Category: The Vari Reel

Posted by Sam on March 23, 2017

Today was comically cold. And the day before . . . . And I’m pretty sure the day before that too. BUT the sure signs of spring and summer have finally begun to emerge. Granted, they are rare and fa ...
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Posted by Sam on December 8, 2016

Exams started yesterday, and today I present to you not your typical guide to exam prep and survival, as the days of leisurely flipping through your notes are probably over and you are now most likely ...
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Posted by Sam on October 13, 2016

This is a mini-post I have been meaning to write since I began working here at the YUBlog. Not because it’s particularly informative, but because it involves one of the most universal past-times and ...
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Posted by Sam on September 29, 2016

I was having a conversation with a friend a couple days of ago about a particular classmate in one of her courses. She was irritated by her classmate’s tendency to interject into any class discussio ...
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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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