Glendon Terminology: From DRST to the COE

Sit back because I’m about to turn your world upside-down…if you’re not already a university student. I won’t lie. When I first accepted my university offer and started choosing classes I was a bit overwhelmed. The credit system, the names of every different hallway, even the way they address different majors confused me. I ended …

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A Letter to My Little Brother… About Consent

Hey B, This weekend, after not seeing me for a few months, you were confused when I asked you not to hug me without permission. I explained that sometimes I like hugs and sometimes I don’t. You took it really well and proceeded to ask my permission afterwards, thank you for that. But I could …

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Five Things I Did This Week that Only Glendonites Will Understand

University students stand united in so many ways, from eating too much frozen pizza to anticipating the next assignment in class. And like any campus, we Glendon students have our own quirks that we all seem to share. As I was walking home last night, I started to think about a few of these funny …

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Lionheart

For those of you who don’t know, Lionheart is Glendon’s on-campus, student run, theatre company. Since I arrived two and a half years ago I’ve taken part in four musicals, a number of plays, and a haunted house with the wonderful family that is Lionheart Productions. This year I decided to take on a little …

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Exploring Explore and My Tiny Apartment

Summers for most students consist of a lot of things: traveling, working, studying, and preparing for the impending doom of the cold that seems to return no matter what every October. My summer was pretty similar.   First, I spent 11 weeks working with the toughest group of coworkers I’ve ever met for the Explore …

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