Tag: tips

Posted by Garima on August 16, 2016

PLACES @ YORKU   The Ab: “The Ab” is a nickname for The Absinthe Pub & Coffee Shop, which is run by students. Housed in Winters College, the Ab features a large-screen TV, dartboards, pin ...
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Posted by Sam on July 21, 2016

It’s difficult to speak for all people, and very rarely is it OK to do so, but there are certain desires I think everyone subconsciously pursues. We all want people to listen to us, to heed our advi ...
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Posted by Sam on July 7, 2016

  So, this might not be the most practical post you’ve ever read, but I had a thought the other day. By “other day” I mean a mean a couple of months ago, when my friend dragged me t ...
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Posted by Garima on June 28, 2016

The other day I was casually browsing through my LinkedIn feed when I came across a post from a company named Brilliant Ads. As you can see in the photo, there’s nothing special; just a regular news ...
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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 Sam on June 9, 2016

Summer school in university and summer school in high school are two very different things. I remember a friend telling me in first year at York that he was enrolled in classes over the summer and bei ...
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Posted by Sam on March 24, 2016

  I didn’t have it in elementary school, I certainly didn’t have it in high school, and only within the last two or three years of university have I even begun to grasp the idea of it. Perhap ...
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Posted by Sam on February 11, 2016

  As graduating high-school students become more and more excited with the approach of June, one important part of university will be occupying their — your — minds: offers of admission from ...
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Posted by Sam on January 21, 2016

  61%. I’ll always remember that number. It was the number hastily scratched in red ink on the last page of my very first university essay.   I certainly wasn’t the most incredible high ...
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