Category: Careers

Posted by Breanna Marcelo on August 17, 2017

David Collenette, a notable alumni of Glendon Campus, once said that the school is a “bilingual gem in a unilingual sea”. I love that line, and after visiting York U’s beautiful bili ...
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Posted by Breanna Marcelo on August 3, 2017

With 300+ official clubs and student organizations at York University, it can be difficult to choose your extracurriculars for the year ahead. Not only is joining a student organization like the Rotar ...
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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 Breanna Marcelo on July 11, 2017

The Students of YU blog series highlights a cross-section of students at York University who are taking advantage of opportunities for involvement beyond their academic programs. Enjoy and be inspired ...
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Posted by Breanna Marcelo on June 6, 2017

Have you ever thought of doing a fun summer school course, but decided not to because of cost? Well, here’s a fascinating secret: York offers free courses where the credits are worth zero, but the f ...
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Posted by Jamila on September 6, 2016

I’ve lived in the YorkU Village for a long time, and I often walk home late at night from the library, frequently between 12am and 2am. Sometimes I go out, only to return well after dark on the ...
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Posted by Simone on August 30, 2016

Hello again, international students! After having given you tips on how to prepare for your arrival in Toronto and making some suggestions about what to do once you get here , it is time now to talk ...
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Posted by Garima on August 25, 2016

As summer comes to an end, a new era begins: O-WEEK 2016! O-WEEK FAQS What is O-Week, you ask? O-Week, also known as Orientation Week or Frosh, is a week-long event that allows incoming students to ea ...
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Posted by Garima on May 31, 2016

I will be one of the first to admit that besides my Grade 9 project on the Aurora Borealis (commonly referred to as the Northern Lights) and its origins based on Indigenous folklore, I was never as we ...
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