As a recent university graduate, I experienced the typical struggle of searching for my "dream" job.
Having an abundance of volunteer opportunities is one of the many reasons why I love Toronto.
I have never been what you would call a decisive person.
I got to talk some courses that I really enjoyed during second term. I chose a major after taking my first biomedical science class.
My first year of University was a success; I can officially call myself a second-year student!
This session , I am officially listed on the certificate of Psychology at the University Laval.
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
It's been a dilemma for as long as I can remember: what do I want to be when I grow up?
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.
What a semester!
My winter co-op term was one of the most exciting and valuable experiences in my life so far.
Entering Dalhousie was like entering an entirely new world of opportunities! The university gave leadership a new meaning.
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
This past semester at UNB has been a thrill-ride full of speed bumps and new opportunities.
UBC; a place of mind. I remember walking through campus a few months ago and for the first time really noticing UBC’s slogan.
With first year of university done, I've made some great friends, had many great experiences and even learned a thing or two along the way.
This second year in veterinary medicine has been full of a broad variety of experiences.
In my second year at U of T I have really discovered how passionate I am about mathematics and physics.
I love to learn- it is my passion.
My experience at Memorial University for my first year was definitely one to remember.
This semester was definitely an interesting one!
Before coming to the University of Victoria, I expected to be overwhelmed by the new and much larger city as well as the calibre of university-leve