It is never too early to start mapping out your journey at Schulich and begin exploring the many specializations available. While many of your fellow classmates may tread down the ever so popular paths of accounting, finance or marketing, perhaps you will seek a path less travelled. Perhaps you may …

It seems just like yesterday I was at my enrolment appointment, trying to figure out how Schulich works and what type of person I was going to be throughout my university career. Looking back on those first few days at Schulich, here’s what I wish someone had told me. Stop …

THEY KNOW THEMSELVES Yes, I know, it sounds cheesy, but this is an important step to follow since it provides the basis for all of your other study habits. You need to know what kind of learner you actually are and how you study best. Do you work best alone …

With over 500 clubs and societies shared between Schulich and the rest of York University, it’s a pretty challenging task to get involved without getting overwhelmed –especially in first year! I mean you either join too many clubs (like I did) or get too confused and join none at all, …

Social Impact Management Association Vision: For Schulich graduate students and alumni to be at the leading edge of social change, known as powerful leaders for their contributions to society and the community. Mission: To increase awareness and interest in the social sector amongst Schulich graduate students and inspire engagement that …

University is thought to be the best four years of your life. But what most people don’t realize is that your university experience really depends on the friends you make, and the friends you choose to keep. So what do you do now? You’re in university, surrounded by so many …

Welcome to the Schulich School of Business! You are officially a Schuligan! I am sure you are all very excited for this upcoming school year. As the Schulich UBS President, my team and I will do everything we can to ensure a successful transition for all of you into both …

I find the dismissal of the gender wage gap as a “debunked myth” to be infuriating, condescending and ignorant. While there is a large chunk of misleading statistics used to support the existence of this gap, ignoring it altogether only supports the notion of blatant misogyny. Let’s start this off …

A few weeks ago I was in a Berlin airport and found myself waiting in a long line to use the washroom, once again asking myself a question that every women has once considered: Should I just run and use the men’s bathroom instead? Luckily, the woman in front of …