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Posted by York & U on September 19, 2017

Ask any graduate about their favourite memories from university and most will tell you about their experiences playing for an intramural team, going to campus events with their friends or tutoring the ...
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Posted by Rebecca Denyer on July 13, 2017

York University will be hosting athletes and sport competitions for the North American Indigenous Games from July 16 to 23, 2017. The Games will feature more than 5,000 athletes from across North Amer ...
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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 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 Sam on May 26, 2016

  For those of you who don’t know, the 20th Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival is currently taking place all throughout Toronto. Until the end of May (and in some cases beyond that da ...
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Posted by Sam on January 29, 2016

  As expected, Let’s Talk Day this past Wednesday, January 27, was a great success. As mentioned in my previous post, York had the pleasure of welcoming Asha, AJ, Aspen and Jazz, four thera ...
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Posted by Sam on June 30, 2015

One of the great things about living in a big city is that there is always something to do, and with the Pan Am Games coming to Toronto in July, this summer is certainly no different. Now, unless your ...
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Posted by Megan on August 28, 2014

“Games are a series of interesting decisions” – Sid Meier, most well known for Civilization. As a life-long gamer, I couldn’t help but notice the many ways that university i ...
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Posted by Megan on June 19, 2014

Pride Week starts tomorrow and it’s an important (and fun) cause to be a part of as it celebrates and brings attention to the diversity in the LGBTQ+ community. This year, the events will be pro ...
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