reflection

Sticky Situations: A Leader’s Perspective

WRITTEN BY: Daniel Oh, President – University of Toronto Sports and Business Association Throughout their terms almost all student leaders will encounter difficult situations when it comes to leading their teams. For some students, the process of dealing with these…

Finding Your Home at U of T: A Story of the MUN community

Finding Your Home at U of T: A Story of the MUN community

WRITTEN BY: Stanley Treivus, Outgoing Vice-President of UNSOC Photos By: Joanna Amores & Stanley Treivus Nearly three years ago, I, like many others, came to U of T not knowing what to expect. Being a first-year at the time and…

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,…

How to Build a Strong Team

WRITTEN BY: Aruba Ahmed, VP External, Muslim Students Association 2015-16 Being a student leader in the Muslim Students Association has brought many opportunities for learning and self development. The most profound experience, however, has been fostering growth through team empowerment…

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…

Growing in Leadership Through Dialogue on Human Rights

WRITTEN BY: Blaise Alleyne, Education Coordinator, UTSFL (University of Toronto Students For Life) Raising awareness for human rights on campus takes dedication and commitment. Students have plenty of responsibilities with course work alone — to regularly make a commitment to…