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Posted by Garima on September 13, 2016

With more than 300 clubs at York University, it’s no wonder that students often feel overwhelmed when deciding on extracurricular activities for the year ahead. Is this club the right fit for me? Do ...
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Posted by Garima on September 8, 2016

Welcome back to school, Lions!   Now that September is here and classes are beginning, I thought this would be an appropriate time to recap our SUMMER 6IXTEEN — the things that happened on camp ...
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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 Garima on August 25, 2016

As summer comes to an end, a new era begins: O-WEEK 2016! O-WEEK FAQS What is O-Week, you ask? O-Week, also known as Orientation Week or Frosh, is a week-long event that allows incoming students to ea ...
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Posted by Garima on July 12, 2016

With more than 480 clubs at York University, it’s no wonder that students often feel overwhelmed when deciding on extracurricular activities for the year ahead. Is this club the right fit for me? Do ...
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Posted by Sam on May 19, 2016

  As part of Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage, a multi-media, multi-platform research-creation collaboration aimed at re-engaging Indigenous Canadian voices in visual art and performance, York ...
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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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