A few weeks ago I learned I was about to receive the opportunity of a lifetime. I had heard a little about an amazing leadership retreat called LeaderShape and I was pretty sure I wanted to go. I started an application online and got about 3/4 of the way through before I panicked. For so […]

Whether you are interested in volunteering your time for a good cause or you want to build experience for your future education or career path, today’s Volunteer Fair will get you started on the right track. More than 30 amazing organizations are represented, from CNIB Lake Joseph Centre to  Youth Without Shelter. The Volunteer Fair is one of thee […]

Fall Campus Day is almost here! Don’t forget to join us tomorrow, November 8 from 10am to 2:30pm. An agenda is available on the Fall Campus Day website so you can plan your day before you get here. Just hover over a session or tour name and click “attend” and when you print the page, the […]

One thing that I’ve always loved about York is all the different ways the university offers support for students. This fall, Counselling & Disability Services (CDS) rolled out a bunch of new services and initiatives including the Disability Services App, the Personal Development Certicate (PDC), and  new workshops. I decided to embark on a mission to attain […]

Fall Campus Day is only a week away, on November 8 from 10am to 2:30 pm. It’s a great experience and I definitely encourage all of our readers to attend. That being said… Did you know there are tons of other fun things to do on campus? Coming to campus on a regular day is a great […]

As some of you might have noticed, there has been a recent eruption in news coverage on the topic of the liberal arts. Thankfully, many people are reaching out to support the many values of a liberal arts degree. Kevin Wong, a Canadian student studying at Princeton University, has this to say:   Wong also references a […]