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Remember when you had to complete 40 hours of volunteer work? Remember wishing you got paid for the work you did? Schools across Canada have a general requirement that students complete between 25 to 40 hours of community service – depending on the school board regulations – before graduation. The …

Similar to many students, I entered Schulich expecting to specialize in accounting and get a CPA. The opportunities in accounting appeared to be very exciting; great firms and fun cultures. Although I learned that the former is still correct, I realized that my interests may not necessary align directly with …

The finance specialization requires you to take courses that teach you how and why corporate leaders make the decisions they make. Events such as Google becoming Alphabet, or Apple moving its manufacturing from China to India, or even large global mergers and acquisitions such as when Activision bought King Digital, …

It doesn’t come as a surprise that the moment one sets their foot within the Schulich School of Business, the concept of networking is one that is no longer optional but rather, vital. Networking is not only a method of gaining crucial insight from those with more experience, but also …

I’d like to preface this article by stating that what I say about marketing is not meant to be taken as the be-all-end-all of what marketing can offer you. This article is more so written in an effort to share my personal story regarding what drove me to pursue marketing …

Hi. My name is Sherri Tran, female, 18 years of age. Does this broad description describe you as well? A name, a gender, and a number? Yet, this does not encapsulate us very well. We are made up of knowledge, experiences, and sensations; we have personality. As humans with different …

I understand that the hustle at Schulich never ends until we walk across that convocation stage. From high school, we’re working as hard as we can to achieve those grades to get into Schulich, and now that we’re in the program, there’s still no relief as we have to work …

There is an entire industry that attempts to help people find themselves, but quite frankly, no one really knows what “finding yourself” even means. The bestselling self help books at Indigo all recommend similar things; eat clean, try a juice cleanse, exercise. That all seems very logical, but I have …

We see them almost every day, but do we actually know them?  Studies have shown (Huffington post) that getting to know your professor can be really beneficial in the long run. We all need those internships, references, or even career advice, and what better way to get them than through …

Traditionally, the architecture of universities were intended to create two worlds. The first was the exterior image presented to the public, which served to instill a sense of inspiration into the community. The second was the interior image, which mirrored the city and reflected the future workplace students would experience …