Author: Garima

Garima is a second-year Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Student at YorkU . She no longer blogs regularly for the YU Blog but may post on occasion as a guest-blogger.

Posted by Garima on June 28, 2016

The other day I was casually browsing through my LinkedIn feed when I came across a post from a company named Brilliant Ads. As you can see in the photo, there’s nothing special; just a regular news ...
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Posted by Garima on June 23, 2016

A post of mine published last week highlighted the Visual Schedule Builder (VSB), its uses, functionality and the Paper vs. VSB game. This time, however, I thought I would do things a little different ...
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Posted by Garima on June 16, 2016

Figuring out your course schedule for the upcoming school year just got easier! Before I reveal all the details . . . A little flashback: Just more than a year ago, I was an incoming student with litt ...
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Posted by Garima on June 15, 2016

Yesterday you may have read my colleague Sam’s post, “Meditation — A Key to Success.” This article is part 2 of that post. Have you ever been told or thought to yourself, “you just lost the ...
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Posted by Garima on June 7, 2016

Let’s face it: summer on campus can get quite boring. Campus life slows down significantly and most of us would much rather be in a tropical place like the Bahamas, swimming with the dolphins or tak ...
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Posted by Garima on June 2, 2016

Commuting: one word, nine letters, and the countless, dreaded hours spent on any form of transportation. In my first year, I was one of those res-staying, meal plan–using, wake-up-10-minutes-before- ...
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Posted by Garima on May 31, 2016

I will be one of the first to admit that besides my Grade 9 project on the Aurora Borealis (commonly referred to as the Northern Lights) and its origins based on Indigenous folklore, I was never as we ...
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Posted by Garima on May 24, 2016

Hello YorkU! My name is Garima and I am a new blogger here on the YUBlog! I like to think of myself as a full-time student, a part-time blogger and an avid traveler. To start things off, I would like ...
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