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30 Days 30 Ways (30): Go Forth Young Padawan…

Congratulations! It’s time to start fresh with the brand new school-year once again! (Sorry, Alice Cooper lied.) By now you know all the basics, like where to eat, how to find your way around campus and who to ask for…

30 Days 30 Ways (29): Get to Know Your Student Union

University of Toronto’s Student Union (UTSU)’s office is located smack-dab in the middle of the St. George campus. Check them out for information about your health and dental supplementary insurance, help filing your taxes, help getting your club off the…

30 Days 30 Ways (28): Don’t Be a Slacker!

Perfecting time-management skills is one of the biggest challenges of university. Because there is less class-time and more independent work in university classes, it can be easy to leave work until the last minute. But unless you want to spend…

30 Days 30 Ways (27): Get Your Textbooks

As most savvy university students know, it’s important to wait until after your first week of classes to purchase your textbooks. Because professors often update their reading-lists from year to year, buying your books too early can ultimately be a…

30 Days 30 Ways (26): Go International

Are you interested in travelling the world while working on your undergraduate degree? Try visiting the Centre for International Experience and talking to some of the fine folks in the Global Lounge. To qualify for an exchange program, you must…

30 Days 30 Ways (25): ASK someone

If you see someone wearing one of these snazzy fashion accessories on campus, it means that they’re part of the ASKme program. For the next few weeks, a bunch of U of T pros (a.k.a. staff, faculty and well-seasoned students)…

30 Days 30 Ways (24): Get Employed

If you’re looking for a part-time position for fall and you qualify for the Work-Study Program, there are tons of opportunities to get employed on campus. These positions usually call for a part-time commitment throughout the academic school year, and…

30 Days 30 Ways (23): Experience Culture!

If you’re interested in film, music, writing, photography, dance, theatre or art, you’re in the right place at U of T! Check out Art Zone for a listing of exhibitions, readings, workshop and classes in all facets of the arts….