St. Theresa of Lisieux is proud to announce that Kristina Yegachov has won a scholarship for the French for the Future’s National Essay Contest.
This organization “promotes Canada’s official bilingualism and the immediate and lifelong benefits of learning and communicating in French to students from grades 7 to 12 across Canada.” The National Essay Contest is open to any students in Grades 10 ... Continue reading "Congratulations Kristina Yegachov!"
5 Minute Guided Meditation
God’s Plan For You
Hey STL! As we are approaching Spring and Easter, know that God has a plan for all of us. As we continue to work hard on all our courses, don’t forget to take some time off to relax and destress. Make sure to eat and drink properly while giving ... Continue reading "Meditation Mondays: Monday, March 15, 2021"
For this Meditation Monday, focus on becoming present in the moment and allowing yourself to be grateful for what you have in your life, such as being thankful for our safety during these hard pandemic times. Relax your mind and have faith that soon, everything will work out just fine. We will eventually get through these hardships, but we ... Continue reading "Meditation Mondays: Monday, February 22, 2021"
Interview with Mukisa Kakembo
In the last week of Black History Month, Diversity and Equity Council has one final exclusive speaker. As a 23-year-old student at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law, Mukisa Kakembo is interested in advancing the protection of human rights and access to justice. Learn more about her work regarding system racism present in education and improving education for ... Continue reading "Black History Month (Week 4): Improving Education for Black Youth"
Tiffany Mongu Video
This week for Black History Month, Diversity and Equity Council is presenting stories of change by a new generation of African-Canadians. Tiffany and her peers at the Ryerson University Journalism program petitioned for a new course called “Reporting on Race: The Black Community in the Media.” Her story reveals how to achieve profound change and racial representation by ... Continue reading "Black History Month (Week 3): “Reporting on Race: The Black Community in the Media”"