Societies across the world have pursued the ideal of beauty and of perfection over the centuries. In the Age of the Internet this exercise has become a sinister routine, largely … Continue reading A Sign of Hope
I graduated with a B.A (Honours) degree in International Relations & Criminology from the University of Toronto in 2019. I also completed an Art Fundamentals certificate from Sheridan College, Oakville in August 2020. I write web content and advertising copy and am actively looking for work at present!
“If an individual possesses the confidence to become academically or professionally successful, it is foolish to expect that he or (very often) she will not exercise the same confidence in what they choose to wear.”
For those of you who occasionally read and, in the best case scenario, actually follow this blog- I owe you an apology for the lack of regular blog posts. In … Continue reading 10 Things Learned & Experienced, Processed, Stored- The Hume-esque College Guide for Students of All Ages
If social media were a person, it could very justifiably claim that it can do anything and everything. From generating awareness (and money) for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) to trying … Continue reading How solid is your solidarity?
Freshmen are often told that they will “discover themselves” at university. The discovery happens both inside and outside the classroom. There are multiple possibilities; the changes that others have told … Continue reading Ruminations on….well, read on and figure it out 😀
To be or not to be- Daily dilemmas of the regular UofT student Shakespeare’s oscillating, moody protagonist left us a few wise words before dying. Let us explore how they … Continue reading To be or not to be….choices of an average University of Toronto student
Recently while updating my Facebook profile, which I do very rarely now because Facebook is a massive distraction, a number of “stories” popped up on my news feed. Many of … Continue reading A 100 likes, 50 comments and an overworked newsfeed 🙂