Having an abundance of volunteer opportunities is one of the many reasons why I love Toronto.
This past summer and throughout the fall semester I have been contributing to the U of S Numerical Simulation Lab as a research assistant.
Well, another great semester at the University of New Brunswick is in the books!
This past summer, I did an internship at the Genome Sciences Centre (in the BC Cancer Agency) under Dr.
I took on a second research internship this fall, in an organometallic chemistry lab. Whenever I was not in classes I was in the lab, working
You could be forgiven for thinking the most important thing in university is studying as much as possible to do well on tests, assignments, and pro
This past April, my travels took me to back to China where I visited my family.
As I sit in my living room, post exam season chaos, I find writing this blog post particularly challenging.
Having finished my third semester here at McGill, I feel as if I have fallen into a comfortable routine in my life, wherein I have had opportunity
Every semester typ
This past summer I had the opportunity to volunteer in South Africa with an organization called Operation Wallacea.
When reflecting upon this past fall semester, I cannot help but feel astounded at how much really happened in what felt like a brief moment in time
What a whirlwind semester it has been.
What do student politics and playing in an indie-synth rock band have in common?
As my first term of university comes to a close, I reminisce the late nights, mini panic attacks, and pre-exam memories that mark this first taste
This summer I was very lucky to have the opportunity to travel to Alexandra Fiord, Ellesmere Island (north of the magnetic north pole) to work as a
Third year, first semester has been one of the busiest.
I left Rouyn-Noranda for Quebec City at the end of August because I wanted to be there at least one week before the semester starts.
A big question in cancer research is: What is the most effective way of identifying and diagnosing cancer?
This semester has been a pretty crazy one! Since being accepted into the Engineering and Applied Science faculty, and my chosen discipline (p
This past summer, I had the wonderful opportunity to train as a full-time beach volleyball athlete in Toronto. As a member of the U22 Provinc