The Social Collective presents the What were you wearing? exhibit

For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic has made life more difficult. The current situation and social distancing complicate things, such as organizing activities to prevent sexual violence. Yet, despite students being absent from campuses, sexual violence has remained very much present in their lives and can manifest itself in a variety of forms. In […]

The ASEQ Foundation becomes the Social Collective

Significant changes are taking place within our Foundation, which has recently changed its name and is now known as the Social Collective! It’s much more than simply changing our name and logo, we’re also renewing and evolving our mission. Moving forward, the Social Collective will focus on developing and supporting community or social initiatives that […]

Studentcare Vision Network

Our vision is something we can easily take for granted and get lazy about regular check-ups. No, eating a bunch of carrots is not enough! Proper vision is important for everyone, and problems with your vision can have significant social and financial impacts. With proper care, most eye-care problems are preventable and that’s where your […]

Happy new year

To say that the last year was an unprecedented one is an understatement. Loss is the word and the feeling that came up most often in 2020 for many of us – primarily the loss of normalcy. Even though we’ve welcomed a new year, some of us may not be ready to move forward just […]

The importance of student voices

With anxiety, depression, stress, and suicidal ideation on the rise, it is now more important than ever to listen to what youth are saying and to address the growing mental health concerns among this population. Jack.org, Canada’s largest youth mental health advocacy charity, recently released their 2020 Youth Voice Report, which draws on the voices […]