Three Minutes to Change the World “Fast paced” is practically the antithese of “Grad School.” When you think about explaining your research, doing it quickly is rarely part of the experience. Most of us are prone to panic attacks when our presentations are limited to 45 minutes, discounting the question period as optional. So what do you… Read More Event: McGill Gets Inspired by TED-Talks
by Tracey B Regimbal We’ve all heard of exam anxiety. We’re also familiar with puppy love. But have we heard of combining the two? Dalhousie recently raised a helping paw to facilitate their students during this stressful period. What did they do? A puppy room. Word: Puppy Room Def: noun A room filled with puppies.… Read More Dog Days
by Tracey Regimbal Maybe I’m alone in this, but graduate school sometimes feels like a choice between financial stability now and financial stability in the future. How did I choose? Obviously my passion for sweater-vests and late night cafes made academia a tangible option. When I graduated from my first degree I really thought employment opportunities would be… Read More To Post Grad or Not?