Tag: food

Posted by York & U on August 24, 2017

It goes without saying that your university years are full of learning opportunities. Not only are we developing valuable career skills and expertise in our chosen fields, but we’re also learnin ...
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Posted by Garima on September 2, 2016

Moving into residence this September? This post is for you!   Much like everyone says, res life will truly become one of the best experiences of your life. From waking up 15 minutes before your c ...
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Posted by Arshia on May 14, 2015

Tackling some of the most talked-about issues about starting life as a York U student. Even if you’re a commuter, there are tons of ways to make new friends.   Though York University is kno ...
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Posted by Arshia on December 23, 2014

Hey everyone, My name is Arshia, a second-year student pursuing a Specialized Honours BA in International Studies at Glendon, York University’s bilingual campus. Welcome to my blog, A Tale of Tw ...
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Posted by Megan on May 22, 2014

We live in a world now that has faster and faster technological advancements and luckily for us most of these advancements are not only quite beneficial but also very accessible. Students in the past ...
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Posted by Megan on May 20, 2014

One of the most common complaints I hear about York University is regarding its food selection. “The food at York is too overpriced” “Why isn’t there more affordable healthy food available” ...
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Posted by Jamila on April 10, 2014

There are over 40 cool places to eat at York University and I’ve been to most of them. Now, it sounds like a lot of food choices but they come in very handy for a school that has over 60,000 st ...
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Posted by Kira on April 10, 2014

Eating healthy is one of the best things you can do for yourself. You feel better and have more energy…what busy university student doesn’t want that? Of course with eating healthy it can ...
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Posted by Kira on March 25, 2014

In my last post, I talked about how to make a meal plan work for your lifestyle. But what if your lifestyle doesn’t involve a meal plan? For those who commute, live in the village or within Toro ...
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