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Spotlight on: George Sweetman, Dean of Students

It comes to no surprise that Tyndale is well known for its welcoming community, energetic atmosphere, and riveting ball hockey season. If you spend any length of time here, whether for an Encounter Day or an Undergraduate degree, you are bound to be swept up in all that Tyndale has to offer.

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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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TCKs’ Experiences at Tyndale

International students are cool. It’s true. They have some crazy stories. They’ve eaten unique food. They speak languages that no one would guess. Third Culture Kids (TCK), those who have grown up temporarily in various countries, fall into this category too.

As a TCK, I had a hard time moving away from my home,

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Which Student Council Role is Right for You?

Being selected to lead fellow students is one of the many fantastic opportunities at Tyndale.  Student Council’s focus is to plan and facilitate events for the entire student body, but their role is so much more than just that. As George Sweetman, Dean of Student Life, would put it: “If the student hasn’t grown,

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Oxford Studies at Tyndale: First Thoughts from Conor

Tyndale offers students the chance to spend a semester studying in England for academic credit. ExploreTU blogger Conor is an English major participating in the program. Here are his first thoughts on his experience so far:

 
Oxford is not what I expected.

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Spotlight on: Dr. Barry Smith, VP Academic and Dean

Before coming to Tyndale I had always heard about the rare, tight-knit relationships that faculty members have with students and that deeply interested me.  I wondered is this simply a faculty member being friendly? Or do they actually truly care about who I am and who I want to be?

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What does it mean to be a Christian Athlete?

guardiansI want to challenge a notion with this blog. Our culture today has labeled the Christian athlete as one who prays for a win or simply thanks God when they succeed in their sport. I want to let you know that this couldn’t be further from what it truly means to be a Christian Athlete.

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5 Reasons to take Personality Psychology

Personality is fascinating stuff. Who doesn’t enjoy analyzing themselves? It’s fun to figure out how to describe ourselves. First dates these days often include questions like “What’s your Myers-Briggs type?” But there is so much more to personality! If you want a course that relates to so many aspects of life,

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New Year’s Resolutions from the Tyndale Community

Have you committed to a New Year’s resolution yet? It’s not too late! We have some ideas for you that will hopefully get you thinking – ranging from thought-provoking to slightly crazy! Staff and students at Tyndale have their work cut out for them with these New Year’s resolutions.

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“Dress better…

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How to Be a Financially Stable Student

The statements I am a University Student and I am financially stable aren’t usually seen together, but can they be?  University can be tough financially and I want to challenge the notion that it’s impossible for both statements to be true. It doesn’t matter if you make a lot of money or a little.

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