Since I grew up in Michigan, my initial plan was to attend college at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
My family raised me in a small town outside of Ann Arbor and we drove by the campus regularly whenever we’d drive into town to shop at a mall or large department store.
It wasn’t a matter of getting accepted that made it impossible to attend that school. In fact, I was accepted immediately after I applied. However, the in-state tuition was still too high for me to afford, even with the scholarships that I secured. I am a visual artist and had several scholarships from competitions that I had won during my teen years. Since there was a special art program at the St. George campus of the University of Toronto, I also applied there. When I was accepted, I wasn’t expecting an offer that would reduce my tuition by roughly 80% if I decided to be a student of the University of Toronto. I accepted their offer and began preparing to be a Canadian citizen for the first time, which involved getting a passport and a school visa. Walking around Toronto with my parents for the first time was a fun experience. We got to see the CN Tower, and of course the gorgeous Queen’s Park right outside the University of Toronto college campus. While I was a student, I spent many nights wandering around Queen’s Park with a lit sploof, which is a cigarette with cannabis and tobacco mixed. Back then you had to buy all of your campus off the black market, but nowadays Toronto has over 200 legal cannabis dispensaries to shop at.
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