Competition and Our View of Success – Exploring the Effects of Social Darwinism

I studied earth system science in my undergraduate. It’s a small program in which we learn about how the earth behaves as one single system. Learning about the earth has many perks, such as traveling to different places around the world with the excuse of studying diverse landscapes and ecosystems. (more…)

Now That You’re an Alumni – Ways to Stay Connected

Congratulations on completing this chapter of your life! It might feel like a small eternity ago since you first received that acceptance letter in the mail. Now, years after taking the leap of moving to a new city, or even just immersing in a new environment, the McGill community that once seemed so vast and unexplored has now become a comforting bubble. With an undergraduate degree now under your belt, remember to stay connected to your McGill roots as you go out into the world.

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Help! I’m almost 30 and still don’t have my dream career…

Are you approaching 30 and you still don’t have your “dream” career? Are not married? Don’t have any children? Does this sound too familiar? Not to worry you’re not the only one, and here’s the thing, its all part of the process. That was me a couple of years ago, trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. Now that I’m a year away from the big 3-0, I finally figured out in which direction I want my life to go. It took time for me to get to know myself and to find out what I enjoy doing.

Here are some questions that you can ask yourself to help you along the way and see which career can be best for you… (more…)

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