SUSK's National Coordinator Danya Wasylyk writes about the importance of learning about genocide and the impact one teacher left on her life.
Student Editor Alexandra Holyk discusses a "fool's spring" and how to be optimistic after more than a year in the pandemic
SUSK past president Stephanie Nedoshytko takes a deep dive into the problem with debutante balls, commonly seen in the U.S.
Social Director Maya Pankiw explores a more positive mindset and setting goals for motivation
SUSK's Secretary Chase Gargus gives readers an update on how he's coped with quarantine
External Director Anastasiya Gorodnicha shares her personal new year's resolutions and inspires readers to make new habits
Internal Director Danya Pankiw reflects on her volunteerism over the years and how that affects time management in post-secondary
Project director Kira Dzulynsky highlights the values of mentorship for post-secondary students
Alumni Director Raissa Dzulynsky shares her personal experience with SUSK and why she thinks other post-secondary students should join, too.
VP West Nykola Dovgyy shares some helpful tips for how to get through the last few weeks of Zoom University.
VP Central Larisa Hemon explores another aspect of the Ukrainian diaspora — rooted in Bosnia & Herzegovina
VP East Marc Darmohraj dives deep into Paraná's Brazilian-Ukrainian culture and history
Vice-president Finance Irina Boyko shares some online and socially-distanced event possibilities for our USOs this year
Devon Sereda Goldie provides some tips and tricks for the new school year based on her own experience throughout post-secondary.
SUSK President Roman Grod looks at the many ways Ukrainian-Canadians can give back to Ukraine and the benefits that come out of doing so
Outgoing Internal Relations Director Andrian Prichliak writes about his experience during the pandemic and how he keeps a positive mindset.
Chase Gargus, president of the UVic Ukrainian Students' Society shares some laughs and a recipe you 'dough' not want to miss!
Devon Sereda Goldie works with students and collaborators in reflecting on the Canadian identity and the WW1 Internment Camps.
Luba Maslej turns to her grandfather, or dido Emil's history and recognizes the sacrifices he made, comparing them to the things she finds challenging now.
Devon Sereda Goldie calls on Ukrainians to listen, educate themselves, and acknowledge their privilege in support of the Black Lives Matter movement across the world.