Tag: undergraduate

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 January 12, 2017

The holidays are over and you are likely in one of two situations. You are either enjoying a newfound fortune (granted a fortune for a student is a $25 Starbucks gift card) courtesy of your generous f ...
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Posted by Sam on November 1, 2016

Building on one of my previous posts, The Importance of Applying What You Learn, I thought I’d take the next logical step and tell you about Experiential Education (EE). It’s one of those ...
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Posted by Sam on September 22, 2016

As a first-year university student, wouldn’t it be wonderful to peer into the future and have a conversation with your fourth-year, senior self? You could find out what you wish you would have done ...
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Posted by Sam on August 23, 2016

  So I’m graduating in the fall. Everyone keeps asking, “Are you excited? What’s the plan after?”, to which I respond with a smile, “Of course! I intend to get a full-time job in the field ...
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Posted by Sam on June 21, 2016

For those of you who don’t know, today, June 21, is the 20th anniversary of National Aboriginal Day here in Canada. To honor York University’s long-standing connection to Indigenous heritage, we ...
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Posted by Sam on May 12, 2016

Here at the YUBlog, we’re always looking for new and interesting ways to present the true University experience. Photos, videos, the written word, testimonials . . . you name it. One thing we h ...
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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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