Three words that describe me: compassionate, open, optimistic
In my spare time, I: will photograph, attend art exhibits, read, catch up with friends, or call my loved ones.
Secret spot to study on campus: I find the Hive to be a great spot whether you are meeting up with people or need to study by yourself. The EV Vitrine in the Faculty of Fine Arts is another peaceful and sunny spot.
Off campus food: People’s Potato is a great choice if you want a free vegan lunch. Other places I like to frequent are Boustan’s and Joe’s Panini.
In my first year I wish I knew: that some things will figure themselves out with time. As I went through my studies, the program and expectations continued to become clearer. Additionally, I wish I had taken advantage of the multitude of resources offered by the Student Success Centre; it’s something that would have given me further reassurance and guidance.
The things I like the most about Concordia are: when I began university at Concordia, I was overcome by the vast diversity of students and staff. One of the things I value most about living and studying in Montreal is the opportunity to work alongside people with varying cultures, ages, and accomplishments.
Success tips for new students: it’s important to know your program and to push yourself to try things on your own.