Tag: student life

Posted by Garima on November 8, 2016

Paper Those of you who have been following along with my tips and resources for personal branding know that there’s one last piece to go: having talked about the concept in general and then focu ...
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Posted by Sam on November 1, 2016

Building on one of my previous posts, The Importance of Applying What You Learn, I thought I’d take the next logical step and tell you about Experiential Education (EE). It’s one of those ...
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Posted by Garima on October 25, 2016

If you’ve been following my mini series on personal branding, you’ll know that today it’s time for part 3 of how to craft a successful identity to help you achieve your goals: Online ...
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Posted by Garima on October 20, 2016

If you read the YUBlog earlier this week, you will know I’ve started a mini series on personal branding. Today we’re on to part 2, which deals with branding yourself in person. Person Ofte ...
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Posted by Garima on October 18, 2016

Hello readers of the YUBlog! With the bi-annual Career Fair behind us, I thought this would be a great time to write another Career Talks post. Since first impressions are very important when meeting ...
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Posted by Sam on October 13, 2016

This is a mini-post I have been meaning to write since I began working here at the YUBlog. Not because it’s particularly informative, but because it involves one of the most universal past-times and ...
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Posted by Simone on October 6, 2016

Hello again, international students! After giving you tips on how to prepare for your arrival in Toronto, making a few suggestions on what to do once you get here and preparing for classes, it is now ...
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Posted by Sam on September 29, 2016

I was having a conversation with a friend a couple days of ago about a particular classmate in one of her courses. She was irritated by her classmate’s tendency to interject into any class discussio ...
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Posted by Sam on September 22, 2016

As a first-year university student, wouldn’t it be wonderful to peer into the future and have a conversation with your fourth-year, senior self? You could find out what you wish you would have done ...
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