York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng

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Subject: York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng
Don´t be jealous, it IS the fact.
NO OBJECTION.

[23-11-2005,06:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng)
You have to be kidding, Space Eng. York students can barely solve a first year calculus problem, yet they want to go to space. If you ask me I think that whole University is spaced out. Learn Differential Equations, then you will be respected.
[23-11-2005,12:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng)
^ You´re talking about fine arts students, right?
They are good at design, dance, music and painting, of course they know nothing about calculus.

[23-11-2005,12:54]
Anonymous
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York is quite a bit away from being the top law school, UofT deserves that title.
[23-11-2005,13:52]
Anonymous
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^ " In Canada, the top choices are clearly the law schools at York University, Toronto (Osgoode Hall) and University of Toronto , which are also the top two law faculties in the country. ( British Columbia , McGill, and Victoria also boast leading Canadian law faculties, with McGill and Victoria having the most to offer philosophically-minded students.) In the United Kingdom, where law is an undergraduate degree, the most attractive choice is Oxford University, though the other leading law faculties-Cambridge University, University College London, London School of Economics-all have good offerings as well."

Source: Philosophical Gourmet
http://www.philosophicalgourmet.com/lawsch.htm

[23-11-2005,15:04]
Anonymous
Best Law School in Ontario (in reply to: York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng)
Osgoode Hall Law School ranked best in Ontario

January 14, 2004 - Osgoode Hall Law School at York University has been named the best in Ontario and second overall in Canada in a survey of graduates released today by Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

The survey results specifically gave Osgoode high marks for its curriculum and faculty. The article accompanying the results praised Osgoode for its research centres, extensive library holdings and "impressive" use of technology.

"Osgoode´s ranking is a reflection of the investment we have made in facility renewal and information technology in recent years, as well as the dedication of our faculty and staff in improving student satisfaction with our curriculum and overall program," said Dean Patrick Monahan.

The magazine?s editors noted that improvements to Osgoode?s facilities allowed its steadily growing reputation for excellence in other areas to be reflected in a 10-place improvement in its ranking over 2003, putting York?s law school ahead of all other Ontario universities.

Osgoode received top marks for its diverse student body, the range and depth of courses offered and proximity to articling jobs.

The article also notes that Osgoode?s 450,000-volume library is "the largest in the Commonwealth with extensive holdings in both primary and secondary sources in the legal literature of Canada, Great Britain and other common law countries." The article points out that Osgoode is home to three centres of research: The Jack and Mae Nathanson Centre for the Study of Organized Crime and Corruption, the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies and the York University Centre for Public Law and Public Policy.

The full text of the article on this year?s rankings can be viewed at: http://www.canadianlawyermag.com/Media/Law_Schools_Report_Card_2004.pdf.





[23-11-2005,15:10]
Best Law School in Ontario
(in reply to: York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng)
Im a York University student and Im not afraid to admit UofT has a better law school. I hope to go there after I graduate. I´ll also apply to Osgoode because it is also a good school.
[24-11-2005,01:36]
Anonymous
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^ Stop pretending to be a York student.

[24-11-2005,02:01]
Anonymous
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No, I really am a York student. How do you want me to prove it?
[24-11-2005,04:08]
Anonymous
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I am the president of York University.

Lorna R. Marsden, PhD

[24-11-2005,07:04]
Lorna R. Marsden, PhD
(in reply to: York Best in Bussiness, Law, Fine Arts & Space Eng)
It seems that there is a York student trying to present all the propaganda she can find. Really get with the program. I am going to ask you, when was the last time you heard a high school student saying, "I really want to go to York University" Probably Never. York has always been seen as "Well if I don´t get accepted by UofT, McMaster or Ryerson, I guess I can go to York." It is very hard to believe that the student body at York can be seen as the best in Business, Law, Fine Arts & Space Engineer, I mean they don´t even have a proper engineering department, and the school has tried many times but fail to be accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. But if it helps your self esteem to post these articles, well keep posting them, maybe York students needs the counseling. Believe me when I say, NO ONE CAN POSSIBLY BE JEALOUS OF YORK. If any University Student wanted to be at York, they would just go.
Rather than posting these useless articles, study harder, maybe on day you´ll be accepted at U of T (You can´t just go here, you have to be better than just average and that?s something for the average person to be Jealous off).

[24-11-2005,11:18]
Anonymous
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YOU MUST LEARN TO SPELL BUSINESS BEFORE TRYING TO BE THE BEST AT IT!!!!!
[24-11-2005,11:19]
Anonymous



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