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Community Belonging

By Student Blogger Roxanne Oduro

From the moment I was accepted at Tyndale, I was in a constant state of anticipation. I was eager to begin my studies as a psychology student.

Fast-forward to Fall 2013. I was finally here. I was ready. I had a game plan,

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A Refuge for the Stressed

Written by Ryan MacKinnon

Ben KlassenFor many students coming into university, writing your first university paper can be a very scary task. With thousands of words and grammar rules that make heads spin, paper writing can be an uphill battle.

This is true of students such as Brandon Andrade,

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Getting to the Deep End

Written by Brandon Andrade

Two students studyingDo you remember when you first learned to swim? When they wanted to bring you to the deep end and take off your life jacket? Some people casually paddle with help from the instructor. Some are too scared and need to be held the whole time while they nervously kick around.

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BBQ on Bayview

Exciting things are happening at Bayview Campus! The school has recently launched its new Apologetics stream as part of the Philosophy program; renovations are underway for a crosswalk so that students can cross Bayview more readily; and the gym is getting an addition with separate male and female locker rooms!

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From College to University: Why Tyndale?

An interview by student blogger Roxanne Oduro with Joshua Hayford, a transfer student from Seneca College, currently in his 3rd year at Tyndale.

What made you want to switch schools in the first place?

Joshua HayfordI was studying at Seneca College in the Social Service Worker program.

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Starting Over – A Return to the Classroom

By Brandon Andrade

Brandon AndradeIn 2015 I found myself with the gruesome desire to pursue post-secondary education. Gruesome, because I had been out of high school for three years, and gruesome, because I hadn’t done particularly well when I was in high school. Yet there I was,

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Finding the Right Place at TyndaleU

University is always a big decision in people’s lives. But what if the university you’re at doesn’t feel right for you?

Student Blogger, Ryan MacKinnon, recently spoke with Scott Wessel, a current student at Tyndale, who after three years of focusing on a computer science degree, decided to transfer to Tyndale.

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Oxford Reflections by Conor Sweetman

The Oxford Study Program offered by Tyndale provided a rich opportunity for mental expansion and spiritual maturation. Four days of the week were spent at Regent’s Park College, where we spent innumerable hours delving into the literary depths of Shakespeare’s histories, tragedies and romances, as well as the theatrical heritage spanning from the Greeks to modern drama;

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Black Educators of Tyndale

BET PanelUnity. Authenticity. Discussion. Teaching. Learning.

These are the values that BET (Black Educators of Tyndale) display and strive for in the Tyndale community, along with great food! Read on to hear what two of our BET club members have to say about the events and success from the BET club in the past year.

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Working Abroad – Kaitlyn Williams’ Business Administration and International Development Internship Experience

I enrolled in Tyndale’s Business Administration – International Development because I had always had an interest in humanitarianism. Every course that I read about fascinated me, but the best part about the entire program for me is the three-month internship in Malawi, Africa! Travelling is something that I have always loved,

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