The moment I realized I’m not fully confident in French, and what I’m doing about it | Article Bilingue

I dialled back a phone number the other day after I had missed their call (& after googling the number of course to find out whether or not they were legit. Trust issues? I think so.) A woman answered the call in French. Totally taken aback, I subconsciously answered in English, then proceeded to scold…

280-character tweets I can get on board with: Your encouragement for the week

So recently, Twitter changed its character limit. Instead of 140-character-tweets, it's 280. Some people like it, some don't - kinda like the snowfall we've had in the past week, which I absolutely loved (probably either because I don't drive and therefore don't have to brave the streets or because I'm rooting for a white Christmas,…

Buckets need breaks, not holes – you’re not alone | 6-min read

We all go through seasons of stress and anxiety and all the emotions that make us want to scream in an empty parking lot as loud as we can. Unless you have a cold right now and would rather curl up in a ball & cry instead. I'm with ya. There is so much screaming…

When was the last time you said “thank you” to your health? | 5-min read

If you commute to Glendon via TTC, you probably know where Sunnybrook Hospital is. This Thanksgiving, our Glendon eAmbassadors team is talking about what we're thankful for; we call it #ThanksGLiving! Check out the posts this week by using the hashtag across social media! So last week, I hopped onto a bus after class to…

An Everyday Make-Up Look for School + Answering Personal Q’s with Kris

University life is all about trying new things - so here's to this make-up look I tried out courtesy of the amazing Kristianna! She also asks me some questions about my experience in school so far, and I attempt to answer with up to zero ounce of sugar coating! Enjoy the treat 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlxDtzlPIKo If…

If every month had a definition: University Student Edition

Between balancing responsibilities, celebrations, and plain old life, we can probably give the months of the year specific definitions at this point. Here's how I see it: January: way too quiet it’s kinda sketchy, people slipping on ice, Ryerson students apparently still on break? February: singles awareness month, Christmas tree still up, probably pretending to enjoy…