Posts By: Karl Low

Karen Lam

Karen is currently completing her Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Systems at Athabasca University. She is born and raised in Alberta and currently works in an administrative role in health care. When Karen isn’t working or studying, she enjoys watching anime, learning French and Korean, and taking her dog Beau to new adventures!

The Reading List—February 2021

Last month, most of the books I recommended were primarily non-fiction books targeted towards starting off the new year.  However, most of us know that there is much more to appreciate in fiction, mystery, and sci-fiction novels! If you are thinking that you do not have time for reading—you may be wrong.  Reading can be… Read more »

Course Exam—Anthropology 362

If you have a course that you would like to see a Course Exam article written for, please feel free to email us at voice@voicemagazine.org with the course name and number, and any questions you may have about it, and we will do our best to answer the questions for you! ANTH 362 is three-credit… Read more »

Celebrating Chinese New Year Virtually

Friday, February 12, 2021, marks Chinese New Year! As a Chinese-Canadian, my parents and their family come from Hong Kong and have always celebrated Chinese New Year after coming to Canada.  With that said, Chinese New Year is not only meant for the Chinese culture, but anyone can also celebrate it.  If you are looking… Read more »

If you have a course that you would like to see a Course Exam article written for, please feel free to email us at voice@voicemagazine.org with the course name and number, and any questions you may have about it, and we will do our best to answer the questions for you! PHIL 371 (Ethics in… Read more »

Books to Start off the New Year

2020 was a challenging year for all of us.  With the pandemic, it has impacted us in many ways and as a result, we all had to adapt to a new normal.  Here we are, starting 2021, still living under a pandemic, however, now with vaccines rolling out, we can finally see the light at… Read more »

Course Exam—COMP 200

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Course Exam—Math 215

MATH 215 (Introduction to Statistics) is a three-credit introductory statistics course that “gives students a working knowledge and understanding of descriptive and inferential statistics and how statistics is applied in the sciences, social sciences, and business.” This course has no prerequisites; however, fundamental mathematical skills are expected, specifically in algebra.  For students who are concerned… Read more »

Tools for School and Work

Studying, working, and family commitments can be a handful.  Having a good routine and organizer is essential to help us remember and keep track of important tasks, dates, and commitments.  Here are some useful tools for both school, work, and family commitments! Trello Trello is a project management tool where you can create tasks and… Read more »