Tag: commuting

Posted by Garima on June 2, 2016

Commuting: one word, nine letters, and the countless, dreaded hours spent on any form of transportation. In my first year, I was one of those res-staying, meal plan–using, wake-up-10-minutes-before- ...
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Posted by Arshia on October 28, 2015

Hello everyone! You haven’t heard from me in a while, but I wanted to check in. I hope everyone is having a good start to the school year so far. This term is the first one I’ll be commuting f ...
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Posted by Sunera on September 5, 2014

Check your courses Speaking from experience: I hated mathematics in high school. (I still don’t love it!). By the time I figured out what I wanted to pursue in university, I realized many of the pro ...
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Posted by Kira on March 25, 2014

In my last post, I talked about how to make a meal plan work for your lifestyle. But what if your lifestyle doesn’t involve a meal plan? For those who commute, live in the village or within Toro ...
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Posted by Sunera on February 26, 2014

Recently, I discovered a new option for commuting that York University offers. York University works in partnership with Smart Commute to promote carpooling. The campus is equipped with bike racks t ...
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Posted by Sunera on February 24, 2014

I recently updated my phone with free new apps. As students apps really help us organize ourselves. I came across some of these apps in the newspapers and magazines that that were suggested for stude ...
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Posted by Kira on February 11, 2014

After being accepted to university one of the first decisions you will have to make is deciding where you are going to live during your first year. For some it’s a no brainer, and for others it ...
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Posted by Kira on October 3, 2013

  We have some new student bloggers this year at York University and I’d like to introduce one of them. Sunera Ali is a fresh face on campus…she just started in May! She is majoring in Work a ...
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Posted by Kira on April 12, 2013

Sometimes, living at home, or from a location off campus is a better option for students. It can offer the opportunity to save money on living costs, have the support of family, or be a better locatio ...
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