FITF:  First Nations House Lunch and Learn

FITF: First Nations House Lunch and Learn

WRITTEN BY: Zahra Abdi, Senior Mentor, First in the Family Peer Mentor Program and Amber Iqbal, Mentor-In-Training, First in the Family Peer Mentor Program At U of T, I’ve noticed a lot of people are always stressed and so busy…

FITF: Meet the Profs!

FITF: Meet the Profs!

WRITTEN BY: Diane Jesalva, New Peer Mentor A question that many students ask is “why is it important to talk to your professors?”   Making personal contact outside of class can also help your professors get to know you as…

The Importance of Being Unqualified

WRITTEN BY: Amir Kharazmi, AISEC Toronto At the end of my second year in university, I joined one of the largest engineering design teams on campus. As a second year kid with 0 experience in aerodynamics, material science or mechanical…

Advice from the Execs of Healing Sounds of Music

WRITTEN BY: David Ngai Prepare for the unexpected: Events don’t always go as planned so have back-up plans prepared! Enjoy yourself! Things can always go wrong but still try to make the best of the circumstances. To have the opportunity…

Event Planning – Filling the Void

WRITTEN BY: Mackenzie McLaughlin It is not a bad thing that many events on campus draw from the same fabric. It increases total events run on campus and helps with group recognition. This redundancy, however, may decrease event attendance simply…

“I’m Home.”

WRITTEN BY: Christeen Salik, Pakistan Development Foundation (PDF) Photos by: Haris Javed Identity is an odd thing. So is youth. And mixed together, it’s a disaster. Most people around me are at this point in their lives where they’re figuring out…

Dressing for Success

WRITTEN BY: David Lin, Vice-President of Finance at Suits U Photos by: Suits U While academics in university has always been important to me, I was always encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. I joined Suits U after attending one…