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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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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 Megan on August 4, 2015

Hi friends, In just a few short days, excitement throughout the Americas will once again rise with the beginning of the Parapan Am Games. We will surely be in for more athletic treats of the highest ...
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Posted by Megan on July 30, 2015

Hi Friends, I can hardly believe that the first part of the Games has come to an end! With some brilliant highs (Shawn Barber’s gold medal in pole vault comes to mind) and some disappointing lows (G ...
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Posted by Megan on July 17, 2015

Hi Friends, The Games are FINALLY here, and I’m so excited! With a beautiful Opening Ceremony (check out these amazing pictures) featuring — but not limited to — amazing acrobatic art per ...
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Posted by Kren on January 14, 2015

Completing my teaching placement has given me the opportunity to talk with grade 12 students and see what they have been involved in during their last year of high school. As a teacher candidate, I s ...
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