Why you should be a Peer Helper

As a Peer Helper and I’ve been able to create content along with memories

As a Peer Helper and I’ve been able to create content along with memories

Why networking works

Networking doesn’t have to be going to scary events with business cards and people in suits

Networking doesn’t have to be going to scary events with business cards and people in suits

Recent Posts

Why environmental science is the program for me…and maybe you!March 28, 2017

Why environmental science is the program for me…and maybe you!

If university programs were a lottery, I’d say I won the jackpot. I’m a second-year environmental science student who absolutely loves her program. Why? Firstly, it’s defined as interdisciplinary, meaning it focuses on courses from four science departments namely, earth science, physical geography, biology and chemistry. And then there are plenty more courses available from other

7 steps to set you up for success during exam seasonMarch 28, 2017

7 steps to set you up for success during exam season

Help your body help you Yes, that means healthy foods. Give yourself some variety. You don’t have to avoid the chocolate bars and chips for good just remember everything in moderation. You deliver to your body and your body will deliver for you – keeping you more awake, alert and able to concentrate. Sleep on

Why engineering is right for youMarch 24, 2017

Why engineering is right for you

Engineers help shape the world we live in, it’s a profession in which we help design tables, chairs, prosthetic limbs, security systems and many other things. Every profession should have both males and females to have different perspectives. However, according to the Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE) website in 2015, there were 16,222

Campus involvement: Why the Peer Helper Program can be the right fit for you!March 21, 2017

Campus involvement: Why the Peer Helper Program can be the right fit for you!

Hi everyone! I would like to talk to you about the Peer Helper Program here at Carleton. If you aren’t familiar with it, the Peer Helper Program is an amazing opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience outside of the classroom and get involved on campus. With the Student Experience Office, I hold the title

First-time leader, second-time adventureMarch 17, 2017

First-time leader, second-time adventure

From being a first-time participant to a first-time leader, a lot has changed in the way that I view the Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program and how I view the world. And as another great year of ASB comes to a close, I can’t help but look back on some of the most memorable experiences

Government Information Display: Canada First – ConfederationMarch 13, 2017

Government Information Display: Canada First – Confederation

Throughout 2017, the Maps, Data, and Government Information Centre (MADGIC) will be putting together monthly exhibits as part of the Canada 150 celebrations. Visit the Government Information Corner (on the first floor of the Library near the Resource Desk) during the month of March to see our display on Confederation and past national celebrations, covering