Just Keep Writing, Just Keep Writing, Just Keep Writing, Writing, Writing…

So now that you’ve all become such improved writers, it does seem unfortunate that we are only two sleeps away from the end of the term. I know what you’re thinking: Graphy, I’m tired of essays, and tests, and school,... Continue Reading →

When in Doubt, Consult the Experts: Writing Tips from a Few Famous Friends

I know you are all deep into writing just about everything these days: theses, essays, reports, cover letters, and resumes. And I know that when you’re switching rhetorical gears, it’s easy to focus on formatting requirements and forget the bottom... Continue Reading →

Writing Wednesdays with Gary Graphite: Gone Writing

Gone Writing: Hope you are doing the same! So here we are, a whole week later, and what a week it’s been! I’ve been slugging through some pretty deep essay-writing quagmire, hanging with my friends, and scrambling to put together... Continue Reading →

A Cheatsheet for Academic Formatting

Friggin’ formats, am I right? They’re so confusing, and there are countless rules and regulations to follow. It also doesn’t help that there are at least three different types I can think of off the top of my head! I... Continue Reading →

Release the Zombies: How to be Your Own Writing Action Hero

So I don’t know about the rest of you, but these long winter nights have been just the thing for getting caught up on The Walking Dead. The other night, after about seven straight hours in front of the tv,... Continue Reading →

Who do YOU want as your UPEISU President?

By: Lorelei Kenny & Morin Mawhinney Justin Clory Justin Clory is a third-year political science major who is currently an Arts Rep on the SU council and a representative on the SU Advocacy Team. Although he claims to be involved... Continue Reading →

Meet the Contenders for the VPSL Position at the SU Elections

By: Zach Geldert Megan Rix A third-year sociology major, Megan has served on student organizations in different capacities for the past two years. As the secretary of the Soc/Anth society, clubs coordinator of the Student Union, and an NSO group... Continue Reading →

Here Are the VPAX Candidates for the SU Elections

By: Zach Geldert & Elizabeth Iwunwa It is student union executive election season! As a preamble to the March 1st debate, hosted by the SU and moderated by the Cadre at 7:00 pm at the Wave, we sat down with... Continue Reading →

Prof Lovin’

The Cadre reached out to twelve couples within UPEI’s administration, faculty, and staff, and of those twelve couples, five agreed to participate. We are very thankful to these couples for willingly putting themselves under the spotlight. It’s more clear than... Continue Reading →

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