So you study at York’s Keele campus . . . but who says you can’t visit “the other campus”, Glendon? As a proud Glendonite, I thought I’d share just a few of the many tidbits that make Glendon a campus like no other – and entice you to visit the campus yourself. Now is a better time than […]

By Kevin Cao Attending the Career Success event last year, which was organized by York’s Counselling & Disability Services (CDS) and the Career Centre, gave me an amazing insight on disability in the workplace. Topics included workplace disclosure, accommodations, types of disabilities, and with all of that I was also able to network with students, staff […]

As graduating high-school students become more and more excited as June gets ever closer, one important part of university  is already occupying your minds – your offers of admission. You might be anxiously waiting for all your offers to come. You might be wondering how you are ever going to narrow down your choices to […]

  Meet Pearl Zare, this week’s Influential Leader at York U. Pearl is 23 years old and a Kinesiology & Health Sciences student. She currently has an impressive number of roles as a student, employee and volunteer which include but are not limited to: Working at SCLD as Clubs Peer Mentor; Volunteering with YFS on the Clubs Committee; Vice-President […]

Never taken the shuttle before? It’s hard to miss. You might get the smaller white shuttle that looks like this:   or the longer white shuttle that looks like this:   But more often than not, you’ll be taking this:   Yep, definitely hard to miss. 1) Total Convenience   From Monday to Friday, the […]

Most students have heard throughout high school that university life is full of big changes. By the time you’re in your senior year of high school, you can’t wait to get out and exercise the freedom of choosing exactly what you want to study, not have anyone tell you to go to class, and hang out in your on-campus residence. One major change that […]