This week, I graduated from my undergrad in Media Production. Like a lot of immigrant families with dreams for their children to be doctors, lawyers, and engineers, my parents still ask me what my major is because it falls in none of the above. 1,015 more words
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Most learned society conferences are dull affairs, enlivened only by a handful of outstanding papers and the occasional spat. In my experience there is relatively little outrageously bad behaviour of the kind parodied by David Lodge, though I suppose there are plenty of minor put-downs. 277 more words
I want to intern at The Scope this summer because I think it would be an amazing and exciting opportunity for me. I would probably have my own office space, I would get to know people who work at the station and I would finally get “my foot in the door” to the Radio Industry. 68 more words
Barbara Kay: A lone academic dares to challenge accepted narratives about Canada's residential school system
As the token conservative on otherwise liberal panels, I have been a regular contributor to CBC radio’s comedy news trivia program, Because News, since September 2016. 1,137 more words
As Zev Eigen explains it, the future of law will have a lot to do with math.
Eigen is a lawyer in Los Angeles with Littler Global, a worldwide firm that focuses on management-side employment law. 796 more words
Intersectional Black Lives Matters: Placing People with Disabilities within the Anti-Black Racism Movement through a Disability Justice lens
This post was written by graduating student, Darlene Murrain.
From the beginning of my scholastic career in Disability Studies, I always looked forward to the Major Research Thesis Project. 1,058 more words