Different times bring out different creative ideas! Inspired by the virtual and endless (or virtually endless, depending on how you want to say it) opportunities that COVID19 presents in this crazy time, the team at Humber Global put on this incredible challenge in which students around the world participated to break currently available solutions to particular topics and show the gaps that they present. Students could pic any topic they liked. Student teams competed, and each was assigned two mentors. When the call came to volunteer as a mentor, I was committed before I had finished reading the first sentence. How could I not seize this unique opportunity? The five weeks that ensued was everything I expected, full of rewards, benefits and challenges which - when they were mastered - turned into additional rewards and benefits! It was amazing to see how students used their vacations, their free time between going to work, or in-between coursework, to dedicate themselves to this project. With a couple of people dropping out and others joining, we had Abdullah, Fila and Chetan in the end who were the hard core of our group. What a great job you did!! Big shout out to my co-mentor Anthony Nguyen from Peer Tutoring Services at the Lake. Besides helping those students succeed, we also bonded and call ourselves lucky to have another Humber connection in our network outside of our usual program and faculty/department circle. I already miss him and this summer is barely over. Also, hats off to the incredible team at Humber Global, the two Rebeccas <3 (Fitzgerald and Trautwein that is), and Jennifer Wilson-Lee. Not sure how they were able to pull is off in the time they would have had, it appeared they had spent years of work on this!