McKenzie Street, a junior at the University of Tampa, nearly quit swimming altogether shortly after starting her college career.
The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is a key hurdle for anyone who wants to apply to a North American law school, and is just the first step in an anxiety ridden and expensive few months for tens of thousands of young Canadians every year. Many students take formal preparatory courses, shelling out hundreds of dollars to do so. There are so many private prep courses, public information sessions and study options, how can prospective Canadian students know which is the best path towards acing the LSAT?
A report estimating tuition fees for 2015/2016 ranked Ontario as the most expensive province in Canada for obtaining a post-secondary education, followed by Saskatchewan.
Spark Sessions, Toronto’s first fashion and beauty blogger conference returned to Toronto this weekend, adding more creativity, blogging, education and hands-on workshops to their annual two-day conference. On Nov. 15 and 16 at District 28, attendees were presented with insight into networking and how to create a quality online blog and website from some of the […]
A University of Toronto says having a female premier will not change the nature of Ontario politics. On Saturday, Kathleen Wynne won the Liberal leadership and will become Ontario’s 25th premier. She defeated principal contender Sandra Pupatello and four other candidates during the convention held at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Maple Leaf Gardens. Nelson Wiseman, a U of T political science professor, says the leader’s gender does not matter.,“Having a female premier to me does not make much of a difference,” he said.
Argos player Jason Pottinger will be at the Scarborough YMCA to teach children about football and to keep them active.