Tag Archive: rosi

Dropping a course like it’s hot

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Schoooooooooooooooool Schoooooooooooooooool If we count the two summer terms, I’ve been at UofT for sixteen terms. In that time, I’ve dropped a lot of courses. This week, I dropped two more. As a full time student,… Continue reading

Choosing Your Courses for the First Time! 

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It was only a year ago that I was an incoming freshmen, so when I say I “remember feeling anxious and nervous about choosing my courses” I actually mean it. It was literally… Continue reading

The Secret to the Perfect Schedule

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Thursday, August 8, 2013 – 6:02 am: Stephen: No, No! It says it’s ‘Temporarily Out of Service’! Is yours working? Leah: It’s loading! Stephen: Mine’s not even loading! Leah: I’m on! Stephen: You… Continue reading

A&S Urban (and not so Urban) Legends

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For Arts & Science students like me, there are a lot of things you hear, some of them real and some of them legendary. These legends (or maybe even myths) are always the… Continue reading

Ubuddy is my Buddy!

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School has just started and I’m already tangled up in a web of course announcements, emails from my professors and fellow classmates, newsletters from the university, events listings from associations I take part in,… Continue reading

What exactly are you running for?

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“If I don’t even pay much attention to our own country’s elections, why should I bother with my school elections?” This is the common excuse that I have received when asking around about… Continue reading

ROSI, I love you, but you’re bringing me down.

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Hey y’all, happy summer, happy post-Pride, happy heat wave! It’s a beautiful morning here in Koffler, if a bit muggy outside, I’m visualizing the wonderful salad I’m going to eat at lunch today,… Continue reading

The Breadth Requirement: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue

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I have this theory that the Faculty of Arts & Science, like the plethora of technological advancements that continue to seep into our everyday lives, is almost always trying to make things less… Continue reading

Making sense of the U of T elections

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You’ve seen the posters everywhere on campus – Vote for so-and-so! And somewhere in your subconscious, you probably realized there’s an election coming up at the University. But if you’re like me, you… Continue reading

How do I shrug off the label “WAIT-LISTED”?

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I have an exam in 3.5 hours. Any coherent statements I make will have something to do to with the fundamental principles of justice, the prosecution process or police discretion. Turning off the criminal law… Continue reading