Campus life

In Defense of Loneliness

There is something to be said for loneliness. To be clear, loneliness is not merely the act of being alone. Loneliness can be experienced in a crowd– in my experience, more often so. There is a theory that I’ve come across a few times in the endless labyrinth that is the Internet. The theory goes

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Importance of Role-play

We all know that ‘Practice makes perfect’ or ‘Perfect practice makes perfect’. Well, that’s exactly how role-playing works. It allows you to try new things and make mistakes without costing anything. Plus, you get to learn a lot of as it is ‘experiential learning’. Yes, it is a bit intimidating for a lot of folks

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Proving Professor Wrong

I have always been a realist. It is very hard for me to grasp a textbook concept if I can’t relate to anything in real life. That’s why I loved courses, like marketing and human resources, that had a lot of case studies and hated courses, like finance and economics, that had a lot of

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Upcoming Events and Job Fair Expo

Website:  Job Fair Event Brite is a keyword to enter in your search engine to locate job fairs!! Hire Canada is a Job Fair and Training Expo to be held in Pearson Convention Center in Brampton on June 15 from 11AM-3PM .  Location:  2638 Steeles Avenue East Canada Job Expo to be held on July

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Perspective on summer jobs

With the winter semester coming to an end, it’s time that everyone looks for a summer job. Besides students, there are several graduates who are looking for summer jobs as they couldn’t land a full-time gig. The most popular places for summer employment are the restaurants, followed by grocery stores and finally retail (the mall).

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