BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//67.231.21.20//NONSGML kigkonsult.se iCalcreator 2.26.9// CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-FROM-URL:http://scarborougharts.com X-WR-TIMEZONE:America/Toronto BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Toronto X-LIC-LOCATION:America/Toronto BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:20191103T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 RDATE:20201101T020000 TZNAME:EST END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:20190310T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 RDATE:20200308T020000,20210314T020000 TZNAME:EDT END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11412@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190923T054709Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Bluffs Gallery Exhibit\,Community Event\,Scarboro ugh Arts Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; info@scarborougharts.com\; http:/ /scarborougharts.com/ DESCRIPTION:10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now  \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architectur e and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of e xcitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip ou t even if you’re not a  student! Here are 10 reasons to explore the Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough right now.   1. Explore the beautiful and famo us architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic archite cture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visi t the University of Toronto Scarborough 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 shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  studen t!

 

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

 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beaut iful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were de signed by Australian architect John Hamilton A ndrews in a popular style of t he 1960s called “Brutalism< /a>”. The grey colour and rigid angular s hapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The build ing 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 busin ess of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has j ust reopened allowing all memb ers of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. B ring a guide book or someone from the En vironmental 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 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 community garden\, view the be ehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees ma ke. 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 c ommunity gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fas hion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

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

The Scarboroug h Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the U TSC and Scarborough communities\, that ha s 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 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 your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

< p>A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. R unning 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 i s well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich bo ard to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

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

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recrea tion centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gai n access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a la rge\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of p izza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a pr ofessional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian an d international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local co ntent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which fea tures all UTSC student artists.

 

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

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

< p>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 n ew 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 grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161020 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161029 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarboroug h\, ON M1N 1T3\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dolled! 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Sc arborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful ar chitecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shor tage 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. T he 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 that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets< /span>” 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 i s the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC tra il down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community ac cess to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from t he Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plan ts\, and birds you can identify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explor e more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market ! If you plan your trip right\, you c an also help tend the < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinato r habitat\, or take a leisurel y stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market some times 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 eve nts 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 gathering. On any given da y you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, a nd film screenings.

 

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

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art i nstallation\, developed by Scarborou gh Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, t hat has been traveling all across Scarbor ough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Conte st! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a creat ive photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Mak e sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSi gn!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the b est hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run b y Nasir Alhuttam< /a>. 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 usual ly has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head dow n and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

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

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 wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry af ter? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options includin g that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

10. T he 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 th em\, some hate them\, but we c an all agree that we cannot stop t alking about them! Visit the c ampus 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 Unive rsity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough R ight Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarboro ugh (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architec ture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage o f excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 re asons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. < /h3>

 

 1. Explore the beauti ful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Sci ence and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. Th e grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots l ike 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 We ekend.

 

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 university. The UTSC trail dow n into the Valley has < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access t o the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, a nd birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, 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 als o help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habi tat\, or take a leisurely stro ll down the rock walk< /span>. 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\, ther e is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events th at 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 gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and fil m screenings.

 

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

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art install ation\, developed by Scarborough Art s in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that ha s been traveling all across Scarborough f or the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! Fr om now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative ph oto 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!   

 

< h3>6. Sink your teeth into the best ho t dogs in the city. 

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 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 away from U TSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbi ng wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? N o worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus t hat exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, < /span>Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Uk ulele 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 ja m held every Wednesday afterno on. 

 

10. The UTS C geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our anima l 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 miss anything?

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarbo rough Right Now 

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

 

Here ar e 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. < /span>

 

 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 that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especia lly 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 the university. The UTSC tr ail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community a ccess to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, pla nts\, and birds you can identify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explo re 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 community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinat or habitat\, or take a leisure ly stroll down the roc k walk. The Farmers Market som etimes 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 ev ents 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 gathering. On any given d ay 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 s pree at Scarborough Town Centre and priz e packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarboro ugh Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbo rough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Cont est! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a crea tive photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Ma ke sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughS ign!   

 

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 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 usua lly has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head do wn and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

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

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 wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry a fter? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options includi ng that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> is a professional public art gallery on c ampus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artis ts . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gall ery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

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

UTSC love s 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 uku lele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over ou r animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, 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 gees e.


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

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarb orough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful archi tecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortag e of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a t rip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

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

 

 1. Explore the bea utiful 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 that can be found in campus spot s 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. Tak e a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is t he 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 acces s 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 birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, m ake friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore m ore nature 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 h abitat\, or take a leisurely s troll down the rock wa lk. The Farmers Market sometim es sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, t here 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\, 20 19 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day y ou 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 prize pa ckages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art inst allation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarboroug h 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 with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a  ton of great prizes. Make s ure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    

 

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

A n ot-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by < /span>Nasir Alhuttam . Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. Th ere 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 a nd 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 away fro m UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock cli mbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after ? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including t hat tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campu s that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\ , Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>.

 

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

UTSC loves mu sic and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choi r\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afte rnoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes \, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our an imal friends. Some campus-goers love them< /span>\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talk ing about them! Visit the camp us 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 Universi ty of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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Here are 10 reasons to explore t he University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough R ight Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarboro ugh (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architec ture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage o f excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here are 10 re asons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. < /h3>

 

 1. Explore the beauti ful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Sci ence and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. Th e grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots l ike 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 We ekend.

 

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 university. The UTSC trail dow n into the Valley has < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access t o the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, a nd birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, 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 als o help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habi tat\, or take a leisurely stro ll down the rock walk< /span>. 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\, ther e is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events th at 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 gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and fil m screenings.

 

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

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art install ation\, developed by Scarborough Art s in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that ha s been traveling all across Scarborough f or the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! Fr om now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative ph oto 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!   

 

< h3>6. Sink your teeth into the best ho t dogs in the city. 

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 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 away from U TSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbi ng wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? N o worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus t hat exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, < /span>Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Uk ulele 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 ja m held every Wednesday afterno on. 

 

10. The UTS C geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our anima l 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 miss anything?

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Ri ght Now 

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< h3>The University of Toronto Scarborou gh (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architect ure 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 rea sons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 

 1. Explore the beautif ul and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Scie nce 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 that can be found in campus spots li ke 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< /a>” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Wee kend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the p erfect 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\, an d birds you can identify!

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3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, 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 campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habit at\, or take a leisurely strol l down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes s ells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

< p>With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events tha t occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\ , the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 t his year and TedxUTSC \, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you c an 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 prize packag es valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installa tion\, developed by Scarborough Arts  in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that ha< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>s been traveling all across Scarborough fo r the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! Fro m now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative pho to 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!   < /span>

 

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

A not-s o-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 s ee 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 away from UT SC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbin g 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 pizza.  

 

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

The < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus th at exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re 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 Uku lele 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 afternoo n. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, t he 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 t oday 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 o f Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity 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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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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! 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181205 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190208 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd. 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-walks-fall2016-storytelli ng-creative-media. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-social-u niforms. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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Tickets: https://ww w.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-social-uniforms.

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-writes-fall2016-songwriti ng-to-performing. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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Tickets: h ttps://www.universe.com/sa-writes-fall2016-songwriting-to-performing.< /p> 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:20190923T054712Z 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:10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now  \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architectur e and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of e xcitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip ou t even if you’re not a  student! Here are 10 reasons to explore the Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough right now.   1. Explore the beautiful and famo us architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic archite cture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-moves-fall2016-improv-com edy. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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! 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10 R easons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

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UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything? 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. 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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fa scinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscape s to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on th is university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’r e not a  student!

 

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

 

 < span style='font-weight: normal\;'>1. Explore the beautiful and famous arc hitecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanitie s wings were designed by Australian architect John Hamilton Andrews in a pop ular style of the 1960s called “Br utalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Pl ace are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction f ilms. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

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

The Highland Creek Va lley is the perfect place to e scape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened al lowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hi ghland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can i dentify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? S pend 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 down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that t he UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experie nce 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 < /span>ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day mul tidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ ye arly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campu s live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a pho to 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 collabora tion with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarborough for the past two ye ars. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the e xtended date of September 27th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarb orough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of grea t prizes. Make sure your instagram ac count 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 o n 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 o n a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can sol ve the mystery!

 

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

The Toront o Pan Am Sports Centre is an e xpansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a d ay pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stu dios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sp orts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-wor kout 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 artists . If you’re looking fo r more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 126 5 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!< /h3>

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

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of cours e.

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


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-talks-fall2016-art-busine ss-digital-age. 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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-walks-fall2016-escape-int o-the-forest. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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Tickets: https ://www.universe.com/sa-walks-fall2016-escape-into-the-forest.

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-mask-bui lding-1. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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Tickets: https://ww w.universe.com/sa-creates-fall2016-mask-building-1.

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:20190923T054712Z 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:10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now  \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architectur e and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of e xcitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip ou t even if you’re not a  student! Here are 10 reasons to explore the Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough right now.   1. Explore the beautiful and famo us architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic archite cture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-writes-fall2016-calligrap hy. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarbo rough Right Now 

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

 

Here ar e 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. < /span>

 

 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 that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especia lly 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 the university. The UTSC tr ail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community a ccess to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, pla nts\, and birds you can identify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explo re 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 community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinat or habitat\, or take a leisure ly stroll down the roc k walk. The Farmers Market som etimes 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 ev ents 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 gathering. On any given d ay 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 s pree at Scarborough Town Centre and priz e packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarboro ugh Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbo rough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Cont est! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a crea tive photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Ma ke sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughS ign!   

 

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 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 usua lly has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head do wn and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

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

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 wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry a fter? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options includi ng that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> is a professional public art gallery on c ampus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artis ts . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gall ery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

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

UTSC love s 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 uku lele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over ou r animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, 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 gees e.


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

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Tickets: https://www.univer se.com/sa-writes-fall2016-calligraphy.

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-moves-fall2016-physical-l iteracy. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough Right Now 

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The University of Toront o Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautifu l architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well wo rth 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 architectur e. 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 that can be found in camp us spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, espe cially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearan ces in the music video “Secr ets” by Toronto-born rap artis t\, The Weekend.

 

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

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 communit y access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone fr om the Environmental Science< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a gar den\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

Speaking of the environment\, want to ex plore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, y ou can also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the polli nator habitat\, or take a leis urely 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 some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3 rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any give n 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 shoppin g spree at Scarborough Town Centre and p rize packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public a rt installation\, developed by Scarb orough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities \, that has been traveling all across Sca rborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo C ontest! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a c reative 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 #Scarborou ghSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand r un by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunc hes. There is often a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir u sually 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 on e place.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short walk a way from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a r ock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungr y after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options incl uding that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

< span style='font-weight: normal\;'>8. View art from local\, national\, and international contemporary artists. 

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery o n campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary ar tists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run g allery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists< /span>.

 

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

UTSC l oves 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 Wednesd ay afternoon. 

 

1 0. 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 lov e them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! Visit t he campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UTSC g eese.


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

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Tickets: https://ww w.universe.com/sa-moves-fall2016-physical-literacy.

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian archit ect John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalis m”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus s pots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especial ly 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 the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allo wing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful High land Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science p rogram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identif y! 3. Tend a garden\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesse s.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 c an also help tend the campus community garden\, view the beehives in the p ollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Far mers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is tha t?    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 maj or 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 community gathering. On any given day you can find the c ampus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.  5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a shopping spree at Scar borough 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 traveling all across Scarborough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Septe mber 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 acc ount 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 t he 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 stu dent 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 l ine. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Learn to rock clim b and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an ex pansive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a da y pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga stud ios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the spo rts centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-work out slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, and internationa l contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional publi c art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit th e student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artis ts. 9. Visual arts not your thing? Visit the theatre or join Ukulele Jam!U TSC loves music and the performing arts. The campus has their own radio st ation\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a play at the Leigha Lee Brown e 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 li st. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love t hem\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking ab out 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 Univ ersity of Toronto Scarborough right now! Did we miss anything?\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tickets: https://www.universe.com/sa-talks-fall2016-performanc e-poetry-night. 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The University of Toronto S carborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful a rchitecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no sho rtage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

 

Here ar e 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborough right now. < /span>

 

 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 that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especia lly 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 the university. The UTSC tr ail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community a ccess to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, pla nts\, and birds you can identify!

 

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explo re 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 community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinat or habitat\, or take a leisure ly stroll down the roc k walk. The Farmers Market som etimes 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 ev ents 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 gathering. On any given d ay 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 s pree at Scarborough Town Centre and priz e packages valued at over $400!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarboro ugh Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbo rough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Cont est! From now until the extended date of September 27th\, instagram a crea tive photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Ma ke sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughS ign!   

 

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 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 usua lly has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head do wn and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

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

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 wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry a fter? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options includi ng that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> is a professional public art gallery on c ampus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artis ts . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gall ery\, Gallery 1265 which features all UTSC student artists.

 

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

UTSC love s 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 uku lele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese\, of course.

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over ou r animal friends. Some campus-goers