GCSA is hosting their annual career & networking event on November 27th in the Ralph Campbell Lounge from 6:00 to 8:00pm! Tickets will only cost $5 for a classy, fun, and beneficial event! This event is a great opportunity for all students to build their network and interact with not only recent graduates and people... Continue Reading →
Great workshop on projected transit developments and topics of sustainability by Maximum City and CUI Youth Ambassadors and GCSA Members facilitating the event, and engaging students from both Alexander Stirling PS and from UTSC.
Our first trip of the year is quickly approaching! See above for all the information you need. Want to learn more about our camping trips? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're one week away with a limited number of tickets left, so if you're not able to make it keep an eye out for future GCSA... Continue Reading →
We are only 4 days away from the biggest GCSA event of the year! Tickets will be available throughout this final week, so if you and a friend are interested in purchasing, you still have time. Be sure to reach out to us to reserve yourself a spot at the conference! Tickets are only... Continue Reading →
Today is March 11, you know what that means? This is the last day before clocks spring forward for daylight saving time woo! But it also means we are 6 days away from the conference and tickets are still available! Be sure to reach out to us to reserve yourself a spot at the biggest... Continue Reading →
GCSA Election Results Senior Advisor Hanna Kassim President Michelle Lim Vice President Jaydev Bhatt VP of Operations Vallari Patel Finance Manager Bridget Duggan VP of Communications Ricardo Ornelas VP of Communications Valerie Tan Secretary Dhanak Ohri Secretary Naziha Nasrin
The Geography and City Studies Students Association (GCSA) are hosting their second annual conference on Friday, March 17 from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm. The theme of the conference is “We are all City Builders” and aims to show us how we can be active participants in city processes, community, and development. If you want... Continue Reading →
There will be an informal conversation on Feb 9th. This will serve as a safe space for conversation and listening, rather than political discussion, of the recent events in the US and Canada. Do come out if you are interested!
The Community Development Council Durham (CDCD) and Durham Mental Health Services (DMHS) are conducting a Point-in-Time (PiT) Count of the nature and extent of homelessness in the Durham Region and they are looking for survey volunteers - who are 18 or older. There are several predetermined locations throughout Durham Region (Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Scugog,... Continue Reading →