Concentration Playlist

The end of summer is nearing, and the realization that soon early mornings, homework, and uniforms will be upon us is finally starting to dawn on us. Here are 15 songs to help you ease your transition back to schoolwork. Listen to the playlist here.

Intro - The xx

Alone in Kyoto - Air

We Move Lightly - Dustin O’ Halloran

I’m Forest… Forest Gump - Alan Silvestri

Threnody - Goldmund

November - Max Richter

Monterey - The Echelon Effect

Little Sines - Rhian Sheehan

Holocene - Bon Iver

The Shore - Woodkid

Edge of the Ocean - Ivy

Hope Valley Hill - Helios

Fanshawe - El Ten Eleven

All I Need - Air

Playlist by Luca Leung / Photo  by Jamie Lee

Auschwitz survivor Miroslaw Celka walks out the gate with the sign saying “Work makes you free” after paying tribute to fallen comrades at the “death wall” execution spot in the former Auschwitz concentration camp in Oswiecim, Poland, on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp on January 27, 2015. Seventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz, ageing survivors and dignitaries gather at the site synonymous with the Holocaust to honour victims and sound the alarm over a fresh wave of anti-Semitism. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN

Save Time During the Week

We are always busy. Homework, work, friends, appointments, cleaning, more work. This quarter I’ve worked out a way to keep myself a little less stressed than usual, and I think this could be helpful to many students. It involves two things: good time management and working ahead. Read more»

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Here’s a starter guide to developing a meditation practice. Why meditate? Well there’s a bunch of benefits: makes you calmer and happier, you can become less sensitive to negativity, increases compassion, reduces risk for numerous diseases, improves relationships, increases creativity, aids skin health, makes you mindful, etc. So basically you become a better person.

I do it every morning with the aid of an app called “calm.” It’s a great way to get started since you’re guided through the process and it keeps track of your sessions (I’m on a 50-day streak, yay!). Without the app I would pretty much do what is described above.

For a more in-depth piece on meditation, I recommend checking out this post on

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