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Posted by Rebecca Denyer on June 20, 2017

Whether you’re looking to get in shape, bond with friends or learn new fitness skills, Tait McKenzie is the place to go! You can choose between the free, basic membership or the $15 per academic ...
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Posted by Breanna Marcelo on June 13, 2017

How do we welcome high-school graduates? By having them walk the red carpet onto our campus! The 5th Annual Walk With Excellence was held at the Keele Campus on May 24, 2017. In celebration of their a ...
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Posted by Breanna Marcelo on June 7, 2017

You might still be adding summer courses to your schedule, and you’re likely to be getting ready to enroll in your fall courses. Figuring out your course schedule for the upcoming school year just g ...
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Posted by Rebecca Denyer on June 2, 2017

On May 28 and 29, Toronto celebrated its annual Doors Open Toronto event where more than 150 landmark buildings citywide hosted free tours for incoming visitors. Archives of Toronto sign at York Unive ...
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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 May 19, 2016

  As part of Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage, a multi-media, multi-platform research-creation collaboration aimed at re-engaging Indigenous Canadian voices in visual art and performance, York ...
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Posted by Sam on May 12, 2016

Here at the YUBlog, we’re always looking for new and interesting ways to present the true University experience. Photos, videos, the written word, testimonials . . . you name it. One thing we h ...
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Posted by Sam on December 4, 2015

  There are two seasons in Canada, construction and winter, and unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) construction season has come to an end. Canada’s weather system is essentially a jack-in-a-b ...
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Posted by Sam on November 12, 2015

  If you’re like me, a person who grew up far, far removed from the vast Toronto public transit system, listening to someone trying to give you transit directions in first year was the equivale ...
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