This post will be a reflection of my experience with studying at University. There are many ways in which I wasn’t your typical ‘fresh out of a level living in halls’ 7,125 more words
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Congratulations to the team at the Alzheimer’s Centre for Policy and Practice in Hamilton who this week, in conjunction with the Life Changes Trust and Bre Housing have released the first report that looks at Scottish housing provision now and into the future for people living with Dementia. 58 more words
June 6th will forever be a date that holds great importance to me. And no, not because of D-Day (which in hindsight as someone who has spent her entire adult life bouncing around between different history and archaeology degrees this probably should be the case) but because I am an entirely flawed, selfish and narcissistic human being it is because June 6th, 2017 was the day of my very first excavation. 882 more words
Editor’s note: The story has been clarified to reflect the celebration will complement the University of Toronto’s convocation ceremony.
TORONTO – Organizers of a special and unique celebration for black students at Canada’s largest university say they wish their event to acknowledge the barriers they face wasn’t necessary. 982 more words