Tag: diversity

Posted by York & U on March 13, 2018

Diversity and inclusivity are core values of York University, and the “Reimagining Women’s Rights” panel discussion held in honour of International Women’s Day last week offere ...
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Posted by York & U on July 9, 2015

While York Administrative Studies student Yue (Crystal) Niu resorted to a “gut feeling” when she first applied to the program four years ago, her approach to selecting on-campus extracurricular ac ...
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Posted by Megan on June 17, 2014

One of my favourite aspects of York is how diverse our student body is. I personally feel that the respect our student body has for one another really leads to an awesome and inclusionary environment. ...
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Posted by Sunera on February 19, 2014

Each year student clubs unite to represent the vast diversity of different cultures that come together under one roof as students. This year was no exception, as there were many events lined up for s ...
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Posted by Megan on February 17, 2014

1. We have friendly groundhogs (yes, this had to be #1). I’ve heard and seen a few people interacting with friendly groundhogs on campus. Now this might not be worthy of being a deciding factor ...
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Posted by York & U on February 22, 2013

In the past, Toronto has often unofficially been labeled the most multicultural city in the world. This label given to Canada’s largest city is often seen reflected at York, with the schools diversi ...
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Posted by York & U on April 23, 2012

Although we all come to York for different reasons, we all end up loving it. From the community to the services to the awesome elective courses, York students love their university. Some love the comm ...
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Posted by York & U on March 5, 2012

With 50,000 students, York can seem like a pretty intimidating place for new students. Campus is huge, there are lots of people and everyone seems to have somewhere they need to be right away. Clubs a ...
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Posted by York & U on December 19, 2011

At this point, most of us have heard the term “global village.” It refers to the whole world being one community linked by communication networks, but those details are irrelevant here. The point ...
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