30 Days 30 Ways (4): Figure out your housing

If you’ve decided not to live in your college’s residence (or even if you are living in residence, but still have some questions) try dropping by the Housing Service in the Koffler Centre. They can help you find the perfect…

30 Days 30 Ways (3): Activate your UTORid and your UTmail+

Plug-in at U of T! You’ll need your UTORid to log into Portal (your online hub for course information and connecting with your fellow students, TAs and professors), and to use the campus-wide wireless network. Your UTmail+ will allow you…

30 Days 30 Ways (2): Visit Your Registrar

Your registrar is your go-to place for anything you need. And if they haven’t got what you need, they’ll point you in the right direction. You could say they’re always at your service.

30 Days, 30 Ways (1): Time to Get Your TCard!

Welcome New Students! For the next 30 days we’ll be posting a daily tip on how to get oriented at U of T. Entering a new school doesn’t have to be overwhelming, and our best advice is to take things…

Turn dissatisfaction into action

I admit that it’s a lot easier to complain about something than it is to change it. In the last Toronto election, 53 percent of eligible voters turned out. But doesn’t it seem like a lot more than half of…

How to make your own job

Despite the sunshine and warm air, summer can be as stressful as the school year. Every April, the city is swarmed with eager job applicants. Many will find that, despite their qualifications, enthusiasm or high marks in last year’s incredibly…

Your mid-years can be the best time to get involved

It can be hard to stay motivated in your second and third years of study. After all the excitement of frosh week has ended and the first-year programs no longer apply, you may wonder: where is the second year programming?…

What you’re doing after class may just be your true path!

It can be tempting sometimes to set it all aside and hit the books. The clubs, the student politics, the intramurals – do you feel they’re all just distractions from your studies? Well, we’re always learning. Not just in the…