My Last Week in Montreal…

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I spent the week seeing the best of Montreal with a friend. Little did I know I would be packing all my belongings into two bags and boarding a plane with a one-way ticket at the end of that week.  The week of exploration felt like a vacation inside this exchange right inside the city. […]

“Reading Week” Reflections – (Or “Spring Break”)

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The last week of February is Concordia’s “winter semester” a week-long break. It does not coincide with any other school’s breaks, different from even the university’s down the street and so I found myself boarding a plane with businesspeople and retirees, one’s unbound to the conventional early March break timing. Here, only the Americans call […]

How to Ace Online Classes

Since I started at UNM, I have been taking online classes. Because of this, I know online classes can be a little difficult for first-time users. So, I have compiled a list of tips on how to succeed in an online environment. 1. Know your due dates.  Online classes are all about knowing when your […]

Mid Semester Tips

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We are embarking on week 6. That means the halfway marker for the spring semester and spring break – the only days of school we get off for all of second semester – are only two weeks away. At this point, Bursars have been paid or payment plans have been chosen, $50 textbook after $50 […]

UNM Life Hacks

During my time at UNM, I have learned a lot about different life hacks on campus. So as I am getting closer to graduation, I think it is time to share these hacks with you. 1. You have Microsoft Office for free. A lot of you probably already know this, but UNM offers Microsoft Office […]

A Traveler’s Guide to Montreal – Part 2

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Hello, welcome back to the Montreal Traveler’s Guide, this section can be completed on its own or paired with the previous post. In this post, each paragraph is its own adventure and a convenient stepping stone to the next exploration. St. Laurent Street St. Laurent is a street that spans from Old Port all the […]

Art Of Science 2020

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A few weekends ago I had the opportunity to be a group leader for the annual Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Art of Science event. It was the third year of putting on the event. Our last president started the event right here at UNM. With more sponsors, collaborations, and volunteers, it gets better every […]