A musician, a public relations and ethics specialist, a Doctor, an Engineer, and the VP administration walk into a room. While this sounds like the start of a really crappy joke, it actually was the start to a really inspiring and interesting day spent talking about Success and leadership in the Community.
You’ve been here for a couple of months, or three to four years, so consider this challenge. There are so many things to do and see on campus and in Hamilton, so I challenge you to create your own bucket list of things you need to do before you graduate. This is my “Official” McMaster Bucket list.
I find it amusing that when I say something along the lines of, “oh, yeah, I have too much work to do, can’t go out tonight!” because what it usually means is “oh, yeah, I have about 4 hours of Netflix, Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook to browse instead of working on the four essays I
The nervous, shy, intimidated by big crowds and big buildings, me. There are so many things I wish I could explain to you about the experiences you will have here. As you sit in McKay hall eating Oreo-s and longing for the comfort of your family back home, I remember the pressures you felt as