To Be, or Not to Be

“If social kinds and categories are constituted by social attitudes,” says Abigail Klassen, PhD candidate in Philosophy, “we might just be shackled to a new form of tyranny – that of…
Preparing Engaged Global Citizens

Meet Khamica Bingham – Canada’s “fastest woman”

In the past few years Bingham has been named Ontario University Athletics female track athlete of the year, collected gold medals at university athletics events across the country, represented Canada…
Preparing Engaged Global Citizens

Who Gives? This Millennial Does

“I’ll never forget the satisfaction of opening up a letter informing me of the receipt of an academic achievement award and I wanted to pass that amazing feeling to others.” The…
Lassonde/Preparing Engaged Global Citizens

The Green Economic Reality

“I was a student in [York] Professor Peter Victor’s ecological economics class, where I learned that the economy isn’t just a thing on its own,” says alumnus and activist, Bruce Lourie.…
Faculty of Environmental Studies/Mobilizing New Ways of Thinking

Blazing the Wellness Trail

York PhD student Noah Wayne is working to make more people healthier, longer. These days Wayne is a key figure in the newly completed Connected Health and Wellness Project which enables…
Building Stronger Communities/Faculty of Graduate Studies/Faculty of Health

From Québec to Glendon

Quebec resident Sophie Chamberland never thought she’d have the chance to live her dream of attending Glendon – after all, she and her family couldn’t afford out-of-province study. Fortunately for Sophie, that…
Glendon/Preparing Engaged Global Citizens