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Starting the School Year: Top Ten Tips

By Student Blogger, Brandon Andrade

Students on CampusI spoke to a few students and thought long and hard myself about what advice I could give somebody (and that I wish somebody gave me) for first year at University. Here are the top 10 pieces of advice I’d gotten!

  1. Find a local church.

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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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Preparing for University

I remember lying down on my bed thinking, “What can I do to get ready for Tyndale University College?” And I’m sure many of you have thought the very same thing; for that reason, I thought I’d help you get ready for Tyndale.

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6 Very Important Things to Bring to the Meet and Eat BBQ

First of all, congratulations to all accepted students! We are excited to have you join the Tyndale community as we begin a new journey on the Bayview campus! A celebration is needed, and we hope to see you at the Meet and Eat BBQ for accepted students on June 13.

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Sneak Peek at Next Year’s Student Council

The University College Student Council Executive Team for the 2015-2016 academic year was just voted in by the Tyndale university community. Here is your sneak peek for who your President and Vice Presidents are for the upcoming year!

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Adam Morton – President

Year in September: Fourth Year

Program: Biblical Studies and Theology with a minor in Worship and Music Ministries

Career Goal: I would love to be involved in some sort of music-driven ministry (worship pastor,

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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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