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5 Things I Learned In My First Semester Studying Digital Marketing

From SEO to strategy, 5 key things I learned in my first semester studying digital marketing.

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Why Real Young Women Make Real Good Role Models

“Role models really matter.  It’s hard to imagine yourself as something you don’t see.” –Chelsea Clinton The Oxford Dictionary defines a role model as ‘a person looked to by others as an example to be imitated’. Despite this seemingly clear and simple definition, it is often widely debated whom and what constitutes a ‘proper’ role…

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Leadership Where We’re Not Looking

There’s a lot of things that baffle me about this crazy world we live in. And I don’t mind not understanding it all. But there’s one thing that’s been really bothering me for a while now, and it’s something we need to have a discussion about. And that is, how many times I’ve been asked “Are…

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Homecoming is More Than Broughdale

I knew I wanted to write something about homecoming, but as I sit down to write this I’m a little bit stuck on what to say. A lot has already been said, and from the practical perspective (policing measures, university collaboration etc.) I don’t really have anything new to add. So I figured I’d throw out…

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Despite The Bad Press, Don’t Paint All Student Leaders With The Same Brush

Recent events that have happened on post-secondary campuses are entirely unacceptable and need the attention and discussion they have rightfully gained. However, for every student leader who does something attracting negative attention, there are countless others doing incredible things on our post-secondary campuses, incredible things in their own right as well as a lot of…

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Sharing the Road the Swedish Way

One of the most depressing parts of coming back home from Europe was getting on my bike again. It wasn’t the bike itself that was the problem (although I can definitely feel that I haven’t been biking much for 3 weeks, owww), but rather where I am forced to ride. I spent most of my…

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What I’ve Learned in Seven Months of Physiotherapy

-no pain no gain. but not too much pain, back off when you need to, especially if you’re in the middle of a flare up. -I will always take pleasure in the looks on people’s faces when my wrist cracks so loud that they can hear it. -your physiotherapist is just as frustrated as you…

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