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York Lions men’s track and field team crowned national champions for first time in 30 years
published April 4, 2014

It’s been 30 years since the York Lions men’s track and field team were named champions back in 1984. But last month, the team took home the top prize once again. The York University Lions men’s track and field team won the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) national championship on March 8  » more



Bridging past and present through York’s alumni events program
published April 4, 2014

On April 24, York’s top scholars, athletes and contributors to student and campus life—past and present—will come together at GRADitude 2014 to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our current graduating and upper-year student leaders. This annual event is only the latest in a long line of events planned through the Division  » more



TEDxYorkU finds online acclaim as students, staff and alumni share their ideas
published April 4, 2014

As a uniquely diverse academic community, York is known for its broad spectrum of opinion and variety of perspective. This March, York shined a light on this diversity to host its fourth annual TEDx event, igniting audiences both at the event and across the world with a sold-out show of  » more



How professor Evelyn Kallen is leaving her legacy at York
published April 4, 2014

Former York faculty member Evelyn Kallen has spent her career fighting for human rights and equality, while her extensive anthropological research into ethnic diversity, human rights and racism took her around the world. Recently, she cemented this impact and ensured her legacy at York through the University’s planned giving program. To  » more



2013 President’s Year in Review
published April 4, 2014

The 2013 President’s Year in Review offers an inspiring compendium of highlights showcasing York University’s successes over the last year, as well as a vision for the future. The report documents the tremendous wave of change underway at the University, from the physical transformation of its campuses to the global  » more



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