How University Has Made Me Bolder

This week's post has three main components:  the Ontario Universities' Fair, a striking moment of self-realisation, and most importantly, hair-dye. This was my first year attending the Ontario Universities' Fair (OUF). I had no need to go as a high-school student because I decided where I wanted to do post-secondary studies very early on. (Spoiler … Continue reading How University Has Made Me Bolder

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Why You Should Make Friends with an International Student

Weeks ago, I jokingly told my fellow eAmbassador Isabel Duque, -who is Colombia born and Ecuador raised- that I was going to write a post about her. I was just messing around at the time, but the idea stuck so here we go; an Isabel-inspired blog post: Despite it's small size Glendon is a great place … Continue reading Why You Should Make Friends with an International Student

The Holidays, A New Semester, and #oneword365; a threefold update from a lazy writer

Sooooo, it's January. The holidays are over, a new year has begun, and with it comes a new semester. First semester was a bit of a struggle for me, -as it is for many first years- there's just so much to adjust to! University life can definitely be a shock to your system, and us … Continue reading The Holidays, A New Semester, and #oneword365; a threefold update from a lazy writer

Choosing Glendon: My Weirdest Reason

I’ve detailed many of my reasons for choosing to go to Glendon on this blog previously, but never my strangest one: I deeply, deeply appreciate the way Glendon brands itself. Branding, advertising, public relations, whatever you want to call it, is something I’m interested in, or rather, fascinated by. Also, despite not being particularly knowledgeable, … Continue reading Choosing Glendon: My Weirdest Reason