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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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Beyond the Classroom: Early Childhood Education

Tyndale’s Human Services – Early Childhood Education is a unique program tailored to students who want to gain a well-rounded education in the Early Childhood Education field. It combines three years of studying at Tyndale University College with one year of studying at Seneca college to allow students to graduate with a bachelor’s degree and a diploma.

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Introducing Tyndale’s French Minor

Tyndale’s French minor is a new program which allows students to deepen both their aptitude and their passion for the French language and its diverse cultures. The program equips students with theoretical and practical skills to gain a thorough understanding of the language. Students are given the opportunity to develop these skills inside the classroom and out.

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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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The Story of A Tyndale Graduate: Andrew Fulford

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I had the opportunity to catch up with a Tyndale Alumnus, Andrew Fulford. Andrew graduated with an Honours Biblical Studies & Theology and minor in Philosophy in 2007. After which he went on to complete his MA in Theology at the University of Toronto; assisted in research and writing on early Christian text;

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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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Apologetics for who?

“For His invisible attributes, namely, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse.” (Romans 1:20 ESV)

The Apostle Paul affirmed the existence of God to be evident to all people,

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To The Professor Who Taught Me How To Live

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Where shall I begin, and what shall I say? To find the proper words and sentences to express my indebted gratitude to a professor who has done more than I could ever ask –  spurred me towards a pursuit of a career in academia, and taught me how to live –

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Top 13 Reasons to Visit Tyndale

Choosing a university is difficult. You want to attend a university that best fits you. If I had a time machine, I would have visited the different universities I was interested in before deciding, but only after I visited the moment Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses, fist bumped him,

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‘Tis the Season to be Stressed: Studying for Finals

Ah, December – the snow is falling, the air is cooling, hot chocolate is flowing and final exams are coming! Don’t panic, every student at one point in their life or another has felt that finals exams are like the Hunger Games…

Thankfully, your professors and teachers are not against you and these feelings of stress are normal.

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