2014 Newsfeed Archive

Laying the Foundation

Spring 2014

My first year of University was a success; I can officially call myself a second-year student!

– by Sarah Khan • Schulich Leader at University of Victoria

Sometimes, being a doctor, isn't just medicine

Spring 2014

This session , I am officially listed on the certificate of Psychology at the University Laval.

– by Sacha Lajoie • Schulich Leader at Université Laval

Challenges plus friendships equals lifelong memories

Spring 2014

After finishing my first-year of engineering at the University of Alberta, I can say that the past 8 months have been an eye-opening and captivatin

– by Michelle Liu • Schulich Leader at University of Alberta

I Finally Figured It Out!

Spring 2014

It's been a dilemma for as long as I can remember: what do I want to be when I grow up?

– by Grace Marcoux • Schulich Leader at Memorial University

Git Inspired

Spring 2014

2014 has been a busy year for me. Now that I’m halfway done school, I really want to squeeze the most out of my next couple years.

– by William Kwan • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto

What a Year!

Spring 2014

What a semester!

– by Jamie-Lee Freeston • Schulich Leader at Queen's University

An Exciting Co-op Term in Silicon Valley

Spring 2014

My winter co-op term was one of the most exciting and valuable experiences in my life so far.

– by Nicole Pitre • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo

The Year of New Realizations, Friends and Opportunities

Spring 2014

Entering Dalhousie was like entering an entirely new world of opportunities! The university gave leadership a new meaning.

– by Maike Van Niekerk • Schulich Leader at Dalhousie University


Spring 2014

At this point in my university career, the semesters are starting to blend together – passing too fast, with too much going on to really feel

– by Qadeem Salehmohamed • Schulich Leader at University of Alberta

Looking back on great year and forward to and even better one

Spring 2014

This past semester at UNB has been a thrill-ride full of speed bumps and new opportunities.

– by Brady Hooley • Schulich Leader at University of New Brunswick