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“I’m Home.”

WRITTEN BY: Christeen Salik, Pakistan Development Foundation (PDF) Photos by: Haris Javed Identity is an odd thing. So is youth. And mixed together, it’s a disaster. Most people around me are at this point in their lives where they’re figuring out…

Dressing for Success

WRITTEN BY: David Lin, Vice-President of Finance at Suits U Photos by: Suits U While academics in university has always been important to me, I was always encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. I joined Suits U after attending one…

The Relevant Series: Interfaith Collaboration and Community

WRITTEN BY: Julia Bartel, Discipleship Group Leader for Power to Change Photos by: Graham Hynds (first picture) and Benjamin Ng (all other pictures) Power to Change is a Christian group on campus. With weekly meetings, small groups, and socials, and we…

UTCCF: the Family

WRITTEN BY: Ambrose Ng, Social Coordinator UTCCF Photos by: Grace Chong This is my 5th year as a student at U of T and my 5th year attending University of Toronto Chinese Christian Fellowship (UTCCF). Although officially speaking, UTCCF is a…

Trailblazers Conference: EXPLORE

WRITTEN BY: Frances Huang, Mentor-In-Training and Jake Chalkey, Mentor-In-Training. Photos by: Xijia (Jessica) Peng, First in the Family Peer-Mentor Program Mentee Photography, and Trailblazers Planning Committee Member The University of Toronto’s 2017 tri-campus first generation Trailblazers: Explore conference, which was held on January 28th,…

EXPLORE your path at U of T!

EXPLORE your path at U of T!

WRITTEN BY: Xijia (Jessica) Peng, First in the Family Mentee & Jake Chalkey, Mentor-In-Training As Mentors-In-Training and a Mentee with the First in the Family Peer – Mentor Program at the University of Toronto (St. George Campus), we were given the…

Fighting in Solidarity

WRITTEN BY: Daphne Wang, University of Toronto Taekwondo Organization Contrary to what many may assume, Taekwondo is not just about learning a martial art. Indeed, much of what we do involves the technical aspect of performing high difficulty kicks, memorizing…

Tamil Students’ Association: A New Perspective on Leadership

Tamil Students’ Association: A New Perspective on Leadership

WRITTEN BY: Cynthia Selvanathan, TSA Awareness Coordinator ’15-16 The Tamil Students’ Association (TSA) at the University of Toronto aims to welcome and bring together Tamils and Non-Tamils within the university to celebrate and learn about the Tamil culture and identity through a…