Transgender Day of Remembrance 2023

Chery and Ruth sitting on stairs and smiling.

Cheryl and Ruth share the importance of memorializing the lives lost due to anti-transgender violence on Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). They also highlight the importance of celebrating trans lives by supporting their work, art, and history, based on their experiences. 

Written by Cheryl Nong, Research Coordinator, Honours Bachelor of Science, Psychology and Neuroscience Double Major and Ruth Rodrigues, Qualitative Data Archivist Team Lead, Master of Education, Social Justice Education 

Indigenous Education Week: Storytelling Through Fashion

Tiffany smiling

Every year at U of T the First Nations House – Indigenous Student Services – hosts Indigenous Education Week, a week for education, community, and engagement with Indigenous culture and history. One of our team members, Tiffany, attended an event and shared her reflections on why storytelling is impactful for cultural preservation. 

Written by Tiffany Cao, Research Lead, Honours Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science and Human Geography.  

Faculty of Arts and Science Entrepreneurship Quick Student Consultation: Call for Participants

What does entrepreneurship mean to you?

We want to hear from you!

In partnership with the Faculty of Arts & Science Centre for Entrepreneurship, the Innovation Hub is interested in exploring what entrepreneurship means to you. We are looking to hear from students in the Faculty of Arts & Science from all academic disciplines, programs, and degree levels, to build a deeper understanding of entrepreneurship.

Commemorating Orange Shirt Day at the Innovation Hub

Four students standing in front of a door surrounded by the Orange Shirt Day mural.

Every year on September 30, we recognize National Truth and Reconciliation Day, commonly known as Orange Shirt Day. On this day, we take the time to spread awareness and reflect upon the intergenerational impacts of Canada’s Residential School System on Indigenous communities.  

Written by Lois Lee, Master of Information, Blog Editor and Digital Content Writer