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Investigating the Human Mind: Tyndale’s Psychology Program

If you are one of those people who enjoys watching shows like Lie to Me, Criminal Minds, or psychological thriller movies, you may have more than a passing interest in Psychology. I caught up with Dr. Amanda Azarbehi, Professor of Psychology, to find out more about Tyndale’s Psychology program.

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History, the Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Pursuit of Truth

History is most commonly described as the study of the past, but I see it as also being the active pursuit of truth in both the past and the present. Historians dedicate their lives to uncovering the mysteries of the past and revealing how these former events are crucial to the understanding of current events,

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Places to Hang Out on Campus

There is something enticing about exploring an old building and seeking out the mysteries lining beneath the rough stone and twinkling stained glass. Tyndale’s new campus is a cornucopia of corridors, side rooms and fascinating nooks that has been equated to a scene out of the Maze Runner. This maze not only provides valuable procrastinating time from homework (guilty),

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How Tyndale Students Connect

One of the many things Tyndale has taught me is that a university education is about more than getting good grades and getting the degree, though that too is important, but university education, in its entirety, is the process of understanding what it means to be humans. Part of this understanding comes from building connections with a myriad of individuals who help you grow,

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How to Handle ‘Pre-Test Syndrome’ by Studying Smarter, Not Harder

It is Monday morning and there you sit, panic swirling inside your stomach, sweaty palms clutching your favourite pen, and a jumble of incoherent thoughts ranging from Louis IX to the square root of pi. These are classic symptoms of ‘pre-test panic’ – don’t worry, we have all been there.

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Born for This: Discovering Your Calling Amongst the Possibilities

Our world is constantly in motion, propelled by progress and fixated on production. There is intense pressure to succeed and keep up or risk being left behind, and this is particularly palpable when choosing a career.

In Grade 12, the expectation to have my life mapped out before university caused me great anxiety.

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7 Frequently Asked Questions About Tyndale

Choosing a university was one of the most difficult and stressful experiences of my adolescent life. I visited multiple university campuses, spent hours on my application, and placed considerable pressure on myself to choose the right program and the right university. I quickly discovered that choosing a university was less of a “Will I get in?” decision and more of a “Is this the right place for me?” decision.

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Seeking Justice: Tyndale’s Social Justice Club

University is not only a wonderful opportunity to expand your intellectual capacities. It is a place to explore your passions and put what you are learning into practical use. Joining a student club allows you to develop your passions and skills outside of the classroom while building lifelong memories in the process.

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Hacks for Writing a University Paper

Nestled snuggly between midterms and final exams resides the dreaded paper season. This season — often accompanied by frequent raids on the campus café by students for anything sugar and caffeine-related — can be a terrifying experience. However, one of the benefits of a university education at Tyndale is that you acquire a certain skill set for written and verbal communication that is beneficial for any career.

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The Truth about Dorm Life

Let’s face it, the media has made dorm life look like a cross between a dark hole in the wall and party central where no one can get any work done. Good news, neither of these depictions are true!

Residence life provides many perks, particularly to new students who may be living on their own for the first time.

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