How to Prepare for a Successful Virtual Fall Semester

As the COVID-19 global pandemic continues, we have been forced to adapt our lives to this new normal. The way we study, work and interact was changed instantly and all of us have been impacted in one way or another. This means that we, as students, need to find ways to continue our education under…

How to Use D2L for Online Learning

Online learning provides the flexibility of accessing material at any time, convenience of working from any location and high level of interaction. Online courses offer the same level of difficulty and require the same amount of effort as in-class courses do, and require you to be a self-starter with a high level of discipline. As…

Retail Management’s Experiential Learning Trip to Vancouver

Before the COVID-19 pandemic restricted travel and large gatherings, 12 Retail Management students went on an Experiential Learning Trip to Vancouver for a behind-the-scenes tour of some of today’s leading Canadian retailers. The trip, which took place during the 2020 February Study Week, was organized by the Retail Student Association (RSA) and was accompanied by…

Laiba Abid: My Co-op Experience at MLSE

Throughout my university experience, the only question I had for myself every day was “how can I make the most of my time here?” I came to the Business Management – Marketing program in hopes of discovering my professional career path, and the Ted Rogers Co-op program was the perfect way to do exactly that….

How I Stopped Struggling in Business Math

Why I Struggled with Business Math – QMS 110 As a first-year student, the first semester was a struggle for me. The main reason was because I was not coming directly from high school. My first degree was in English Literature, so I needed to work on my math skills. University life in Canada was…