Depending on who you are, this may either be a huge surprise or the most redundant post/news ever, but I’m attracted to women, not dudes, aka a lesbian. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I have received a number of comments and questions on my sexuality, generally within the first month of people knowing about it.
Why are you in university? Why are you at Glendon? Why your specific program? Why are you still here?
These are just a handful of questions #TeamAwesome decided we should try answering this month.
Here’s my story:
Les cours sont commencés, la semaine Frosh tire à sa fin et depuis 3 jours je cours un peu partout pour me trouver des amis chez qui dormir.
September is here, the first days of school have finally arrived, and friends old and new are everywhere. I’m finally in Toronto seeing people, and absolutely loving it. Lire la suite
After a rather uneventful week, I found my dose of blogging inspiration in the #GL2020 group on Facebook today.
Everybody wants to be a master. Everybody wants to show their skill. With the release of Pokemon Go just over a week ago, a huge amount of people have been heading out into the world to start their journey to be the very best like no one ever was.
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Day 3 in the new house. Operation cleanup is supposed to start today. Maybe we’ll be able to bring in boxes soon. I mean, I’ve been living out of a bag since I went to my dad’s last Thursday. Lire la suite
Last night, I was privileged enough to witness pure magic onstage. I got to see Riverdance’s 20th anniversary tour at the Ed Mirvish theatre.
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Not much happened to me this week, and yet it’s as if it passed in the blink of an eye. If the rest of the summer continues like this, I won’t see it go by at all! Lire la suite
So today, I have a guest in a pretty interesting program. You might remember me mentioning Aurora in my post about Lignes & Formes. Aurora is one of my friends in the Individualized Studies program at Glendon that not really many people seem to know about. She’s an artist and linguophile who wanted to have a broader approach to education instead of just focusing on one of her interests. As such, I thought she’d be a great source of info about the program, her experiences with it, how it works.