Posts By: Karl Low

Ana Sabo

Ana is a Croatian native whose journey has taken her not only across cities but across continents. With a background deeply rooted in literary pursuits and a passion for helping others, Ana’s path is one defined by steady progress and meaningful contributions, ranging from literary translations to guiding others on their career journeys.
Currently calling Edmonton home, Ana is furthering her academic journey with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Athabasca University. Her studies delve into the intricate workings of human behavior and motivation, adding another layer to her multifaceted skill set.
Beyond her academic and professional endeavors, Ana is a devoted dog enthusiast with severe separation anxiety when not around her pug (yes, you read that right, and no, it’s not the other way around). She’s a big fan of art – whether it’s visual arts or performing arts, she always has an opinion (for better or for worse). Music has always held a special place in her heart, and she equally enjoys both classical melodies and the energetic beats of genres like metal, punk, and rock.

Benefits of Distance Learning for Neurodivergent Students

Education is constantly evolving, and one of the most exciting developments in recent years is the rise of online learning.  While it benefits students of all backgrounds, it has proven to be a game-changer for neurodivergent students, especially those with ADHD. I do want to start by saying that while I personally prefer distance learning,… Read more »

Music Reviews—The Get Arounds

Artist: The Get Arounds Album: I Wanna Live Release Date: February 18, 2023 The Get Arounds, hailing from Vancouver, BC, are a Canadian rock band boasting Lana Ryma as their vocalist, Carman Lethbridge wielding the guitar, Paul Albert holding down the bass, and Eric Lowe on drums.  Their inception took place during the COVID-19 lockdown,… Read more »

Music Review—Music That Humans Can Play

Artist: Autogramm Album: Music That Humans Can Play Release Date: November 17, 2023 Before reviewing Autogramm’s third full-length album, Music That Humans Can Play, it’s worth saying a few words about the band.  If you’re like me and this is the first time you are hearing about them, you’re probably already guessing what kind of music… Read more »