Author: Sam

Sam recently graduated with an Honours BA in Communications.

Posted by Sam on September 22, 2016

As a first-year university student, wouldn’t it be wonderful to peer into the future and have a conversation with your fourth-year, senior self? You could find out what you wish you would have done ...
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Posted by Sam on September 20, 2016

  Lists are love, lists are life. Today on the YUBlog I bring to you a quick list of 15 resources and tools — some known, some not so well known — that York students of all years can use and ...
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Posted by Sam on August 23, 2016

  So I’m graduating in the fall. Everyone keeps asking, “Are you excited? What’s the plan after?”, to which I respond with a smile, “Of course! I intend to get a full-time job in the field ...
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Posted by Sam on August 11, 2016

Did you know York University has a campus in Costa Rica? Pretty awesome, right? Even cooler is the fact that it is located in the foothills of La Amistad National Park, which encompasses 401,000 hecta ...
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Posted by Sam on August 10, 2016

Last year marked the success of a number of York athletes at the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, part of which took place right here on York’s Keele campus. Fast-forward to 2016, and the Rio Olympics are n ...
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Posted by Sam on July 21, 2016

It’s difficult to speak for all people, and very rarely is it OK to do so, but there are certain desires I think everyone subconsciously pursues. We all want people to listen to us, to heed our advi ...
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Posted by Sam on July 14, 2016

    In the blink of an eye a year has passed, and believe it or not, it was around this time in 2015 that York University (among other venues) was playing host to the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games ...
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Posted by Sam on July 7, 2016

  So, this might not be the most practical post you’ve ever read, but I had a thought the other day. By “other day” I mean a mean a couple of months ago, when my friend dragged me t ...
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Posted by Sam on June 30, 2016

You are a Grade 12 high school student, have just gotten back the final grades from your treacherous high-school adventure — and much to your chagrin, they are not quite what you expected. The unive ...
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