Posted By: Kat Wong Too Yen on March 17, 2010
Practically everyone on campus is wearing green today; I love the Queen’s spirit! Today is like an unofficial university students’ holiday. I’m really happy that the profs take everything in stride though, case in point: I went to my regular Tuesday afternoon finance class yesterday and there was barely a single empty seat to be found. Why? The kids who have finance class on Wednesdays had migrated sections so they could have a happy St. Patrick’s Day AND still not miss any class. Now that’s what I call forward thinking! Another professor of mine told the class that she would go easy on us the day after St. Patrick’s Day, to give us time to recover…
Last Friday, I tidied up my resume and submitted it to be published in the Queen’s Commerce 2012 Online Resume Book for recruiters. This is the first year that the Queen’s School of Business is releasing an online resume book for third year students, which is a great opportunity for the class of 2012. Many thanks to the hard working Business Careers Centre staff for organizing this!
And now, the schedule of a second year Commerce student…
I’m heading off to a Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition executive meeting tonight, and then a St. Patty’s Day QEC social to meet other past and present QEC exec members and volunteers. Tomorrow night I’ll be representing QEC at the Commerce Society Appreciation Dinner in the BMO Financial Group Atrium in Goodes Hall. I have a Geography essay due on Friday, and later that day I’ll also be sitting in on the Commerce panel discussion for the March Break Open House event in the Policy Studies building at 3:00 PM. On Saturday, I’m registered to participate in the Queen’s School of Business 1st Annual Innovation Summit…it’s going to a jam-packed week!
Until next time,