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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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Hacks for Writing a University Paper

Nestled snuggly between midterms and final exams resides the dreaded paper season. This season — often accompanied by frequent raids on the campus café by students for anything sugar and caffeine-related — can be a terrifying experience. However, one of the benefits of a university education at Tyndale is that you acquire a certain skill set for written and verbal communication that is beneficial for any career.

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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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Top 10 Things You Should Do at University

1)  Ask the hard questions – you will be inspired to learn.

2)  Get involved – choose volunteer opportunities that will help you put the skills you learn in the classroom into practice. It looks great on a resumé!

3)  Education (specifically a liberal arts education) is meant to make you a better person.

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