So we've talked about app dating and dating on campus, but we haven't talked about what it's like to actually date one of us. Maybe that person you matched with at 3am on St. Paddys day or even your long-term partner doesn't really understand who a Glendon student really is... Although everyone is always different, Glendonites … Continue reading Dating & Student Life Part 3 (finally I know): Things you need to know before dating a Glendonite
I know it's like a month after Frosh started (haha oops) but I have been sooooo busy! Assignments galore, midterms happening, and I actually came home for the Thanksgiving break to spend a little time with my family. But I still want to talk about Frosh week! Britney (another amazing eambassador) as well as Adams … Continue reading The Lowdown on GLOWEEK16
After an amazing expérience Glendon, Bryan and I decided to give you all some insight on what it's like to come to Glendon as a first year! https://youtu.be/k3pQpE6jsPY Hope you like it! Make sure to take part in the GL2020 group on facebook! Bisouss
Hello everyone! I know this is really late of me (I'm sorry!) butttt last week many of us participated in Mental Health week and in Bell Let's Talk Day. If you haven't heard about these events, they are basically to help make aware and fundraise for mental health initiatives. As a University student and someone … Continue reading La Santé Mentale -A post a wee late about how Mental Health affects me
Elementary school and high school for me were dreaded places. They were places that made it easy for others to make fun of what I liked, or how I decided to dress, what rate my body was growing, how I tried hard in school, the list goes on. In fifth grade I was called "free … Continue reading Glendon- The ultimate no bullying zone
So first I'm going to start by saying that Glendon's Frosh week was the best week EVER. I can now officially say I"ve been living here for 2 weeks now, and these two weeks have been the best weeks of my life. Jumpstart and Frosh were both extremely beneficially to my University experience. One because … Continue reading GLO Week
Calling all grade twelves!!! This year will be one heck of a ride! You'll go to the University fair in September, you'll start to think about your OUAC applications, you'll have endless visits to the guidance office, you'll research with your parents, you'll have talks with your teachers, and the future will be right in … Continue reading Pour les douzièmes – Why choose Glendon?