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UPDATED AT 6:35 AM EDT Thursday, Apr. 21, 2005
Professor John Browne works with his students of his Journey Through Middle Earth class, a small sized Humanties course offered to first-year students at the University of Toronto.
Photo: Deborah Baic/The Globe and Mail
Professor John Browne works with his students of his Journey Through Middle Earth class, a small sized Humanties course offered to first-year students at the University of Toronto.
Survival tips
Guy Quenneville gives tips on surviving first year of university
6:29 AM | FULL STORY 
Applications
How to get in? Research, apply, wait
6:30 AM | FULL STORY 
Finances
Some advice: start early, do homework, be realistic
6:30 AM | FULL STORY 
Career Centres
Career Centres
Students usually underestimate the services of their career centres
6:29 AM | FULL STORY 
This year's University Report Card suggests professors could do better when it comes to engaging their students. Institutions are rising to the challenge by sending staff back to training workshops
6:28 AM | FULL STORY 
How the report card was compiled
6:29 AM | FULL STORY 
Expert Panel
We asked three guidance counsellors for insights
6:30 AM | FULL STORY 
Food
How to prevent expanding waistlines
6:30 AM | FULL STORY 
Residence
Student
What students are looking for in residence life
6:31 AM | FULL STORY 
Housing
There are many options off the campus
6:31 AM | FULL STORY 
Libraries
How on-line resources are part of the new library
6:31 AM | FULL STORY 
Student unions
'The unions sometimes seem to forget what they are doing is petty compared to the politics around us'
6:35 AM | FULL STORY 
 



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