• InstituteAthabasca University
  • FacultySciences
  • RegionEdmonton

Online courses really suit my learning style because they are flexible and allow me to focus on one course at a time.

What’s in My Bag

  1. Which one item do you think you couldn’t live without?
    My immediate response is my iPhone, but then I remember how blind I am so I have no choice but to pick my contact lenses.

  2. Is there anything missing from this picture that is usually in your bag?
    At least two other bottles of water.

  3. What is the most cherished item in your bag?
    My MacBook because it has years of photos of my family, friends, and travels.

  4. If your bag had a name, what would it be?
    Runs with a Broken Satchel.

  5. Which of the items in your bag would you recommend other students always have on hand, and why?
    Pen and paper because they’re the most basic items students should have.

  6. What item from your bag would your friends say represents you the most?
    My notebook because I spend half my time making ‘to do’ lists.

  7. Be honest, did you add any items to your bag to make your profile seem more interesting/cool?
    Definitely the 1000 page book called The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas.

  8. If you could trade bags for a day with another Ambassador, who would you choose, and why?
    Sarah’s – cowboy boots and a lasso… need I say more?

Apr 6, 2016
Career Choices Travel
Feb 10, 2016
Applying Transferring
Jan 26, 2016
Social Life Clubs & Athletics
Jan 20, 2016
Career Choices Indigenous Students
Jan 19, 2016
Travel Money
Dec 11, 2015
Travel Transitioning to Post-secondary