Tag: Sarah

Throwback: 10 Things to Do Before Graduating

Written by: Sarah Camacho As I sit here writing this post, I am just realizing how fast these four years have gone by. I still feel way too young to be graduating, let alone to […]

Throwback: “Making the Most of Reading Break”

Written by: Sarah Camacho Reading week comes and goes very quickly and never seems to be long enough. The burning question becomes, how do I make the most of my reading week? Nothing is worse […]

Throwback: “3 Simple Tips to Survive Your First Lecture: Part 2- Note Taking”

Written by: Sarah Camacho Physically preparing yourself for a lecture is one thing. Knowing the proper way to take notes is another thing. There isn’t one right way to take notes during a lecture. Everyone is different, therefore […]

Throwback: “3 Simple Tips to Survive Your First Lecture”

Written by: Sarah Camacho The transition into university can be an overwhelming experience. Walking through those doors for the first time feels a lot like walking through your high school on your first day of grade nine; the […]

Dear First Year Students

Written by: Sarah Camacho The first year of university can be terrifying. It’s the start of a new chapter. One that is filled with unknowns, obstacles, and, let me tell you, a ton of meltdowns. As […]

If I Could Turn Back Time

Written by: Sarah Camacho Everyone, at some point in their lives, wishes they could hop into a time machine and turn back time. I’m so close to being done this chapter of my life, so […]

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Written by: Sarah Camacho Wow, how is it already the middle of March? Classes end in less than a month and I’m on summer vacation a month later. Is it just me, or does time […]