How food and sleep can make or break your classroom experience

So we’ve spoken about asking the right question in class, we’ve spoken about stimulating and participation in classroom discussion and we’ve spoken about active listening. But what about your living habits that moderate these actions? It might not seem so…

Hear it from a second year: dropping a course, readings and midterm reviews!

This week Psychology specialist Soha Salman helps us unpack some things she learned from her first year.  Now that she’s in her second year she’s put these insights to great use. Whether you’re in the middle of your first year…

When Theory meets Reality on Opioids: An interview with Laurie and Hayley

About a month ago before winter break, I had the pleasure of interviewing two of your fellow U of T peers in the Pharmacology program about a course they took last semester: “PCL389H1:Understanding the Role of Pharmacology & Toxicology in…