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Precarious Labour: Traffic Control

Unappealing student work seems a necessary component of higher education for millenials, forcing young adults to move further away from home to seek better opportunities for personal and professional growth. Those who seek seasonal work and do not fall into … Continue reading

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My Last Day of Class

Today I’m going to switch it up and do something a bit different: blog (mostly) in pictures! I’ve been falling back on my posting mostly because I’ve been right in the middle of final paper season, and upon freshly printing … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: Some Saturday Afternoon Reads

I’m having a bit of writer’s block as of late coming off this flu but it hasn’t quite managed to curb my appetite for reading material and attempting to keep up with what’s going on around me in the world. … Continue reading

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U of T Has Changed Their Cell Phone Policy During Exams

I didn’t really focus too much on school this past reading week, so it was only really today that I managed to read this email from the Arts and Science Faculty Registrar explaining an alternative to the cell phone policy … Continue reading

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How to Get The Most Out of Your Reading Week

So much reading, so little week? It’s getting close to the end of most Ontario university students’ mini break from school, but that doesn’t have to mean choosing between homework and fun and (maybe) a little relaxation. All it takes … Continue reading

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Peaceful Sunday Mornings, Intense Study Sessions

I feel like being a young adult these days requires a re-evaluation of how you are supposed to spend your time. I remember as a kid my weekend routines (perhaps stereotypically) consisted of waking up super early on Saturday mornings … Continue reading

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