Recent Blog Posts

3 Important Steps You Should Consider When Teaching a Difficult History

How do you acknowledge the human experience of genocide through a small collection of objects and photos without reducing their stories to statistics and dates? These simple but effective steps can help create a safe space for everyone to engage with loaded objects and photos in a way that reveals the multiplicity of perspectives and histories connected to each and every item.

Written by: Shawna Quigley
Date Posted: October 15, 2018

4 Reasons to Check Out University of Toronto News

by Cansu Aydemir

Date Posted: October 14th, 2018

As a person who identifies herself with journalism, luckily, I ended up with an internship at University of Toronto News. Needless to say, I am amazed by the work that they are doing. However, I have to admit that I wasn’t aware of the scope of the network before. Hence, I wanted to remind the others, who like myself have been neglecting this network, to check out the amazing stories that the team puts together. 

How to Make a Better Display

Picture By: Adrian Kawula

Picture By: Adrian Kawula

I don’t know about you, but I often find myself wondering about the way I organize things and take great care to make them display nicely. Nobody wants to display a mess or clutter for public viewing. This blog deals with exactly that; how to organize your display so that it is clean, organized and a pleasure to look at. During my internship at the Mississauga Sports Council I learned many new and interesting things (I also had to teach myself some of these things as well). However, as part of my final project I have to prepare a display on Martial Arts in Mississauga. These are the tips and rules that I followed

My Very Own Personal Handpicked Timeline: A Sneak Peak

by Bhavpreet Saini

As you may recall, a couple of months ago I had changed my approach towards the timeline, and it is now coming along wonderfully, and I am due to be finished within a week or two. But that is not why I have brought you here today. Today I would like to discuss something different, something much more interesting and fascinating: my very own personal handpicked timeline.