Tag: getting involved

Posted by Rebecca on March 1, 2016

  In this YU Blog series, we’re breaking down leadership into accessible bites to help you unleash your inner leader. If you like who we’re profiling today, check out our first and second ins ...
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Posted by Rebecca on January 14, 2016

The holidays are officially over, and we as students have resumed our regular routines. Mine consists of drinking copious amounts of tea and trying to keep myself afloat amid the Winter semester. We&# ...
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Posted by Rebecca on October 23, 2015

David Collenette, one of Glendon’s most notable alumni, recently (at June’s Spring Convocation) said that Glendon College is a “bilingual gem in a unilingual sea.” I love that ...
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Posted by Rebecca on July 24, 2015

Hi everyone! We have now reached the halfway point of summer, which means that between cold drinks on the beach and late-night campfires, the thought of school might be creeping in. If you are enterin ...
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Posted by Rebecca on July 15, 2015

The Games have officially started! Considering the spectacular Opening Ceremonies this past Friday and the 25 gold medals Canada has won so far (64 medals in total), it is no wonder that Games feve ...
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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 April 22, 2015

York U is one of only three universities in Canada with a College system. Haven’t heard of the concept? Well, let me give you an overview… A college is an entity that allows you to make ...
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Posted by Megan on February 9, 2015

  Meet Pearl Zare, this week’s Influential Leader at York U. Pearl is 23 years old and a Kinesiology & Health Sciences student. She currently has an impressive number of roles as a ...
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Posted by Megan on July 29, 2014

As a fellow upper year student, I thought it was important to share my checklist for my remaining years. Being a university student means (amongst a ton of other factors) being responsible for your ac ...
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