Tourist at Home

Many of the blog posts from students have been centred around coming home for the summer and the experiences we are all having at home over the few months. It has been amazing to hear the stories of classmates explore their homes and make new memories. I have already expressed …

Looking forward…

Coming home for the summer from such an extended amount of time away, was a first for me. I was excited, sad to leave Scotland, but eager to have some time off. So far the summer is only half way through, and it is already different to what I imagined. …

The Balancing Game

As with any program, job, hobby – really any aspect of life – a form of balance is necessary. The age old question arises, what does balance truly mean? Whenever I think of balance, I think of the meme (because let’s be honest, when are memes not on the brain?) that …

Routines

Routines are an important aspect of my life, as they are calming and keep me grounded. It is often boring, and that is a fact I am alright with. My regular week consists of: – Going to class – Procrastinating from studying – Going to the library between classes – …

A Wee Trip Back to Canada

Hi everyone, Happy 2019!!! It was certainly a busy trip back home, but it was so lovely to be back surrounded by family and friends. The break whizzed by, filled with EMS (Extra Mural Studies) placements, spending time with friends, Christmas and New Year’s, and most of all spending time with …

Exams… yikes!

Exam time has come, and it was a doozy, as all exam times usually are! It is a busy time filled with studying, frequent Netflix breaks, and many snacks. We do have a week off to study, so that means that it is a lot easier to make the excuse …

Hiya!

Hi potential and current vet students, or others! My name is Sarah Batiste, and I am in my first year of the vet program at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. I am what everyone refers to as a Graduate Entry Program (GEP or jeh-up as commonly pronounced), which …