Defining success

It’s been about a month since I moved from Toronto back to Victoria, and already my time in the city feels so distant. It was about two years ago that I made the reverse journey, when I said goodbye to my life in Victoria, gave away all my furniture, and began my grad school journey … More Defining success

Books to Read Before I Die: The Fiction Edition

Last year, I put out a call on Facebook for recommendations of books for the “ultimate reading list,” both great literature and non-fiction texts, and people responded in a big way. I started a list and pretty quickly became overwhelmed, and I put the project aside. This past December, Facebook’s nostalgic/annoying “On This Day” feature … More Books to Read Before I Die: The Fiction Edition

An Unequal Paying Field: Ontario’s Gender Wage Gap, Explained

This article was originally posted on the Public Policy and Governance Review, a digital student publication of which I am proud to be an Associate Editor this year.  ** Spending late nights researching a wicked public policy problem may not be everyone’s idea of fun, but that was how many students from U of T’s School … More An Unequal Paying Field: Ontario’s Gender Wage Gap, Explained