoos

When asked how many tattoos she had, Melissa Roy took time to count. She concentrated, whispering the numbers until she reached six. "Whether I have...
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