Friday, February 9, 2018 - Lambton Kingsway Junior/Middle School:
Part of the NHL's contribution to education is through a unique partnership with Everfi, an Ed-Tech company that provides STEM based software to middle and secondary schools across Canada to help students build their math and computer science skills in the classroom. The NHL Future Goals program has a larger mission of inspiring students to explore the STEM subjects by leveraging community visits by local NHL players.
Having an abundance of volunteer opportunities is one of the many reasons why I love Toronto.
The opening scene for my second year at Western University seemed to pass mere moments before the credits.
This semester was largely an introductory one with 4 out of my 5 courses named with "Introduction to-" and as they say, the first impress
In my first year of high school, I pored over the University of Toronto undergraduate viewbook, fascinated by the cultural diversity and the academ
Looking back over the winter and spring I am overwhelmed by the opportunities I've had to learn and grow.
Last semester, I continued my studies as a civil engineering student, a life filled with enriching experiences both inside and outside th
My second year at McGill has now come to a close. It has been a very busy semester, on both the academic and extracurricular fronts.
I have had a fantastic second semester in the faculty of engineering at the University of Manitoba.
WIth second year coming to a close, it's crazy to look back and see how busy I've been this past year, but even more exhilarating to look f
All too quickly, my first year of university draws to an end. This past year has been nothing short of an unique learning experience for me.
Another challenging, yet extraordinary semester came to an end.
A couple months ago, I read an article entitled “Queen’s student wearing Queen’s jacket alerts fellow Queen’s students on Q
Going into York, I thought I had a pretty good idea of what was headed my way.
Coming back to the fair Ottawa winter after a holiday filled with the warmth of family members- old and new- despite the gruelling Saskatchewan col
My first year at York University was a challenging and gratifying experience.
As I reflected on fall semester over winter break, I felt slightly displeased, not with the result, but with my complacency.
This summer, I have the awesome privilege of working on another research project in the same polymer physics lab as I did last summer.
Quite amazingly, my second semester at the University of Alberta has flown by even quicker than my first.
It’s an incredible moment really, when you finally have the opportunity to apply knowledge learned in the classroom to something meaningful,
I am grateful to be a Schulich Leader. My first year at University has been surprising to me.