One's fantasy is another's reality

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

January 18, 2007 Ed Cartoon

The Buried Life is a group of Vancouver students who recently travelled the country building and checking off a list of things to do before dying, while also helping strangers do the same.

Is this an example we should all follow? Or is it a waste of time, the so-called “runaway” generation’s predictable response to real-world responsibilities?

The popular image of youth " often held even by youth themselves " is polarized into two stereotypes. (read more)

New Year’s resolutions

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

Do all my readings, don’t procrastinate, work out three times a week, stop smoking... every new year, people make numerous promises to themselves " some empty, some potentially advantageous. In January the gym is crowded with people you wouldn’t normally see and fast food sales probably drop. (read more)

Mouthing Off

How do Western students feel about New Year's resolutions?

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

“I didn’t make a New Year’s resolution, but I’ve just been going to the gym and trying to be healthy.”
"Senid Islamovic
Business I

“I think they’re stupid. (read more)

The Gazette's New Year's anti-resolutions

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

1. Screw the gym: challenge yourself to an eating contest or junk food marathon.

2. Saving money is for jerks: spend it on something completely ridiculous. We suggest renting a bouncy castle or funding elaborate pranks on your roommate. (read more)


Sorry, there isn't a current poll.

Please check back later.


Copyright © 2008 The Gazette