2014 Newsfeed Archive

Redefining Myself

Spring 2014

It is hard to believe that my first year has already come and gone.

– by Jonah Zankl • Schulich Leader at University of Calgary

Thinking Back

Spring 2014

Thinking back on my second semester at McGill, I find it both difficult and easy to select defining points of my experience; in four months time, a

– by Daniel Kapustin • Schulich Leader at McGill University

Another Amazing Year Has Gone By...

Spring 2014

Another amazing year has gone by, and despite finishing school a little more than a month ago, a feeling of nostalgia overwhelms me when I think ab

– by Kimia Sheikholeslami • Schulich Leader at University of Manitoba

Facetious and Superfluous Remarks of a Chemistry Student

Spring 2014

The second semester moved more quickly than the first, but was academically very successful.

– by Terry Blaskovits • Schulich Leader at Université Laval

Personal Growth

Spring 2014

They say the journey of personal growth is a long road.

– by Paul Kim • Schulich Leader at University of Victoria

First Year Highlights

Spring 2014

After months of digging through terse passages in textbooks, I was able to gain a solid grasp of the physics and mathematics of quantum field theory and general relativity.

– by Yuan (Jake) Bian • Schulich Leader at University of British Columbia

Science, Dancing, and CO-OP!

Spring 2014

I cannot believe I have completed two full years as a Schulich Leader at the University of Ottawa.

– by Regan Cross • Schulich Leader at University of Ottawa

Coming Out of Hibernation

Spring 2014

Ah, Spring is finally here and the harsh Saskatchewan Winter is behind us.

– by Lance Pitka • Schulich Leader at University of Saskatchewan

Hang On and Never Let Go

Spring 2014

I have never been what you would call a decisive person.

– by Liam Lawrence • Schulich Leader at McMaster University

Beyond the Norm

Spring 2014

I got to talk some courses that I really enjoyed during second term. I chose a major after taking my first biomedical science class.

– by Paige Froese • Schulich Leader at University of Saskatchewan