Felix G.

Felix is an honours physics and computer science student in his senior year at McGill University. His current research involves exploring the ways YouTube and Facebook encourage siloing of thought, particularly in politics and health. Before McGill, Felix worked part-time as a museum guide at the National Museum of Math in New York City. He is passionate about mathematics and physics — especially the mathematics and physics of chaos – and has four years of experience helping students as a tutor. In his free time you can find him teaching himself guitar, practicing Muay Thai, or eating grilled cheese.


Krista is a second-year student at Queen’s University in the Concurrent Education program hoping to become a high school teacher in the future. Krista is working towards her major in health studies with teachable subjects in geography and Indigenous studies. She loves helping others and has always had a passion for teaching. Krista has grown-up-loving sports, and she proudly became a member of the Queen’s Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team this past year. She understands the importance of both mental and physical health and would love nothing more than to help young students learn how to balance both.

Although she is not a certified teacher…yet, Krista has worked with young children often. She has spent her summers working at camps teaching different activities such as crafts, biking and swimming. In high school, Krista spent time tutoring and working in a classroom as a co-op student.

In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends, playing sports, or exercising, exploring new places, and spending time outdoors.