6 04, 2017

A Case for the Transitional Year Program

April 6th, 2017|Feature, The Black Experiences|0 Comments

The Transitional Year Program (TYP) was created by the Black Education Project (BEP) in 1969 to provide access and equity to African diasporic students interested in pursuing a post-secondary degree at the University of Toronto. In particular, the program has attracted those students who did not have formal education because of financial problems, family difficulties ...

10 01, 2017

Dismantling the Pedagogical Academic Space: A Discussion on Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Training

January 10th, 2017|Arts & Life, Feature|0 Comments

A critical look at the power dynamics in the academic space and the existing within hierarchies that might do more harm than good.

7 10, 2016

Hidden Resources at UTSC

October 7th, 2016|Feature|0 Comments

Find out about all the hidden resources as UTSC!

6 10, 2016

The Underground At TIFF

October 6th, 2016|Feature|0 Comments

The Underground takes on TIFF: Honing in on diverse narratives, perspectives, and issues.

6 09, 2016

Finding Moments of Balance

September 6th, 2016|Feature|0 Comments

As I sat in my very first lecture of university, I recall being in complete disbelief that I was actually a University of Toronto student. Truth be told, I didn’t know what lay ahead. There have been some incredible moments and some less than triumphant moments during my time here.  Through both times, there has ...