leadership journey

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Get Your Identity Capital!

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Get Your Identity Capital!

WRITTEN BY: Marta Switzer We build our identity capital by doing things like volunteering for a cause we are really passionate about, joining a niche club, taking a job in an exciting field, or traveling to a less trodden destination….

Why Do We Do It: What Motivates Student Leaders?

Why Do We Do It: What Motivates Student Leaders?

WRITTEN BY: Annette Latoszewski, President, University of Toronto Jiu Jitsu Club, and the Polish Students’ Association You either know who they are or you’re one yourself –a student leader. They’re often difficult to make plans with, not because they’re disorganized,…

Toronto’s Got Talent

WRITTEN BY: Kasra Koushan UNITY, which stands for Urban Non-Violence Initiatives Through Youth, is a charity dedicated to empowering youth. It provides opportunities for expression through art forms like dancing, beatboxing, rapping, and more. As an umbrella organization, UNITY operates…

Sihouettes Presents: The Human Condition

Sihouettes Presents: The Human Condition

WRITTEN BY: Jenna Borisevich Photos By: Joshua Payne Smith  Silhouettes Dance, a performance based dance company at U of T, is so excited to have just preformed our 13th annual showcase, The Human Condition, at the Betty Oliphant Theatre! The…

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…

Advice from a First Year

WRITTEN BY: Sahar Rahimi, First Year Representative of the Afghan Students’ Association One step into university and you are exposed to the reality of the world that is outside of the walls of the small high school classrooms. You have come this…