Campus Life

A glimpse into the week-to-week activities of Schulich Leaders on campuses nationwide

1/5 VET!!!

Summer 2014

Hi everyone,

– by Flavie-Anne Boulerice • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal

A semester full of changes...

Summer 2014

Quite amazingly, my second semester at the University of Alberta has flown by even quicker than my first.

– by Taylor Rocque • Schulich Leader at University of Alberta

5 Things I Learned from my Freshman Year

Spring 2014

1. Be an active member

– by Flora Jung • Schulich Leader at Western University

Where did all the time go?

Spring 2014

I set down my pencil after an arduous three-hour organic chemistry exam and forced out a sharp sigh of relief.

– by Grace Wang • Schulich Leader at Western University

Fast-Paced

Spring 2014

It’s hard to believe that I’ve finished two years of my university degree already; it feels like it was just yesterday that I was movin

– by Cole Walsh • Schulich Leader at Memorial University

A Rewarding Time at the University of Alberta

Spring 2014

My time at the University of Alberta has been enriching!

– by Nikita-Kiran Singh • Schulich Leader at University of Alberta

February 4, 2014 ~ "Hope for Happiness INC.

Spring 2014

Please don’t look at me like that. No, I’m not just a university student here to swindle away your money and “invest” it in a night of frat-party fun. Sigh.

– by Jen-Ai Lai • Schulich Leader at University of British Columbia

Soy Flour-Induced Euphoria

Spring 2014

This term I found myself continually amazed by the perseverance of individuals passionate about their work.

– by Jennifer Borchert • Schulich Leader at University of Victoria

Aspiring to Inspire

Spring 2014

As my first year of University has come to an end, I look back at the highlights of my experience.

– by Joan Miguel Romero • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto

Figuring Out First Year

Spring 2014

Finishing my first year of university has taught me so much about how to study effectively, what I'm interested in learning about and how to in

– by Annie Schubert • Schulich Leader at University of Saskatchewan