A student at the bilingual Glendon College (and campus) of York University in Toronto, Canada. Originally from London, Ontario, I work as an Ambassador at Glendon’s department of Student Recruitment and Applicant Relations. Last year I went on an exchange at the Institut d’études politiques de Rennes in France.
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*Two things I would like to note. The first being that it is now February March and this post is long overdue, and thus I say, ‘oops’. The second is that I actually had to look up the plural of ski, because … Continue reading
“Millions long for immortality who don’t know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.” – Susan Ertz Sundays are an odd thing. Throughout most of my life, Sunday was the dreaded day of the week wherein I would wake … Continue reading
When I wrote my post about my trip to London, naturally I wrote more about the adventure than the random details or what was going through my head at the time between the adventure bits. I thought I might mention … Continue reading
This wasn’t the post I planned to put out today, but I hope you enjoy. It’s a bit of a ramble, but very fitting for this kind of Monday. Following this weekend, one of indulgence and not of any productivity … Continue reading
*Click on pictures to enlarge them* While the autumn “reading week” has become more and more scarce at universities back home, the French still make sure to enjoy some time off for vacation at the end of October, called les … Continue reading
It’s been one month of living in Rennes, and I can’t quite describe how I feel about that. While this past month seems to have gone by in a hurry, it also feels like it’s been much longer. It seems … Continue reading
L’Hôtel de Ville and motto of Rennes, Bretagne, France.
Rain has begun falling intermittently from the dark skies as the weekend draws to a close. Thinking back to where I was only a week ago, I find it interesting to think about how life can seem to change as … Continue reading
… “Kentoc’h mervel eget bezañ saotret”, the motto of Bretagne in Breton language, or in English, “Rather Death than Dishonour” I’ve finished more than a full week of my exchange and can confidently say that if the rest of the year … Continue reading