student involvement

Not Just A Magazine Group

Not Just A Magazine Group

WRITTEN BY: Dana Luo, Deputy Director, Public Relations, UTChinese Magazine Photos By: Spark and Stella Every year UTChinese Magazine has always been taking an active role of providing leadership opportunities to not only its staffs but also students at U of T as…

BEYOND YOUR GPA: The Importance of Networking

WRITTEN BY: Jessica Chan, Newsletter Editor, The Actuarial Science Club Within the U of T actuarial science community, there is an emphasis on becoming a better student and job candidate by looking beyond our GPAs. Throughout the year, the U…

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…

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…

UTSU Elections: What Could Representation Look Like?

UTSU Elections: What Could Representation Look Like?

WRITTEN BY:  Marta Switzer, and Eric Schwenger, SLC Co-Chairs The University of Toronto Student Leadership Conference: Represent is an opportunity for student leaders in elected and appointed positions across the tri-campus student body to consider, reflect upon and embrace what it…