We cover topics ranging from how to get your first job, to feminism, world events, school hacks, and mental health. Essentially, everything a teenager should know - in a format that isn't some really long article or manual that your parents made you read. We're the blueprint.
How to Thrive in University
You've heard our favourite elements on the periodic table, now tell us yours! In this week's episode with chemical engineering student Julie, we discuss the various challenges of university, be it moving from high school, confronting misogyny when studying in a male-dominated industry, or balancing the demands of social and academic life.
How to Write a Unique Supplement
Early US applications are in and Kayln and Iman have some tips on how to tell universities 'why them'? In this episode, we talk about some strategies and we learned from writing our supplements and what we feel works best.
How to Learn and Apply Computer Science
In this week's unique episode, we talk with Claudette Hutchinson, the Director of Program Design at Canada Learning Code, about her experiences in a male-dominated industry, and how coding is essential in any aspect of life, whether it be business, medicine, or anime.
How to Build Your Social Media Presence
In this episode of the week, we focus on the online aspect of yourself. Who are you to the people you've never met before? Can they see your personality? Your interests? Tune in to find out how to construct your professional (but not too professional) online presence ranging from LinkedIn to Facebook and even Instagram.
How to Deal With Racism (pt 2)
Anddd we’re back with a very special and quite insightful guest, Nejat. Today we take this topic further, addressing what we all can do to create an anti-racist world.
How to Talk About Racism
Racism is something we've all encountered one way or another, it permeates all aspects of life. In this episode, we talk openly about racism and the ideology of whiteness, diving deep into the acts of racism each of us have experienced in our own lives.
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