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Thu. Oct 22nd, 2020

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Due to COVID-19, everyone has to practise social distancing which reduces human contact. But in fashion and art schools, human connection is paramount for collaborations, inspiring new ideas and learning from teachers and friends in practical. So, how does staying at home affect fashion students creating new content? _shift interviews three fashion students from University […]... Read More
Coronavirus is forcing students across the globe to change their usual ways of life. With everything we know as normal changing on a daily basis, we are having to adapt. And, even though students are still able to complete their degrees, rents, bills and household needs do not just stop altogether. There are very few […]... Read More
Unwillingly placed in the world of the newest Netflix binge Too Hot to Handle, where contestants are locked in a ‘retreat,’ outlawed from touching, kissing, or getting physical, GenZ seems to be favouring cybersex during the Coronavirus times – using sexting as escapism through possibly their most traumatic experience thus far, sadly without the $100k […]... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we're chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Heather Ogden, principal dancer at the National Ballet of Canada (and previous Best Health cover girl!), shares how an average day of social distancing looks for her and her family.... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Leeanne Colley, founder of Toronto's Tips Nail Bar, shares how she keeps her business running and her team in good spirits.... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Lisa Brookman, a psychotherapist in Montreal, shares how she does her job from home and what's troubling her clients during the pandemic.... Read More
Now that many summer events and activities are cancelled due to Covid-19, we're left to find other reasons to spend time under the sun's rays (while being safe and socially distant). Here are some outdoor games and activities—some for you to do alone and some for you to do with your quarantine companions—that are sure to bring you joy.... Read More