Fear, Confusion, and Change- A Search for Answers

It’s hard to think that your choice of study may have been the wrong choice. Some common thoughts are: “maybe I’ve enrolled myself into a program that I thought would give me a good shot at a well-paying job” or “maybe I enrolled into a program for the passion I have for the subject despite knowing the job opportunities are slim”. Sometimes we only realize that we may have made a mistake only after receiving our degrees and entering the work-force. If you’re in one of these places right now you’re probably feeling trapped or anxious. But hey, a semester just came to an end and you owe it to yourself to search for some clarity in all this… (more…)

Start off 2014 with MOOCs!

2013 is rapidly drawing to a close, and new years is but a few days away. One of my personal resolutions for 2014 is to learn something new – a couple of new skills that may be beneficial in the job market as I’m graduating this year. So what are “MOOCs”? And why are they on the rise?

MOOCs stand for “Massive Open Online Courses.” (more…)

Summer Classes

TRACEY REGIMBAL

Summer Classes are an amazing way to catch up on some credits, get ahead and explore new possibilities. I think many are reluctant to try it out but think about this: When would there be a more beautiful time to be on campus? We spend all winter trudging up to class, avoiding traffic and falling snow while slipping down the hill but do you ever stop to admire how beautiful McGill really is?! (more…)

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