Five lessons Laurin Black (BSc ’18) learned as a Warrior to help her succeed in life.
Five lessons Laurin Black (BSc ’18) learned as a Warrior to help her succeed in life.By Laurin Black Alumnus
I’m Laurin, and I am entering my second year working towards my Masters of Science in Physiotherapy (PT) at the University of Toronto as a Co-President of the PT Student Association. While I’m painted blue, I still bleed black and gold! I graduated from Waterloo in 2018 with my BSc in Kinesiology with a minor in Rehabilitation Sciences with co-op.
Today, I’ll be sharing with you the top five things I learned as a Warrior that I still rely on today!
While at Waterloo, I learned many lessons beyond the four walls of a lecture hall that helped contribute to my success now. Waterloo provided me with the opportunity to grow in so many ways — thank UWaterloo!
Laurin Black (BSc ’18) is a proud alumnus of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences. She is an active volunteer who has given her time to support a range of wellness and community programs.