These past two years living on residence have been life-changing. I’ve made some super close friends and some amazing memories. I would not trade this experience for the world! But after two incredible years living in this community, my friends and I are considering moving off-campus next year. I’ve decided to make a list of some of my favourite things about living on ‘res’, and a list of what I’m looking forward to if we do move out!
Ambrose Ambassador Blogs
Ahh March… the days get longer, the weather gets warmer, and the groans of exhausted students get just a little louder over the frantic tapping of laptop keyboards. It seems like just as the end comes into view, all motivation to study is lost and the desire to do school is gone.
On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017, people posted, snapped, and shared their way to raising over $6.5 million to support mental health in Canada. Bell ‘Let’s Talk Day’ is becoming more and more popular each year, and people seem to be working together to end the stigma around mental illness. But here’s the thing:
There are many things that rhyme with ‘Mo’. Go, so, no … But you know what doesn’t rhyme with ‘Mo’? Do. Why? No idea. But what I do know is that ‘Mo’ is short and sweet – just like me!! I am a student ambassador in my second year at Ambrose! I’m taking a Bachelor of Theology: Church Ministry degree with music and intercultural studies minors. My plan is to go into worship ministry and develop worship teams and leaders all over the world! Here’s some other fun facts you might like to know:
This was my first experience of LYC (Legacy Youth Conference) and it was AMAZING! But when someone asked me what my favorite part of the weekend was, I drew a blank! I hadn’t really participated much because I had been busy helping with the info booth, serving meals, helping with entertainment night… But I realized that all of that was my favorite part! I loved helping!
One of the not-so-positive things about starting university is that it can mean leaving good friends behind. This was definitely hard for me and I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to make new friends. Fortunately, university is a great place to make friends quickly and easily!