Until I scream – A sestina poem

It’s World Poetry Day, how could I not post a poem? Try to find a pattern in this one! (You can probably scroll all the way down to find out how a sestina poem works – but that’s no fun!) Also, my Creative Writing class is coming to an end – the one I wrote this poem for and […]

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Motivation and Success 101 – A Course Syllabus For Life

I had to register for summer school today and after looking through so many courses I found a golden syllabus for one amazing course I thought I’d share with y’all: PS Please don’t actually go looking for this course.  

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Everything you need to know before you get involved in student politics

Running for a position on your school’s student union is the most gratifying, beautiful, wild, horrendous, and draining thing you will ever do in your undergraduate years of university. Going into it, I was so naive to think it would be “just another learning experience.” And while I did learn a heck of a lot, I […]

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VIDEO: 8 Answers on the French Concurrent Education Program

So, you want to apply to the Bachelor of Education directly from high school? Perfect! I have just the video for you: *DISCLAIMER* I’m a student in this program and if you have admissions questions, please email: rkhargie@glendon.yorku.ca Here’s the link you would have found in the description box on: Subjects (teachables) for the junior/intermediate teaching […]

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I am homeless and apparently so are you #whyareYUhere

Yes, I may have just called you homeless. BUT. Before you start throwing shade (or shelter my way… depending on the type of person you are since I’m also homeless), let me explain. I am not homeless – I am blessed to be living under a roof with heat – though sometimes it’s a battle to use […]

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How to get bad grades and still succeed

October is the month we students start to feel a little sad because we get back our marks from our assignments/tests we submitted in September… Or is it just me? It also prolly has something to do with the weather. *Disclaimer: The title of this post may be misleading to some – because you should know you won’t graduate university […]

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