A couple weeks ago I attended a conference on the New Trump Administration at Glendon organized by the Glendon School of Public and International Affairs. The GSPIA is a master’s program at Glendon and they frequently organize conferences such as this one. This year they also hosted a panel on Brexit, and later on in the year … More Glendon Global Debates
Ana and I made a vlog about commuting, watch below! And check out Ana’s blog here! -Ayse
“Go to school, get a job, go to work, get married, have kids, watch tv, obey the law, now repeat after me: I AM FREE” So you might have seen this line on your socialist friend’s facebook feed. We all know however, the truth is more complex. Let’s talk about the first thing on this … More Education for the Part-Timers
In my sociology course, we talk about different philosophers and social theories. Recently, one of the theorists we talked about is Emile Durkheim. I’m no expert in Durkheim or sociology, but I related to one of his ideas and found that it even applies to my blog. Basically, his theory was that the more economically advanced … More Why No One Cares
When I’m studying I feel like the stars have to align so I can concentrate. The following things aren’t just related to studying, they’re also variables in the background in university life that impact what’s going on. 1. Food I’m going to start off with the most important thing. What we eat can make or break our mood. … More 4 Things You Don’t Think Impact You But Do
Whenever I get a bad mark on an assignment I think ok. Next time is going to be different. Next time I’m going to start a month before the assignment is due and work in the library for 2 hours every Friday for four weeks. I’m going to edit it three times and even give … More I Can’t “Just Do It”
I’m in the International Bachelor of Arts program at Glendon, and one of the requirements of my degree is that I do an exchange for at least one semester. And I am SO EXCITED. But also freaking out. I knew I wanted to go on an exchange before I started at Glendon. During high school I … More Exchange!! What?!