Tag: students

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 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 January 26, 2017

“I cruised through all four years of University with flawless, undisturbed study!” said virtually no student ever. Things happen. We find jobs, get involved with clubs and/or sports, there are fam ...
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Posted by Sam on May 3, 2016

  This being the YU Student Blog, giving you information from a student’s perspective is obviously our main intention. What this can sometimes translate to, however, is us talking a lot ab ...
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Posted by Sam on April 21, 2016

The life of a student can be complicated. Study too much and you can experience burnout, but study too little and you’re seen as lazy and incapable. No truer is this than during the most wonderful t ...
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Posted by Sam on March 24, 2016

  I didn’t have it in elementary school, I certainly didn’t have it in high school, and only within the last two or three years of university have I even begun to grasp the idea of it. Perhap ...
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Posted by Sam on March 3, 2016

There you are. 6:58pm on an unusually warm Thursday evening. Before you to your left lie your battered student card and a selection of pens, immediately in front of you a scary-looking bundle of paper ...
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Posted by Sam on January 22, 2016

    Last night I had the privilege of going to the Music Media Concert organized by York’s Music Students Association. It was an orchestral production themed around iconic music from ...
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Posted by Sam on January 21, 2016

  61%. I’ll always remember that number. It was the number hastily scratched in red ink on the last page of my very first university essay.   I certainly wasn’t the most incredible high ...
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