Every time a new school year comes around, I see myself and my classmates filled with a combination of emotions ranging from stress and anxiety to optimism and motivation for the upcoming year. Getting back into the swing of assignments, deadlines, and tests is no easy feat, but looking back on the semester when it is over is a reminder that not only are we capable of finishing the huge amount of work that lies ahead of us, but we are capable of doing it well. Continue reading Memoir of a Fourth Year Student
So my advice to incoming students is to consider your opportunities. There are probably things you’ve never even considered doing, but if it sounds interesting, at least think about it. Not just for a nanosecond, but really consider it. It might just change your life, as corny as it sounds. I would also highly recommend travelling during your education! You learn so much. It is also a great resume-booster in this globalized world. Continue reading Across the Universe: My Semester Abroad
Joel Dinicola wrote, directed, and co-produced a musical titled “Conventional Musical” this past August at the Edmonton Fringe Festival. This is his story. Continue reading Concordia Artist Spotlight: Joel Dinacola
Overall, this is a great album that effectively maintains a common feel throughout the entirety of the song selection, and a record that holds up extremely well compared to the rest of Queens Of The Stone Age’s previous titles. It’s probably a 7/10 rating from me. Continue reading “Villains” From Stone Age Keeping Modern Rock Alive
Well, it is that time of year again, where we as students and young adults begin to freak out and panic that the new school year is about to begin. We begin to imagine the first day back looming over us like a big fat grey raincloud. Continue reading 3, 2, 1… School is Back!
know who you are, what you’re like, and what it is you’re hoping to accomplish by coming to university, they can help you a lot more effectively than if they just have to guess. Continue reading Welcome to Concordia