You graduated! Now what?

As a new graduate, you can expect to experience a flurry of emotions. These may include, but are not limited to, a sense of relief stemming from the fact that you have finally completed your degree. Depending on the particulars of your McGill experience, this accomplishment may have been more or less of an uphill battle. A sense of confusion may be in the mix… a disoriented feeling given that what you’ve worked so hard for over the past few years is now coming to a close. Ideally, your emotional cocktail is topped off with a sprinkle of excitement for what lies ahead. Perhaps the excitement is overshadowed by a sense of impending doom and panic. That’s okay, too! Whatever it may be for you, ultimately, along with this change, you are one step closer to being fully immersed in *real* life. You will be reminded of this fast approaching responsibility time and time again by peers, parents and other family members. “Congrats, you graduated!” They’ll say. Followed promptly by a, “What’s next?
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Moving Season

Source: moveit.ca

July 1st is Quebec’s (very busy) traditional moving day. I’ve personally never been around during that time of the year, but I hear streets are packed with moving trucks, sidewalks are full of people carrying boxes back and forth, and furniture is often sprawled on the lawn. For university students, peak moving season seems to be at the end of the winter semester, following the exam period and before the start of summer classes.

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