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Spring has sprung

Everything is turning green and we’re finally starting to feel like spring has arrived. And with the new leaves come fresh new experiences on campus. From living libraries to the famous Pride Pub, fun events are popping up all over the place. Shall we begin?

1. City Within a Library

May 23, noon – 4 p.m.
OISE, Ground Floor Library
“Read” living “books” by U of T staff, faculty and community partners as you expand your networks and capacity to address areas of interest.

2. Hart House: Doors Open

May 25, 6 – 8 p.m. & May 26, noon – 5 p.m.
Begin at Hart House Info Hub

Trace the history of Hart House through its Permanent Collection and see the works that highlight significant perspectives on art in Canada.

3. Career Chats

Thursdays, noon – 1 p.m.
Student Success Centre

Join a small group of your peers and a career educator to learn about strategies for staying motivated while searching for jobs.

4. Sexual violence policy review

Participate today
Give your feedback and comments on U of T’s Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment. Your voice could help change the future.

5. Join a summer study hub

Koffler Student Services Centre

Get help with focus, procrastination, time management and goals setting! Study hubs support you as you complete readings, prepare for tests and more.

6. Dig In! this summer

Register today
Volunteer with Dig In! Campus Agriculture this summer to help maintain the campus gardens as you support, empower and grow sustainable food projects.

7. Pride Pub

June 7, 4:30 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Hart House Quad
Start your Pride celebrations with a BBQ, community fair and tons of music and dancing! There will be DJs, performers and a ton of fun to be had.

8. Moving Images, Moving People

June 8, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
401 Richmond Street West

Take a look at Tong Lam’s series showcasing China’s outdoor film phenomenon where films are screened next to dancing people and even animals.

9. Tell us what you think

Respond by June 2
Health and Wellness is redesigning its mental health reception area and wants your feedback on how it should look. Have your say today!


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