The Faces of Global Cafe

BETH GULILAT It’s a wintry Thursday afternoon. As I stare at my boots treading on the sparkling snow, I catch the last gust of cold air, and enter the blanket of warmth that is the International and Graduate Affairs building. This is not the last sense of warmth I would encounter. If you haven’t heard … Continue reading The Faces of Global Cafe

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Celebrating Black History Month in Canada

BETH GULILAT It officially began in 1976. The time to recognize “the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavour throughout our history”, according to President Gerald Ford. From 1976 and onward, the month of February has been designated in the United States as Black History Month through the help of Dr. … Continue reading Celebrating Black History Month in Canada

Canada from a Hong Kong Perspective

WU XIAO Whether it's from travelling or meeting someone from another country, we've all experienced culture shock. Differences in culture aren't always noticeable (language barriers, climate, religion, etc). I wanted to know what were some aspects exchange students found unique about living in Canada (minus the cold weather) that a domestic student wouldn't think about … Continue reading Canada from a Hong Kong Perspective

Panchami, Blog Assistant Editor 2016-2017

Panchami Bhat is in her fourth year, pursuing a Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies with a specialization in Consumer Behaviour. She loves to read, write, and travel, with her coolest travel moment being when she swam with stingrays in Antigua. When she’s not studying for exams, she’ll be watching her favorite TV shows like … Continue reading Panchami, Blog Assistant Editor 2016-2017