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Advice from a Senior

Advice from a Senior

I remember walking into the Bronfman building for the first time in 2009. It was, to say…

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Transforming* Guiding* Leading* Teaching Youth in the Far East

“Many things can wait. Children cannot. Today, their bones are being formed, their blood is being made, their senses are being developed. To them, we cannot say ‘tomorrow’. Their name is today.”

—Gabriela Mistral, Chilean teacher 1899 — 1957

Having spent every summer either working or studying, I was…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

I will never forget my favourite teacher Mrs. Casella. She was my grade 9 and 10 math teacher who was “old school” in her teaching methods but knew the material inside out.

She did not believe in calculators, especially graphic ones, and gave us more assignments and practice sheets then…

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Midterms Already?

As the first month of school draws to a close, we must all face the inevitable onset of midterms. For some of us, this means that it is finally time to unwrap the textbooks, but for those who are right on track, it is simply a time to review the…

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He'll Never Be Our Best Friend

The thing about Ryan Luchuck is that you can’t just like him. You have to LOVE him, in an all consuming — desperation if you miss him on a Thursday night — getting into fights at the bar over who he likes better — crying at the end of…

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Ballet and Beer

Collarbones-what an overrated body part. Ask any rugby player and that’s what he or she will tell you. In fact, protective equipment, sobriety and a running tally of the score or a countdown clock? For wusses!

Rugby looks like a pretty bad-ass sport to any innocent bystander…

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