This article is written in particular reference to the upcoming Referendum taking place on February 8th to 11th 2019. Does it doesn’t really matter? All uOttawa elections are pretty similar. With that in mind, here is the timeless guide of who to vote for in any upcoming uOttawa election.
So it’s finally October and we all know what that means....MIDTERMS! You thought I was going to say Halloween, didn’t you? Well, psych, cause university students aren’t that lucky.
It’s a well known fact that during midterms everyone’s miserable and hating life, especially those of us who’ve already been here for a couple of years.
Thankfully, I am here to help all you lovely folks out
Well you’re all settled into this semester by now and you may be wondering what the future holds for you at uOttawa this year. Do you look in excitement or fear of what’s to come? Well I’m going to get rid of the uncertainty in your destiny and tell you what’s going to happen. I have done great amounts of research of the previous years to predict what will happen. I’m like those scientists that talk about Global Warming.
How do I spend most of my time as a student at uOttawa? Well it’s definitely not studying. In fact, it’s probably a ton of other things, but basically sitting around and procrastinating. Got an exam to study for, an assignment to write, an email to send to the prof, well if you’re a human being you’re definitely gonna spend the first several hours and/or days procrastinating.
So here’s a list of the Top 10 Ways to Procrastinate.