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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right No w 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (U TSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture a nd landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of exci tement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out e ven if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful an d famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science a nd Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like Th e Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for scien ce fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highl and Creek Valley is the perfec t place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and bir ds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make frien ds with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more natur e at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll dow n the rock walk . The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is n ever a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occ ur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this y ear and TedxUTSC\, th e campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can fi nd the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film scre enings.

 

5 . Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages va lued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\ , developed by Scarborough Arts  in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo wi th The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hid den secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is of ten a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a rid dle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.< /h3>

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wal l\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worr ies\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempt ing post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international c ontemporary artists. 

The < /span>Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that ex hibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’r e looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and t he performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands \, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC gees e\, of course.

Yes\, the UT SC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal frie nds. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Tor onto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the Uni versity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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Th e University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explo re\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes tha t can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by th e film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reope ned allowing all members of th e Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a gu ide book or someone from the Environment al Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bus inesses.

Speaking of the en vironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UT SC Farmers Market! If you pl an your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How c ute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best eve nts in Scarborough. 

With o ver 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. V isit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fest ival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC \, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion show s\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and S carborough communities\, that has been tr aveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Sc arborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septembe r 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter fo r the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly p opular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running fo r almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stan d at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well wo rth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to en tertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb a nd deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre < /span>is an expansive recreation cent re just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, ful ly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variet y of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McC arthy Gallery is a professiona l public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and interna tional contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, v isit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

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9. Visual arts not your thi ng? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has t heir own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. The re is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we m iss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural eve nts\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Sca rborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and phot ogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Aus tralian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s call ed “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that ca n be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the fi lm industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also make s several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toro nto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the un iversity. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened< /span> allowing all members of the Sc arborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental S cience program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local busines ses.

Speaking of the enviro nment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC < /span>Farmers Market! If you plan y our trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community gar den\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. T he Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gath ering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Tow n Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarb orough communities\, that has been travel ing all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarbo rough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 27 th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for th e chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popul ar hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for al most 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-t o for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entert ain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and d eep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre j ust a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to s everal pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully e quipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from loca l\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarth y Gallery is a professional pu blic art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and internation al contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTS C student artists.

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9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There i s much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, som e hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend wit h the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reas ons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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T he University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to expl ore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultura l events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds . The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toront o Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

< p>UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed b y Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes th at can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by t he film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of t he university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reop ened allowing all members of t he Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a g uide book or someone from the Environmen tal Science program at UTSC an d see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

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3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bu sinesses.

Speaking of the e nvironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the U TSC Farmers Market! If you p lan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus communit y garden\, view the beehives i n the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best ev ents in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT \, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fes tival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion sho ws\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarboroug h Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been t raveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The S carborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septemb er 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter f or the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running f or almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog sta nd at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!< /p>

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation cen tre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fu lly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a varie ty of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  < /span>

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris Mc Carthy Gallery is a profession al public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and intern ational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features al l UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your th ing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at th e Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. Th ere is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\ , some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new frien d with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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Th e University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explo re\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes tha t can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by th e film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reope ned allowing all members of th e Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a gu ide book or someone from the Environment al Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bus inesses.

Speaking of the en vironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UT SC Farmers Market! If you pl an your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How c ute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best eve nts in Scarborough. 

With o ver 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. V isit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fest ival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC \, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion show s\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and S carborough communities\, that has been tr aveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Sc arborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septembe r 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter fo r the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly p opular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running fo r almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stan d at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well wo rth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to en tertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb a nd deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre < /span>is an expansive recreation cent re just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, ful ly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variet y of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McC arthy Gallery is a professiona l public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and interna tional contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, v isit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

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9. Visual arts not your thi ng? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has t heir own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. The re is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we m iss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural eve nts\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Sca rborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and phot ogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Aus tralian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s call ed “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that ca n be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the fi lm industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also make s several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toro nto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the un iversity. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened< /span> allowing all members of the Sc arborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental S cience program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local busines ses.

Speaking of the enviro nment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC < /span>Farmers Market! If you plan y our trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community gar den\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. T he Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gath ering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Tow n Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarb orough communities\, that has been travel ing all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarbo rough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 27 th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for th e chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popul ar hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for al most 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-t o for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entert ain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and d eep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre j ust a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to s everal pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully e quipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from loca l\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarth y Gallery is a professional pu blic art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and internation al contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTS C student artists.

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9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There i s much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, som e hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend wit h the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reas ons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the Universit y of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, f rom the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural event s\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The c ampus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

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Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarb orough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photog enic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Austr alian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toront o-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Hi ghland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the univ ersity. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scar borough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide bo ok or someone from the Environmental Sci ence program at UTSC and see h ow many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.

Speaking of the environm ent\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC F armers Market! If you plan you r trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community garde n\, view the beehives in the < /span>pollinator habitat\ , or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit s ome of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival h eld on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gather ing. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, da nce performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign a nd win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarbor ough communities\, that has been travelin g all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarboro ugh Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 27th \, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink y our teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Na sir Alhuttam. Running for almo st 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at U TSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth yo ur wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertai n the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and dee p dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre jus t a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to sev eral pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equ ipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of f ood options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  < /p>

 

8. View art from local\ , national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publ ic art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit t he student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Vi sit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their o wn radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>\, or join the campus ukulele jam he ld every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reason s to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss an ything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a f ascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscap es to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on t his university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’ re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

  1. Explore the beautiful and famous ar chitecture.

UTSC has some o f the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humaniti es wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a po pular style of the 1960s called “B rutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting P lace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in n ature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek V alley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened a llowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful H ighland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bee s\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the < /span>campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experi ence some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mu ltidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ y early Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the camp us live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a ph oto with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages valued at ove r $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collabor ation with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two y ears. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scar borough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of gre at prizes. Make sure your instagram a ccount is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the cit y. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\ , but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can so lve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toron to Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga st udios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the s ports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wo rkout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits work s by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking f or more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 12 65 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performi ng arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and thea tre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cour se.

Yes\, the UTSC geese ha ve to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some c ampus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we ca nnot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


An d there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarbo rough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180301 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180401 GEO:+43.695543;-79.258926 LOCATION:The Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Road\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T 3\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Toronto Mural Archive Exhibit (Mural Routes) URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/toronto-mural-archive-exhibit/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13120@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053545Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Bluffs Gallery Exhibit\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT: DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180503 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180629 GEO:+43.69535;-79.258911 LOCATION:The Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\ , Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Camila Wong’s The Evolution of Self-Identity at the Bluffs Gallery URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/camila-wongs-the-evolution-of-self-ide ntity-at-the-bluffs-gallery/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13490@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053546Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Partner Event\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 4166987322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http://s carborougharts.com/ DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180620 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180621 GEO:+43.783153;-79.187036 LOCATION:UTSC Student Union Centre @ Humanities Wing\, 1265 Military Trail\ , Scarborough\, ON M1C 1A4\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SSP Activation Event at the University of Toronto Scarborough URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/ssp-activation-event-at-the-university -of-toronto-scarborough/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13482@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053546Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Event\,Community Partner Event CONTACT:Gallery City \; http://www.gallerycity.ca/#About DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180630 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180904 LOCATION:From Mount Dennis to Kennedy Road SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Gallery City presents the Crosstown Art Crawl! URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/gallery-city-presents-the-crosstown-ar t-crawl/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13492@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053546Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Partner Event\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 4166987322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http://s carborougharts.com/ DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180712 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180802 GEO:+43.798608;-79.318442 LOCATION:Bridlewood Mall @ 2900 Warden Ave\, Scarborough\, ON M1W 2S8\, Ca nada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Scarborough Sign Project at Bridlewood Mall URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/the-scarborough-sign-project-at/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13504@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053546Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Partner Event\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 4166987322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http://s carborougharts.com/ DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181005 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181101 GEO:+43.794546;-79.234107 LOCATION:Chinese Cultural Centre @ 5183 Sheppard Ave E\, Scarborough\, ON M 1B 5Z5\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Scarborough Sign Project at the Chinese Cultural Centre URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/the-scarborough-sign-project-at-the-ch inese-cultural-centre/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13509@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053547Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Partner Event\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 4166987322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http://s carborougharts.com/ DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181028 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181029 GEO:+43.794546;-79.234107 LOCATION:Chinese Cultural Centre @ 5183 Sheppard Ave E\, Scarborough\, ON M 1B 5Z5\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SSP Activation Event at the Chinese Cultural Centre URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/ssp-activation-event-at-the-chinese-cu ltural-centre/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-14507@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053547Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Bluffs Gallery Exhibit\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 4166987322\; hello@scarborougharts.com\; http:// bit.ly/2BGoTL3 DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181205 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190208 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd. SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Beyond the Waters (UTSC) URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/exhibition-beyond-the-waters-utsc/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-14703@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053547Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Bluffs Gallery Exhibit CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; hello@scarborougharts.com\; http: //bit.ly/2HDkP3w DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190212 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190501 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Road SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Awakening (Ashante Blackwood) URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/the-awakening-ashante-blackwood/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-15052@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053547Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:The Scarborough Sign CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; hello@scarborougharts.com\; http: //scarborougharts.com/the-scarborough-sign-2019/ DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161007T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161007T200000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, Can ada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SA Creates: Social Uniforms: (Un)Common Threads Embroidery Workshop URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/sa-creates-social-uniforms-uncommon-th reads-embroidery-workshop/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/08/Programs_2016_REV-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarborou gharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Programs_2016_REV-300x220.jpg\;300\; 220\;1\,large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Progr ams_2016_REV.jpg\;640\;470\; X-COST:$5.00 X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-social-uniforms END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11385@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053548Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:SA Writes\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http:/ /scarborougharts.com/fall-programs-2016/ DESCRIPTION:
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Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-writes-fall2016-son gwriting-to-performing.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161012T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161012T160000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, Can ada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SA Writes: From Songwriting to Performing URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/sa-writes-from-songwriting-to-performi ng/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/08/Programs_2016_REV-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarborou gharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Programs_2016_REV-300x220.jpg\;300\; 220\;1\,large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Progr ams_2016_REV.jpg\;640\;470\; X-COST:$5.00 X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.universe.com/sa-writes-fall2016-songwriting-to-pe rforming END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11387@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053548Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:SA Moves\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http:/ /scarborougharts.com/fall-programs-2016/ DESCRIPTION:
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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-moves-fall2016-improv-comedy .

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161020T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161020T200000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarboroug h\, ON M1N 1T3\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dolled! Exhibit Opening Reception URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/dolled-exhibit-opening-reception/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11514@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053549Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Event CONTACT:Fairmount Public School\; 416-396-6240\; fairmountfallfair@gmail.co m\; http://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/fairmount/Home.aspx DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scar borough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no s hortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wor th a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now.  

 

 1. Explore t he beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture . The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < /span>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campu s spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espec ially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearanc es in the music video “Secre ts” by Toronto-born rap artist \, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Vall ey. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fro m the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, p lants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gard en\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to exp lore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, yo u can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollin ator habitat\, or take a leisu rely stroll down the r ock walk. The Farmers Market s ometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   < /p>

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3r d\, 2019 this year and < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\ , and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and pr ize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public ar t installation\, developed by Scarbo rough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\ , that has been traveling all across Scar borough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Co ntest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a cr eative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < /span>ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scarboroug hSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into th e best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand ru n by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunch es. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir us ually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk aw ay from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a ro ck climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options inclu ding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary art ists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run ga llery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre o r join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC lo ves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\ , choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus u kulele jam held every Wednesda y afternoon. 

 

10 . The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but w e can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit th e campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC ge ese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161022T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161022T150000 GEO:+43.719622;-79.230907 LOCATION:Fairmount Public School @ 31 Sloley Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1M 1C7\ , Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Scarborough Arts at Fairmount P.S. Fall Fair URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/scarborough-arts-at-fairmount-p-s-fall -fair/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11388@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053549Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:SA Talks\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http:/ /scarborougharts.com/fall-programs-2016/ DESCRIPTION:
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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-talks-fall2016-art-bu siness-digital-age.

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-walks-fall2016-escape-i nto-the-forest.

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 < /p>

5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-mask-buildi ng-1.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161104T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161104T200000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, Ca nada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SA Creates: Character Creation/Mask Building URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/sa-creates-character-creationmask-buil ding/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/08/Programs_2016_REV-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarborou gharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Programs_2016_REV-300x220.jpg\;300\; 220\;1\,large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Progr ams_2016_REV.jpg\;640\;470\; X-COST:$5.00 X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-mask-building-1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11395@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053550Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:SA Writes\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http:/ /scarborougharts.com/fall-programs-2016/ DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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T he University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to expl ore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultura l events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds . The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toront o Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

< p>UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed b y Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes th at can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by t he film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of t he university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reop ened allowing all members of t he Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a g uide book or someone from the Environmen tal Science program at UTSC an d see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

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3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bu sinesses.

Speaking of the e nvironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the U TSC Farmers Market! If you p lan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus communit y garden\, view the beehives i n the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best ev ents in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT \, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fes tival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion sho ws\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarboroug h Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been t raveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The S carborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septemb er 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter f or the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running f or almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog sta nd at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!< /p>

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation cen tre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fu lly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a varie ty of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  < /span>

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris Mc Carthy Gallery is a profession al public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and intern ational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features al l UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your th ing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at th e Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. Th ere is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\ , some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new frien d with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-writes-fall2016-calligraphy.

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-moves-fall2016-physical-lite racy.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161115T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161115T190000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, Can ada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SA Moves: Introducing Physical Literacy URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/sa-moves-introducing-physical-literacy / X-COST-TYPE:external X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/08/Programs_2016_REV-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarborou gharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Programs_2016_REV-300x220.jpg\;300\; 220\;1\,large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Progr ams_2016_REV.jpg\;640\;470\; X-COST:$5.00 X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.universe.com/sa-moves-fall2016-physical-literacy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11397@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053550Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:SA Talks\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT: DESCRIPTION:
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10 Reasons to Visit the Un iversity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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T he University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to expl ore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultura l events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds . The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toront o Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

< p>UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed b y Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes th at can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by t he film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of t he university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reop ened allowing all members of t he Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a g uide book or someone from the Environmen tal Science program at UTSC an d see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

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3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bu sinesses.

Speaking of the e nvironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the U TSC Farmers Market! If you p lan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus communit y garden\, view the beehives i n the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best ev ents in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT \, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fes tival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion sho ws\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarboroug h Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been t raveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The S carborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septemb er 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter f or the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running f or almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog sta nd at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!< /p>

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation cen tre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fu lly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a varie ty of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  < /span>

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris Mc Carthy Gallery is a profession al public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and intern ational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features al l UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your th ing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at th e Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. Th ere is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\ , some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new frien d with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-talks-fall2016-performance -poetry-night.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20161124T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20161124T200000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, Can ada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SA Talks: Performance and Poetry Night URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/sa-talks-performance-and-poetry-night/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/08/Programs_2016-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarboroughar ts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Programs_2016-300x220.jpg\;300\;220\;1\, large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Programs_2016 .jpg\;640\;470\; X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.universe.com/sa-talks-fall2016-performance-poetry -night END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11398@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T053550Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:SA Creates\,Scarborough Arts Event CONTACT: DESCRIPTION:
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T he University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to expl ore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultura l events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds . The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toront o Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

< p>UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed b y Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes th at can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by t he film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of t he university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reop ened allowing all members of t he Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a g uide book or someone from the Environmen tal Science program at UTSC an d see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

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3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bu sinesses.

Speaking of the e nvironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the U TSC Farmers Market! If you p lan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus communit y garden\, view the beehives i n the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best ev ents in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT \, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fes tival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion sho ws\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarboroug h Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been t raveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The S carborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septemb er 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter f or the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running f or almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog sta nd at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!< /p>

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation cen tre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fu lly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a varie ty of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  < /span>

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris Mc Carthy Gallery is a profession al public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and intern ational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features al l UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your th ing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at th e Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. Th ere is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\ , some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new frien d with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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T he University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to expl ore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultura l events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds . The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toront o Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

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Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes th at can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by t he film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of t he university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reop ened allowing all members of t he Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a g uide book or someone from the Environmen tal Science program at UTSC an d see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

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3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local bu sinesses.

Speaking of the e nvironment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the U TSC Farmers Market! If you p lan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus communit y garden\, view the beehives i n the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best ev ents in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT \, the one-day multidisciplinary arts fes tival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion sho ws\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarboroug h Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been t raveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The S carborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septemb er 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter f or the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running f or almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog sta nd at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!< /p>

 

7. Learn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation cen tre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fu lly equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a varie ty of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  < /span>

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris Mc Carthy Gallery is a profession al public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and intern ational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features al l UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your th ing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at th e Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. Th ere is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\ , some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new frien d with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cu ltural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s gr ounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!< /span>

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of T oronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.< /h3>

UTSC has some of the most beautifu l and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desig ned by Australian architect John Hamilton Andr ews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism ”. The grey colour and rigid angular shap es that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking th rough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Brin g a guide book or someone from the Envir onmental Science program at UT SC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support loc al businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus com munity garden\, view the beehi ves in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the be st events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this cam pus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary art s festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk comm unity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashio n shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarbo rough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarb orough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough S ign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has b een traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Se ptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and en ter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public an d you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the hi ghly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Runn ing for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Do g stand at UTSC has become a s taple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is w ell worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

7. Learn to rock c limb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Ce ntre is an expansive recreatio n centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain a ccess to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large \, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizz a.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Dor is McCarthy Gallery is a profe ssional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and i nternational contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local conte nt\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which featur es all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not yo ur thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre \, or join the campus < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.facebook.c om/utscukuleles/')\;' href='https://www.facebook.com/utscukuleles/'>ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this lis t. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it \, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Di d we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-talks-fall2016-cultural-star tups.

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the l ively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this univers ity’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  s tudent!

 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Here are 10 reasons to explore the Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings we re designed by Australian architect John Hamil ton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angu lar shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are so ught out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by wa lking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Cre ek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science progr am at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and sup port local businesses.

Spea king of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the ca mpus community garden\, view t he beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC be es make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some o f the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEO UT\, the one-day multidiscipli nary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxU TSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted T alk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live wit h fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with Th e Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarb orough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended da te of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sig n and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is p ublic and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. < /h3>

A not-so-hidden secret on campus i s the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’ s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has be come a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the f ood is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwi ch board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mys tery!

 

7. Learn t o rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am S ports Centre is an expansive r ecreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass an d gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centr e has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadi an and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more loc al content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 whic h features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual art s not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. Th e campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>10. The UTSC geese\, of course.< /h3>

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop < /span>talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gai n a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the l ively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this univers ity’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  s tudent!

 

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Here are 10 reasons to explore the Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings we re designed by Australian architect John Hamil ton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angu lar shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are so ught out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by wa lking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Cre ek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science progr am at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and sup port local businesses.

Spea king of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the ca mpus community garden\, view t he beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC be es make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some o f the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEO UT\, the one-day multidiscipli nary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxU TSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted T alk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live wit h fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with Th e Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scarborough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarb orough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended da te of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sig n and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is p ublic and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. < /h3>

A not-so-hidden secret on campus i s the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’ s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has be come a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the f ood is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwi ch board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mys tery!

 

7. Learn t o rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto Pan Am S ports Centre is an expansive r ecreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass an d gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centr e has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadi an and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more loc al content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 whic h features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual art s not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the performing arts. Th e campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>10. The UTSC geese\, of course.< /h3>

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop < /span>talking about them! Visit the campus today and see if you can gai n a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


And there you have it\, 10 reasons to visit the University of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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Tickets: https://www.universe.c om/events/no-vacancy-exhibition-opening-reception-tickets-NGL78T.

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place t o explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively c ultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s g rounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautif ul and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desi gned by Australian architect John Hamilton And rews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular sha pes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought ou t by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The buildin g also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking t hrough the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the busines s of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has jus t reopened allowing all member s of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bri ng a guide book or someone from the Envi ronmental Science program at U TSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support lo cal businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the campus co mmunity garden\, view the beeh ives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make . How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the b est events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>\, there is never a dull moment on this ca mpus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary ar ts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk com munity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashi on shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarb orough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough Town Centre and prize packages valued at over $400!

< a href='http://scarborougharts.com/the-scarborough-sign/'>The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTS C and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of S eptember 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and e nter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Make sure your instagram account is public a nd you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the h ighly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Run ning for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot D og stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usu