Tyndale's student clubs are student-initiated. They are an opportunity for students with like-minded passions and concerns for the world we live in to gather together. Students can find clubs with academic focuses such as philosophy, psychology, or history; as well as social and arts focus clubs like poetry, hip hop, and social justice. You never know what activities you might stumble upon. Connect with people who share your passion, or explore a brand-new hobby in one of Tyndale’s student organizations. If you don’t find a student organization that interests you, initiate your own by emailing email@example.com.
The types of clubs you could find at Tyndale vary and provide a variety of social avenues for you to express yourself.
The Script Magazine
Student-led magazine to showcase students' perspectives, and an outlet for creative expression. The Script Magazine is actively seeking submissions of creative compositions for the entire student body to ponder. Students can also work on layout and editing of the submissions in order to produce a quality magazine. The Script contains anything from short stories and poetry to opinion pieces and editorials, with a minimum of two issues per semester.
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Learn to express yourself, break down your barriers and explore the emotions and lives of others as you step into their shoes. Discover the hidden talent within you to bring a character to life. Learn the ins and outs of running a show, from director to stage hand. Each role is vital to the success of the show.
Social Justice Club
Students have rallied together, calling themselves the Justice League. They work hard to inform themselves and raise awareness of the injustices that are ravaging the world. They have focused their attention on human trafficking, providing students with the opportunity to intercede on the victims' behalf through prayer, and have hosted various events to bring awareness to the Tyndale community.
Their mission is to represent the cause of life both on and off the Tyndale campus, to witness to the dignity of all human life from conception until natural death. They focus on addressing the injustices of abortion and active euthanasia in Canada. They have organized such educational events as conferences, lectures, and workshops featuring pro-life speakers. They have also taken their knowledge and actively sought to make changes through participating in peaceful and legal forms of protest (e.g. Life Chain and March for Life) to defend the rights of the unborn.
BET (Black Educators of Tyndale)