Thursday, April 7, 2016
Exam season is fast approaching. With classes winding down, we asked students and professors to share with us some of their best study tips. Here are some of the responses we received:
“I don’t just make cue cards, read through them and try to press that all into my mind. Instead, I...
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Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Tyndale University College & Seminary celebrated the beginning of the season of Lent with a special Ash Wednesday service. The service included ancient liturgy, and the community was invited to receive the sign of the cross, representing Christ’s suffering and our sin. Historically, the...
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Thursday, March 17, 2016
“I think we need to be active in our roles and understand that we are strategically placed to bring people into the Kingdom,” says Shiraz Siddique [MTS Modular 2016]. Currently working as a manager at Primus Telecommunications, he says working in a secular environment gives him an...
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Friday, March 11, 2016
The Tyndale University College & Seminary community is deeply saddened by the loss of Marion Ahrens, who died suddenly at her home on March 4, 2016. Marion was a beloved and dedicated part-time instructor of Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) program.
Marion began her involvement with...
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Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Ryan Richards [BEd 2009] knows that every child who walks into his classroom comes with his or her own story. For many of Ryan’s “at risk” students, that story can include such issues as a destructive home life, bullying, or even trouble with the law.
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Thursday, February 18, 2016
The Women’s Volleyball team at Tyndale have come a long way this season, according to coach Sam Song. The Guardians season kicked off in September, and the team competed in their first tournament in November. For some players, it was their first time ever participating in a volleyball...
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Thursday, February 11, 2016
Sean Yunus [BA Biblical Studies 2018] wanted to give students something new at Sunday night chapel. He approached Joan Devries, Dean of Chapel & Student Formation at Tyndale, and made a request to do something a little more casual and flexible with the service. He developed Sanctuary, a...
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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Steve Boctor [MDiv 1997] has experienced first-hand how foundational families are to our culture. He believes the direction in which society moves is dependent on how strong, healthy and godly families are. This is what drove Steve to write his practical book titled The ABC’s of Parenting: 26...
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Wednesday, February 3, 2016
The Tyndale community send their love and condolences to the family and friends of Adam Wood. Adam, 35, was an alumnus of the Tyndale Venture program (2004) whose life was cut short in the La Loche tragedy on January 22, 2016. He was one of four people who lost their lives during the attack, and...
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Thursday, January 21, 2016
After a five-year hiatus, Tyndale’s men’s basketball team The Guardians is back in action. The team has started the season off right with two new coaches and brand new jerseys and equipment.
“Having a basketball club again is amazing,” says Dan Hainaut, the team’s...
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Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Tyndale was joined by members of the community last Saturday for an engaging event on climate change. “A Climate for Change: Paris and Beyond” was hosted by Lorna Dueck of Context and featured special guest speaker Katharine Hayhoe. Katharine is an atmospheric scientist known for...
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