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Tyndale Magazine | Volume 3 Issue 2

As Vivian Chu Chen [MTS 2011] was collecting used drug needles from the floor of a young woman’s downtown apartment one night, she remembered Tyndale’s Dr....

 

When he was only four years old, Peter (Chul-Un) Ro [MTS 2001] was swept up in a monsoon in his native Korea and almost drowned. He now studies acid rain, which...

 

A perforated, dimpled plastic ball, light and short hockey stick, and special shoes—the equipment a floorball player needs to buy. Stamina, stick skills, and the...

 

Steven DeSouza [BEd 2010] likes the challenges of teaching in China. “Every single day is a new challenge, not only in your classroom, but outside the classroom...

 

When I was a boy growing up on the Prairies in the 1970s, my world was dominated by sports, especially hockey. Like scores of other Canadian kids I played it,...

 

Since graduating from Tyndale , Al has had many opportunities to be challenged and learn. While pursuing his master’s degree in philosophy, he started and ran...