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Posted by Megan on July 15, 2014

Adjusting to university isn’t only tricky for a student, it often is tricky for their family as well. Today’s post is going to point out some resources and tips to help minimize the diffic ...
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Posted by Megan on April 28, 2014

Hi Readers! Can you believe it? This is my last post of the Winter semester…wow. I don’t know if anyone else experiences this phenomenon but the Fall semester always seems to go by normall ...
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Posted by Kira on April 22, 2014

Back in the fall, I wrote a blog post about the fabulous Frosh Week that I was a part of as a Frosh Boss. It was a great week! So many fun and crazy events like the rainy (yet awesome) football game, ...
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Posted by Sunera on October 16, 2013

Let’s face it, University is a new environment. It’s like starting a new job or moving to a new country. Personally speaking, orientation really put everything into perspective for me. Despite hav ...
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Posted by Kira on April 23, 2013

O-Week, Frosh Week…all of these are phrases you’ve probably heard, and they all mean the same thing: New Student Orientation! It’s a tradition of pretty much every university to plan a bunch of ...
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Posted by Kira on April 18, 2013

The first thing every new student should do when coming to York is check out the Red Zone. It’s an orientation program for incoming students that does a great job of giving the information needed in ...
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Posted by York & U on August 6, 2012

    Orientation is just around the corner, and to help get students ready, one of Bethune College’s Orientation Chairs (O-Chair), Jasper Tubula, shares some advice and memories from Or ...
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Posted by York & U on July 25, 2012

  It’s the event you have been looking forward to all summer: Orientation (also referred to by some as Frosh Week). Orientation events for this year will take place over the course of 10 days, ...
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Posted by York & U on March 19, 2012

Receiving your offer of admission is a great feeling. Finally all your hard work has paid off and you can stop stressing about whether or not you’re going to be accepted. As always, though, there’ ...
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