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
Wow time has really flown by. It's been two years since I started my journey in Saskatoon.
I realize that every project falls behind one of the following categories : what you want to do, what you can do and what you do.
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.
This term I found myself continually amazed by the perseverance of individuals passionate about their work.
As my first year of University has come to an end, I look back at the highlights of my experience.
My second semester has been an amazing end to my first year at SFU.
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
It is hard to believe that my first year has already come and gone.
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
The second semester moved more quickly than the first, but was academically very successful.
They say the journey of personal growth is a long road.
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.
I cannot believe I have completed two full years as a Schulich Leader at the University of Ottawa.
Ah, Spring is finally here and the harsh Saskatchewan Winter is behind us.
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?