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This Week on Humans of UTSC:

Muhammad

Muhammad

“My mother passed away when I was eleven due to cancer. At the time obviously you feel like ‘why does this happen, why does bad stuff happen to good people’ but over the course of your life if you look at it, everything that happens in your life happens for a reason and everything has a purpose. Like every single thing, every person you meet, or any bad and good thing makes you who you are today. So maybe that has molded me into the person I am today. The only regret I have is that when you’re eleven they don’t tell you that all this stuff is going on so at times I wish I could have had that final goodbye type feeling, which even if you say it I don’t think you ever get it, but at least you can say it since you never know when it’s going to happen as a kid.”

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Mix & Mingle with Faculty and GCSA on Nov. 25!

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Join us on Tuesday November 25th for a Mix & Mingle with City Studies and Human Geography Faculty in AC227! This is a great opportunity to discuss with faculty and other students about the different careers that a degree in Geography or City Studies can lead to. Come by to ask questions, eat food, and to just get to know some new people. A few members from GCSA will also be there to let you know how you can get involved.

Don’t miss out!

This Week on Humans of UTSC:

Chaumeka Naveenakumar

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What are you currently struggling with?

“My relationships”

With whom?

“My mom and my friends”

What would you like to tell them?

“That I love them no matter what”

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GCSA’s APPRECIATION DAY

WE APPRECIATE YOU!

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On November 5th 2014 GCSA held their first annual Appreciation Day at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. This day was initiated to overcome spatial barriers that may prevent individuals from being comfortable within their environment, specifically UTSC. In order to achieve this, GCSA placed aspirational quotes all around the campus and gave out small gifts as a token of our appreciation. The goal of having the Appreciation Day was to be appreciative of the people around us and within the Scarborough Community. Having the opportunity to speak to students all around the campus, it is evident that every student is amazing and deserves to be appreciated. 

This Week on Humans of UTSC:

Shanice Waite

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I’m a 4th year journalism student, I think there is so much going on in our world right now, anyone that turns on the news they can see that for themselves really really clear and you wanna leave this world knowing that you made a difference whether it is small or big. You wanna know that you added something or helped someone, whether it is a friend of mine or someone from a completely different country. I think that is what attracted me to journalism in the 1st place.

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This Week on Humans of UTSC:

 

Bishoy Lawendy

Bishoy Lawendy

 

Why are you happy today?

“I just got back from campus police, someone found my wallet and gave it back with everything still in it!”

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