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What You Need to Know About Tyndale’s Counselling Services

Did you know Tyndale students can receive free, on-campus counselling? Tyndale’s Counselling Services can be a great support to you, especially during the major transition you experience as a first-year student. The department offers professional counselling to individuals, couples and families, as well as seminars and events on a variety of topics.

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Tyndale’s Support Services

Tyndale is committed to supporting all students in their academic, spiritual and personal journeys. One of the many ways Tyndale honours this commitment is by providing support to students who require special accommodations. From academic tutoring, to counselling services, to disability accommodation, Tyndale supports and aids students to reach their fullest potential throughout their university years.

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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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Top Six Places to Study at Tyndale

58ca4176a56bec02384aee4e11c1a6882127dc878a9cca77c0cc6f936d36a552With midterms well on their way, and everyone now settled onto our new and spacious campus, students are flocking to their favourite study spots with a coffee and snacks in hand. If you are still searching for that perfect study spot, or you like to change things up every once in a while,

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What Should You Study?

“Follow your passion and not the money; for money will follow your passion,” said my father.
I.J. Makan

BA Biblical Studies & Theology and Philosophy
Fourth Year
Senior Student Admissions Representative

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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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Land of The Rising Sun

Japan, located in East Asia is made up of four main Islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku. Japan’s population is estimated around 126 million making it the tenth largest in the world. Over 70% of Japan claims no personal religion but, a total of 69% would fall into the hands of Buddhism and only 1.54% would consider themselves Christian.

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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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