British Columbia and International Students … by Ali Najaf

Ali’s prize of an iPad Air was generously donated by: It’s been four years since I arrived in Canada from Pakistan in 2012, my experiences as an international student have been incredible. I’ve formed close relationships with people from all over the world, learned all about their cultures, and had the opportunity to become a […] Read More »

End of summer, new beginnings… by Leat Ahrony

It’s that time of year where we are saying goodbye to the long summer days and getting rain and snow gears out from our closet. Luckily where I am living in Victoria BC, sunshine is still making its way through my windows. There are the occasional raining and windy days which is making the grasses […] Read More »

Small, but Mighty – Choosing College as a Post-Secondary Institution

By Anna Fernandez August has been a whirlwind of changes – from ending an amazing co-op work experience, to taking another step towards my academic and career goals, and lastly, embarking on a new adventure to study abroad. This fall, I’ve been granted the opportunity to study European Art History through my college’s Study Abroad […] Read More »

Hiking Up Garibaldi Lake

Anna applies some of what she’s learned from her last hiking adventure and takes on Garibaldi Lake! By Anna Fernandez Here are some of my ‘notes to self’ from my previous hike: Make sure you are quite comfortable with the path before you go on the hike. If you aren’t feeling too confident prior to […] Read More »

Ideal Summer Days for Vancouverites by Anna Fernandez

A columnist from the Economist recently declared Vancouver, along with Vienna and Geneva, to be “mind-numbingly boring”, despite the cities’ livable city rankings. Yes, Vancouver is livable with its scenic and breathtaking views, but no, it is not “mind-numbingly boring”. Vancouver is a city that I learned to appreciate. Like the columnist from the article, […] Read More »