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Falling for autumn

So you’re telling me summer’s over? Not cool. Except… kind of cool. Because let’s face it: there’s a lot to love about fall, including some really great events on campus. So take that jacket out of retirement and learn more about hip hop, volunteer in the community or take a spin around the ice rink. Because it’s #SweaterWeather, folks. Bring on the pumpkin spice.

1. Service animals on campus

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U of T has new guidelines on welcoming service animals to campus. Learn more about the rules and regulations today! Woof.

2. Fall Classic Skate

September 27, 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Varsity Arena

Get your skates on! It’s time for a trip around the rink with MoveU. Enjoy free hot chocolate, crafts and skate rentals while supplies last.

3. Get a hip hop education

On now
Hart House

Explore the key principles of hip hop and its importance in our culture. Learn more about inclusion and collaboration as you express yourself artistically.

4. Interfaith Leadership Certificate

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Through this program you’ll spark lifelong curiosity and respect for religious diversity as you learn to better understand diverse faith communities.

5. The Blanket Exercise

October 1, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Hart House, East Common Room

Stand in solidarity with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples. The Blanket Exercise is an experience that teaches the history of Indigenous Rights.

6. Note-takers needed

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Help students registered with Accessibility Services achieve academic success! Upload your class notes and get CCR validation while you’re at it.

7. Find your Study Hub

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Various locations on campus

Focus and stay on track with Study Hubs! Meet great people and get some that work done with two hours of solid study time.

8. Build that mentorship

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Are you working with a student-to-student mentorship program? Check out the Mentorship Leadership Certificate and develop your skills even further.

9. Community Days

Beginning October 2, 4 – 6 p.m.
St. Albans Boys and Girls Club

Take action for social change! Help the CCP support the STARS After School Program through games, sports, arts & crafts and more.

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