How to Apply to Graduate School: Writing your Statement of Purpose

With millions of brilliant entrepreneurs stuck at home, and many more of those looking to re-tool their skills in light of 2020’s colossal economic shifts, you may already be thinking: how in the hell is my grad school application going to stand out from the rest? Other first-timers or recent graduates may even be certain they’ve gotContinue reading “How to Apply to Graduate School: Writing your Statement of Purpose”

School’s Out!: Exploring ‘Post’-COVID Education with Erika Lindsay

Though it may be difficult to peg education as a ‘hot topic’ these days, none of us can ignore the category-ten shift that students, teachers, and career-makers are experiencing as we all continue to reel amid rampant economic collapse and a global pandemic.   Not a pretty outlook, no.  That’s why I was sincerely glad when my long-timeContinue reading “School’s Out!: Exploring ‘Post’-COVID Education with Erika Lindsay”

People of Green Drinks: Redefining Reconciliation with Jennifer Ward

As Canadians, we are well-used to recognizing “Reconciliation” as a kind of buzzword for the rights of Indigenous and First Nations peoples. I for one have heard the term used in discourses ranging from the political to the geographical, and yet, (I am humbled to admit) I barely have a grasp on what that meansContinue reading “People of Green Drinks: Redefining Reconciliation with Jennifer Ward”