Category: York & U

Posted by York & U on November 3, 2016

You’ve probably heard it said more than once by now — from family, friends, teachers, counsellors — but it’s true: choosing the university that is right for you and where you will spend the fo ...
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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 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 June 23, 2016

A post of mine published last week highlighted the Visual Schedule Builder (VSB), its uses, functionality and the Paper vs. VSB game. This time, however, I thought I would do things a little different ...
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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 Garima on June 15, 2016

Yesterday you may have read my colleague Sam’s post, “Meditation — A Key to Success.” This article is part 2 of that post. Have you ever been told or thought to yourself, “you just lost the ...
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Posted by Sam on June 14, 2016

    Oprah Winfrey, David Lynch, Bill Ford, Russell Simmons, Steve Jobs, Paul McCartney . . . other than monumental success, what do these people have in common? Meditation. Mindfulness medit ...
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Posted by Garima on June 7, 2016

Let’s face it: summer on campus can get quite boring. Campus life slows down significantly and most of us would much rather be in a tropical place like the Bahamas, swimming with the dolphins or tak ...
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