Monthly Archives: September 2016

Thanks Narcity: Sauble Beach Adventures

One facebook post. 175.6 km. 2 hours and 15 minutes later. My Sauble Beach adventures began. Typically after springs exams are over, I spend most of my time making a “20XX Summer Bucketlist” with about 10-15 things I have to complete … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Free Time

This summer was a well deserved break. A daily routine consisted of sleeping in until 2 in the afternoon, going to the gym and eating, then going out at night with friends or work. However, when you have all the … Continue reading

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Unintended Ecological Experiment

In the summer of 2016 my focus was on relaxation, so I preferred not to have fantastic adventures as fellow students had. Instead, I stayed at home doing house chores when I was off work, and one of the big … Continue reading

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Organizing a Family Party is a lot Harder then it Seems

This summer I was lucky enough to have the privilege of travelling with my Aunt to Panama to celebrate and help organize my cousins Quinceañera. I have never been one to like parties much but this party is a little … Continue reading

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Materials Ecology: design that works with and is inspired by nature.

Really cool concept of “materials ecology” in design/architecture #BIOL4095 https://t.co/lFTMpLwRgX — Sandra ☀️ (@sanachkaa) September 11, 2016 I’ve developed a habit of listening to TED talks while cleaning and getting ready, and a recent talk that has stood out to me … Continue reading

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Summer 2016- Finding My Inner Raccoon

This past summer I returned to work for my local Conservation Authority, St. Clair Region Conservation Authority (SCRCA)  where I also spent summer 2015 working as a Conservation intern in the biology department. SCRCA is the only Ontario Conservation Authority … Continue reading

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Summer 16 – Seize the Heat!

Hello fellow applied plant ecology students! During this summer, if it appeared that each time you checked the weather forecast for the day and a heat warning was in effect, it was because we had the hottest August in the … Continue reading

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