Author: York & U

Posted by York & U on August 1, 2017

I know, I know: if you’re a York U student, you’re currently busy enjoying your last few weeks of summer and you don’t want your vacation to end. However, I have some important news ...
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Posted by York & U on July 27, 2017

University is exciting and challenging for the same reason: it’s a life-changing experience that will help you grow as an individual. On one hand, your new independence gives you the freedom to ...
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Posted by York & U on March 2, 2017

It’s that time of year again: As those of you coming to the end of your high-school careers are beginning to think hard about what shape your future will take, universities are opening their doo ...
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Posted by York & U on February 14, 2017

Good morning, Lions! A short post for you today, as we all know what time of the year it is: midterms. Yes, it’s stressful, but . . . you can do it! The most important thing is to keep calm and ...
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Posted by York & U on November 3, 2016

You’ve probably heard it said more than once by now — from family, friends, teachers, counsellors — but it’s true: choosing the university that is right for you and where you will spend the fo ...
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Posted by York & U on May 19, 2016

  It’s an exciting time of year, when universities like York are sending out their offers of admission, rewarding your hard work of the past weeks and months with the promise of a bright fu ...
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Posted by York & U on May 10, 2016

  Yesterday the York community was in for a special treat: in bright sunlight on a warm spring day, students, staff, faculty and anyone visiting campus could make their way to the York Lions Stad ...
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Posted by York & U on April 12, 2016

    Why are we here? Are we alone in this universe? How is our planet capable of producing life? Can we planet-hop and live elsewhere?   These are some of the fundamental questions spac ...
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Posted by York & U on April 5, 2016

  Transferring to another college or university is a big decision. You’ll want to consider program completion time, financial options, course scheduling, career preparation, program quality and ...
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