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New Student Spotlight: Carla-Ann

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Incoming Psychology major Carla-Ann is one of our two scholarship winners for the 2015-2016 entering year. I had the opportunity to catch up with Carla-Ann earlier this month to discuss the award. “To be the winner of the Presidential Award was an unexpected surprise,” states Carla-Ann,

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Land of The Rising Sun

Japan, located in East Asia is made up of four main Islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku. Japan’s population is estimated around 126 million making it the tenth largest in the world. Over 70% of Japan claims no personal religion but, a total of 69% would fall into the hands of Buddhism and only 1.54% would consider themselves Christian.

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Being the Hands and Feet

Here at Tyndale University College we love to work within the community, serving and reaching out to those around us. Getting involved in the community is an important aspect of your university experience, and it is a good way to put what you are learning in the classroom to practical use.

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Making an Impact in Moldova

Sarah Rennick is one of the university’s fourth year Business Administration – International Development students. This past September, Sarah travelled to Chisinau, Moldova, where she is currently interning with Beginning of Life, an organization that works toward the prevention of human trafficking and rehabilitates women who have experienced sexual exploitation.

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Top 10 Things You Should Do at University

1)  Ask the hard questions – you will be inspired to learn.

2)  Get involved – choose volunteer opportunities that will help you put the skills you learn in the classroom into practice. It looks great on a resumé!

3)  Education (specifically a liberal arts education) is meant to make you a better person.

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Finding Myself in Missions

photo (1) If you asked me five years ago what I wanted to do, I wouldn’t say that I want to go to Africa, Haiti or any other under-developed country for that matter. I never thought my heart would burst with passion, longing to serve and show love to people that I didn’t even know.

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Cultivate: Frosh Week 2014

Frosh Week 2014 was seven days of excitement, nerves, stress, curiosity and much more. The week began with university students moving into what they will call home for the next year. Halls and dorms were flooded with the busyness of putting rooms together, making friends, meeting leadership and saying goodbye to family.

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