Tag: safety

Posted by York & U on September 5, 2017

As a student, you spend a lot of time on campus, from the lecture halls where you have classes to the green space where you hang out with your friends. No matter where you are on campus, York Universi ...
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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 Megan on August 12, 2014

It’s right about now when a lot of students decide for sure whether they are going to attend 0-week. I’m here to tell you to GO! Why? O-week makes you feel more comfortable on campus You ...
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Posted by Megan on July 17, 2014

Safety is a topic that a lot of new students ask questions about. I’m hoping that this article will highlight all the great resources that York currently offers so that students and their famili ...
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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 Jamila on March 27, 2014

I’ve lived in the YorkU Village for a long time and I often walk home late at night from the library at night like anytime from around 12 – 2 a.m. Sometimes, I go out and come back home la ...
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Posted by Megan on December 11, 2013

I’ve always been happy with York’s security. I personally feel that York has a lot of impressive resources – ranging from their GOSafe service to safety phones around campus, and eve ...
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Posted by Kira on February 11, 2013

Back in November of 2012, the President of York University Mamdouh Shoukri hosted an open forum to discuss the safety on campus. Administrators, staff and students, as well as members of the community ...
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Posted by York & U on February 24, 2012

Not everyone wants to live on campus and York recognizes this. The University acknowledges that many students choose to commute and so it offers some advice in choosing a place to live while studying. ...
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