ANNOUNCEMENT: Drake To Teach Summer Course At Glendon

As we all know, Drake recently began construction of a multi-million dollar mansion in the Bridlepath, in close proximity to the campus. In a bid to give back to the local community, he has volunteered to teach a summer course at Glendon and is in negotiations with the university regarding the potential of an extended…

#WhyAreYUHere : All Roads Lead To Glendon

This month, Team Awesome are waxing philosophical and pondering why we are here at Glendon.  All roads lead to Glendon. I realised this in hindsight. When pondering this month’s theme #WhyAreYUHere, it’s not really a matter of why I chose to be here: Glendon was not my first choice school. It was barely even a choice:…

I Think The 6ix Is The One

I’ve had more homes than I have fingers. I’ve lived in three different countries, five cities, thirteen houses. You could say I’m fairly adaptable, but Home is a concept I think about a lot more than perhaps the average person does. Home is a little more complicated than just bricks and mortar. And sometimes, home…

Back to School & To-Do Lists For Fun Things

How’s it going, lovelies? We’re a week into the new semester. A week into the new year. It’ll sound cheesy and I can’t do anything to prevent that, but it all feels brand new. I feel brand new and back to my old self all at once. After my brief encounters with new classes and…

The Ups and Downs of Going Abroad for Uni

Starting uni is a big deal for everyone, but when you throw moving abroad into the mix, it’s a whole other story. I’ve almost finished my first year at Glendon, and I’ve been thinking a lot about all the things I’ve learned as a second year British transfer student with Canadian citizenship. Everything is different– from…