Read on to find out how getting involved can better your university experience too! In my first few years at Carleton, I thought getting involved would not be easy, and being in a sorority would be all I needed to be involved on campus. As I was approaching my final year I realized I was about
The SOAR Student Leadership Conference brings together Carleton students who participate and present in leadership workshops throughout the day. This year’s guest speaker was Arlene Dickinson. Summer Lewis, 3rd year Criminology and Criminal Justice student with a Concentration in Law and a Minor in French. Co-Presented: “All Aboard the Mentor ‘Ship'” As a student presenter for SOAR,
“Do something enough and it becomes second nature. You might not feel that you’re a confident person. You don’t have to be confident- just act like you are. Project to the world that you have confidence, and eventually, as the world responds, you may find you have developed real confidence,” says Olsen. We can all suffer
When I was a student here many years ago, I was what you’d call “on the introverted side.” From time to time I would muster up the will to hang out with people I didn’t know at Roosters or Ollie’s, but more often than not I would settle in my room in residence and read.
Charles Dickens is well known for his classic Christmas story, A Christmas Carol. Did you know that it was the first in a series of five Christmas books that he wrote from 1843-1848? Following the success of A Christmas Carol in 1843, Dickens produced four other Christmas titles including The Chimes: A Goblin Story, The
Read on for seven tips to successful dressing. When dressing beyond our comfort level as university students, it may be confusing or even difficult to understand the best practices for appropriate dressing. It takes practice to become confident in dressing for different occasions. Even business professionals sometimes get it wrong. Here are a few tips to help you make