Happy May (or, well, almost-June)! 

Hello and welcome to the eighth edition of the UniGlo Newsletter! It's Am, your Director of Internal Affairs, once again. Apologies that we're a little late this month—we've been busy planning the Student Conference, which is less than two weeks away (make sure you've RSVP'd)! Anyway, here's your usual monthly fill of updates and resources—we hope you enjoy and/or find something useful as always.
To seniors:
First off, to those of you who have completed your exams: congratulations! You did it! We hope you've been spending time decompressing, hanging out with friends and family, and taking it slow. Have a fantastic time during graduation—remember to take in every moment and cherish every bit of it. You deserve all of the success you're about to celebrate, and you should be so, so proud. :)

To those of you who are still or about to be taking exams: keep going! I know these words of encouragement often feel meaningless when you're in the middle of possibly one of the most high-stakes experiences of your life, but I want to remind you anyway: you've come so far, and exams are an opportunity for you to finally demonstrate all the hard work you've put in. Don't forget to believe in yourself!
Our New Executive Team Members!
Before I move on, I wanted to quickly introduce our two new exec members, Taisei and Suyash! They are both very-soon-to-be-graduates, and we are so grateful to have them join our team. :)

Taisei Inoue

With his numerous social and academic interests, Taisei has been actively engaged in improving his environment, whether at school or privately. Making the most out of his high school experience, Taisei has been leading the student council as president, represented his school as an ambassador in New York, acted as the school's music ambassador, and much more. As a senior at St. Andrews International School Bangkok, he plans to pursue International Relations and Political Science, with a minor in Performing Arts in Music at the University of Toronto.

Suyash Kothari

Suyash Kothari is a high school senior at Bangkok Patana School. As an active member of his school community, Suyash gives workshops to parents and teachers on gender stereotyping and, through his role of senior delegate, promotes student welfare. Though his main academic interests are in the sciences, he enjoys music, board games and multicolored socks, and hopes to expand his horizons at Brown University.
Newest globeChang(e) Episodes
Now, back to regularly scheduled programming—here are, as always, the newest episodes of globeChang(e):
Empower Yourself
Tools, resources, and bits we love
Stay productive with Google Keep—Google's note-taking platform. We mentioned it in our August event, Approaching the Application Season, but it's worth a proper plug in the newsletter. Its cross-platform syncing and speedy, straight-forward interface makes it the ideal place to dump and organize thoughts—it's an absolute essential for me, and I've been using it for over three years, non-stop.
Take a break with I Love Hue—one of my favourite time-wasting apps. :) Rearrange scrambled colour tiles into their correct grid-gradient order. It's very pleasing to the eyes, and genuinely a really nice, low-commitment way to take a break and do something mindless.
And lastly...
Once again, to non-seniors: don't forget to RSVP to the Student Conference! We can't wait to see you there and to have you hear from our wonderful speakers.
RSVP now! (Seats are limited)
 And that's it! 

We hope you found something inspiring, motivating, and/or useful as always. Thanks for reading, and let me know how you found this newsletter.

Congratulations once again!
-Am, on behalf of the UniGlo Team
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