Man, talk about out of the fray and into the fire. I had no idea my first two weeks at Behaviour Interactive would be so intense. I felt like had no idea what I was doing, what my tasks were, or what the game was supposed to look like. I had never worked on mobile-level graphics before (let alone anything in a real production environment). Continue reading →
Today the Writing About Food (WRT236) course took a journey to Dawson College. There, we learned about Dawson College’s rooftop garden. When we arrived we met up with one of their classes that studies the connection between food and home life. Continue reading →
It’s not easy to sum up a great experience in one word but we asked some students of this fall session to do just that. In an attempt to avoid a generic expression such as, “My experience in Montreal was amazing” we wanted students to define what they personally got out of their study abroad experience. Continue reading →
People always say that a study abroad experience helps you better learn about yourself. They say it because it’s true. I have learned so much during my time in Montréal, and not just in the classroom. I learned from my peers here, I learned from my Québecois roommates, I learned from my internship, and from the people of Montréal. Continue reading →
Hier après midi, Shelby, Nora, et moi (et notre prof de français, Denis) sommes allés au restaurant La Banquise, pour manger de la poutine.
No, don’t worry – this is not all in French. As stated above (for those of you who do not speak French), our Conversational French class went out for an end of the semester meal yesterday afternoon at La Banquise to get some poutine. Continue reading →