News

Not a Stereotype

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We are launching our ‘Not A Stereotype’ campaign for Halloween because we want to draw awareness to the problematic nature of many Halloween costumes. We know that most people do not pick out a costume with the intention of being racist or transphobic, but regardless of intentions, appropriative costumes still perpetuate harmful stereotypes and justify […]

Academic

Competition open for Canadians: Foreign Government Awards – Mexico, 2019-2020

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 The Government of Mexico is offering scholarships to Canadians for study or research at participating Mexican post-secondary institutions. Program name: Foreign Government Awards – Mexico Funding organization: Government of Mexico Target audiences: Canadian students and researchers at the undergraduate, Master’s, doctoral or postdoctoral level Number of scholarships: 27 Duration: Varies based on level of study Inclusions: Airfare, domestic transportation, tuition fees, […]

Events

GSAÉD welcome week 2018

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Monday, September 3rd Board Games Night Where: Grad House 3rd floor When: 4:30pm Other info: puzzles and boardgames will be provided by the GSAÉD. Café Nostalgica will also provide sandwiches and popcorn for the participants. Movie Night – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Where: University square When: 8:30pm Other info: english version Tuesday, September 4th Movie Night – De père en […]

Lifestyle

How to dress for a formal or casual interview

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The first impression you make on a potential employer is incredibly important. When you meet a potential employer for the first time, they immediately form an opinion of you based on what you’re wearing and how you carry yourself. Regardless of the work environment, it’s important to dress professionally for a job interview because how […]

Art

#UOGradArt – Jessica Esther Hoflick

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Like mentioned in her website, Jessica « believe in the agency of the physical world as metaphor. Painting is a way of acknowledging the inseparability of ourselves from the experience of place. [Jessica] think of landscape philosophically, as a psychological illusion; as reflective of an unseen internal experience – be that individual or cultural unconscious. [Jessica] […]

Art

#UOGradArtwork – Canthius

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The GSAÉD is trying this new initiative, as we believe bridges can be built between people through art. By sharing our members artwork, we would like to create a grad student community where we can share ideas and art, and help each other in our projects, or anything else. This month discovery: Canthius This month, […]