"At first, as with any teenager, I was like 'uhhh do I have to volunteer?'"
It started as a requirement for service hours and continued into a life changing experience. Eighteen year old, Nadia Niky, has involved herself in numerous volunteer and community initiatives throughout her high school career and nowJuly 2011: Nadia Niky
Hey you, yeah you. Be honest, don't you think that you're way too attached to your cellphone these days? Are you one of those people who can't live a single day without your phone?
If so, congratulations! You're part of the 84% of the world's population who may be diagnosed withMe, My Phone and I
The past seven months flew by in a musical daze...how to sum it up?
I never considered myself a radio person until June 2010 when an intriguing email landed in my inbox. A show I had never heard of was looking to fill positions I did not feel qualified for. IMal's Musical Recap
"It's not like you have to go out and invent your own volunteer program," says November's Youth of the Month, Amy Bains. It isn't about the recognition or the large groups to volunteer with, or even the large fundraisers to travel across the world and volunteer her time over there.November 2011: Amy Bains
Volunteering, working, studying to be a doctor, Co-Founder of a fundraising organization, religious and yet still has time to be a social butterfly! Adam Stich is the ideal example of a balanced guy. Studying Animal Biology in his third year at the University of British Columbia as one can imagineOctober 2011: Adam Stich
For Almira, making a difference doesn't necessarily equate to accomplishing great feats or getting well-recognized for what she does. All she needs are Saturday mornings with a gym full of enthusiastic kids.
Almira is a recently graduated Kinesiology Major at SFU. Labelled by one of her friends as "one of theMay 2011: Almira Tanner