Is Toronto Failing You?

Have a look at this great article from Toronto Life:


This Week on Humans of UTSC:



Why are you so excited ?

” My 20th birthday is coming up, I already wrote a toast: To the adventurous side of me, to traveling around the world , to making new friends and to falling in love . To not caring about what people think and to breaking hearts. To being something unexpected and to being everything I want to be. To being 20 and alive ! I thank God for every single thing and for everything coming my way, El7amdoAllah.

The idea after all is to celebrate lessons learned. To reform one’s self each year and try to be the best version of me I could be, that means staying who I am at heart but opening my mind to the glories of world and  not judging what it throws at me. So here’s to being 20!”

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Career and Networking Event 2015

Only limited tickets are available so buy yours today!

Only limited tickets are available so buy yours today!

The GCSA is excited to present one of the feature events of the year, the Career and Networking Event! Join us on February 4th at 6pm for an evening of meeting faculty and UTSC Alumni from the City and Geography programs, many of whom are currently working in their respective fields. This is a great opportunity to build connections, listen to advice from experienced individuals, and meet new people. Events such as these provide students with a great opportunity to hear from professionals about the careers that we may all pursue in the near future.

Tickets are only $5 each, and include entrance and refreshments. A limited number of tickets are available so buy yours today!

To buy your ticket speak to a GCSA representative in your class, or visit our office hours every Thursday from 11am – 3pm in MW327.

Business Casual Dress Code is recommended.

If you have any questions or for more information email us at

This Week on Humans of UTSC:


Daniel Rizzi

“When I was younger I had two of the greatest friends you could ever ask for. Through them I experienced deep connection and love for other people. Then they both moved away and it took a long time to find relationships of a comparable quality. A lot of people seek companionship through possession of people, either for sexual needs, emotional security, or social status, instead of mutual connection and sharing. Deep friendships are hard to come by. If you’re lucky enough to have a few, work on them and never let them go. Even if you fight with them occasionally, they can bring so much to your life that otherwise wouldn’t be possible. It’s amazing what can happen when you are invested in another person and their life for a few years.”

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