Tag: york u

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 Sunera on October 14, 2013

During first week of school, as I was walking to class a beautiful poster caught my eye. To my excitement, it was a play called Painted Skin being presented by the Department of Theatre on September 1 ...
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Posted by Sunera on October 9, 2013

Interviewee: Megan is a third year transfer student at York University majoring in Psychology. Affiliation with Interviewee: This past week I had a chance to interview my peer Megan. I met Megan at my ...
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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 Kira on April 16, 2013

In the past two posts, I’ve discussed two different living accommodations for students, living in residence and commuting. However what do you do if commuting isn’t an option, and res life doesn ...
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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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Posted by Kira on April 3, 2013

One of the unique aspect of being a student at York University is our College System. Only three universities in all of Canada use this system, so it sets York apart. Colleges are little communities w ...
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Posted by Kira on March 15, 2013

Coffee is a university student’s best friend. It allows us to concentrate in lectures early in the morning, and can keep us going throughout our late night study sessions before a huge exam. As an a ...
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Posted by Kira on March 5, 2013

This time of year is very stressful for all those students who have applied to university, and are anxiously waiting to be accepted. What is even more stressful is when there is another component to t ...
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