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:20190918T182130Z 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160929 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161010 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarboroug h\, ON M1N 1T3\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:JAYU’s iAM Gallery URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/jayus-iam-gallery/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/10/14468494_1246244822063006_5131365103584954796_o-150x150.jpg\;150\;15 0\;1\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/144684 94_1246244822063006_5131365103584954796_o-300x200.jpg\;300\;200\;1\,large\ ;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/14468494_1246244822 063006_5131365103584954796_o-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\;1\,full\;http://scar borougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/14468494_1246244822063006_51313 65103584954796_o.jpg\;1620\;1080\; X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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

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

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has so me of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Huma nities 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 Meeti ng Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially for science fict ion films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

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

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

Speaking of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market< /a>! If you plan your trip right\, you ca n 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 somet imes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

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4. Experience so me of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs \, there is never a dull momen t on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ART SIDEOUT\, the one-day multidis ciplinary 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 liv e with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and w in a prize package valued at almost $500!

The Scarborough Si gn is a mobile public art installatio n\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC a nd Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a < a href='http://scarborougharts.com/photo-contest-2019/'>ton of great prize s. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

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

 

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

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an 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 international contemporary artists. 

< p>The Doris M cCarthy Gallery is a professio nal public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and inter national contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Visual arts not y our thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. The UTSC geese. < /strong>

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


For more information about Scarborough Arts\, visit us at
http://scarborougharts.com/

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\n \n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11479@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182130Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Bluffs Gallery Exhibit\,Community Event CONTACT:Scarborough Arts\; 416-698-7322\; info@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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ 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 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11487@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182130Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Deadline CONTACT:Sergei Petrov\; 416-698-7322\; ed@scarborougharts.com\; http://scar borougharts.com/call-satogether16/ 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Sca rborough 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 univer sity’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out even if you’re not a  student!

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

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

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

 

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

The Hi ghland Creek Valley is the per fect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down i nto the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to t he 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\, make friends with bees\, and support local businesses.

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

 

4. 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 Octo ber 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 perform ances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that ha s been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part i n The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sur e your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir ’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has b ecome 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 sandw ich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the my stery!

 

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

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a sho rt walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several po ols\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped g ym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food opt ions including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

T he Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus tha t exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If y ou’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

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9. Visual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. The UTSC geese. 

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much deb ate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate the m\, 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 loca l UTSC geese.


For more information about Scarborough Arts\, visit us at http://scarboroughar ts.com/

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\n \n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11488@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182130Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Deadline CONTACT:Rachel Fender\; 416-698-7322\; seniorswriteanthology@scarboroughart s.com\; http://scarborougharts.com/call-anthology16/ 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161031 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161101 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, C anada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Deadline: Seniors Write Anthology Call for Submissions URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/deadline-seniors-write-anthology-call- for-submissions/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/10/SWA_640-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.com /wp-content/uploads/2016/10/SWA_640-300x220.jpg\;300\;220\;1\,large\;http: //scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/SWA_640.jpg\;640\;470\; X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarboro ugh Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating pla ce to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the live ly 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  stud ent!

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 that can be fo und in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film indu stry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes sever al appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-bor n rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highla nd Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the b eautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and bird s you can identify!

 

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

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

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

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

 

5. Take a pho to with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500 !

The Scarborough Sign  is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has be en traveling all across Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in Th e Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of Sept ember 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and ente r for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure yo ur instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

< strong>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 H ot Dog stand at UTSC has becom e 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 myster y!

 

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

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is an expansive recreation centre just a short w alk 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 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 international contempor ary artists. 

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

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9. Visual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. The UTSC geese. 

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! Vis it the campus today and see if you can gain a new friend with the local UT SC geese.


For more inf ormation about Scarborough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.c om/

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\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11489@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182130Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Deadline CONTACT:Sasha Kovacs\; 416-698-7322\; programs@scarborougharts.com\; http:/ /scarborougharts.com/call-holidaydreams16/ 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161107 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161108 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Scarborough Arts @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, C anada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Deadline: Holiday Dreams Call for Member Submissions URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/deadline-holiday-dreams-call-for-membe r-submissions/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 16/10/CALLS_FALL163-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarboroughar ts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/CALLS_FALL163-300x220.jpg\;300\;220\;1\, large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/CALLS_FALL163 .jpg\;640\;470\; X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto S carborough Right Now 

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

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

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photo genic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Aust ralian architect John Hamilton Andrews< /a> in a popular style of the 1960s calle d “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the fil m industry\, especially for science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toron to-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

2. Take a q uick 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 suppo rt local businesses.

Speak ing of the environment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your t ime at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan your trip right\, you can also help tend the cam pus community garden\, view th e beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bee s make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborou gh. 

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

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almos t $500!

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 Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date o f September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign an d enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? 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 not-so-hidden secret on campu s is the highly popular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nas ir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple go-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but th e food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a san dwich 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 < span style='font-weight: 400\;'>is an expansive recreation centre just a s hort 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 after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food o ptions including that tempting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and international con temporary 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.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

UTSC loves music and the perfor ming arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and th eatre! Attend a play at the Leig ha Lee Browne Theatre\, or joi n the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon. 

 

10. The UTSC geese. 

Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much d ebate over our animal friends. Some campus-goers love them\, some hate t hem\, 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 lo cal UTSC geese.


For mo re information about Scarborough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborough arts.com/

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\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11731@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182131Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Event CONTACT:Myseum of Toronto\; 416-583-2030\; http://www.myseumoftoronto.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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161219 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170302 GEO:+43.647814;-79.394557 LOCATION:Myseum Hub at 401 Richmond @ 401 Richmond St W\, Toronto\, ON M5V 1X3\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Yearbook (at 401 Richmond) URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/yearbook-at-401-richmond/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170413 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170414 GEO:+43.837745;-79.084068 LOCATION:City of Pickering City Hall @ 1 The Esplanade S\, Pickering\, ON L 1V 6K5\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:I Am Ontario Youth Public Art Competition URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/i-am-ontario-youth-public-art-competit ion/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ 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 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180929 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180930 GEO:+43.772898;-79.25768 LOCATION:Scarborough Civic Centre @ 150 Borough Dr\, Scarborough\, ON M1P 4 N6\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Scarborough Arts at Nuit Blanche URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/scarborough-arts-at-nuit-blanch-toront o-scarborough/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20160920T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20160923T170000 GEO:+43.695507;-79.258867 LOCATION:Bluffs Gallery @ 1859 Kingston Rd\, Scarborough\, ON M1N 1T3\, Can ada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Yin & Yang 2016 Art Exhibition URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/yin-yang-2016-art-exhibition/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ 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 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ 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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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture and land scapes 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 beautif ul and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings were desi gned by Australian architect John Hamilton And rews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular sha pes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought ou t by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The buildin g also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. The UTS C trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing all members of the Scarborough communi ty access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone f rom the Environmental 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 < /span>campus community garden\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best events in Scarborough. 

With over 200 clubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visi t some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festiva l held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gat hering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package val ued at almost $500!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communi ties\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past two year s. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the ext ended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Ce ntre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #Scar boroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden sec ret 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 l ine\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle pos ted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you ca n solve the mystery!

 

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

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

 

8. View art from local\, national\, and inter national 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 for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? Join Ukulel e Jam!

UTSC loves music an d the performing arts. The campus has their own radio station\, choir\, ba nds\, 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. 

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.


For more information about Scarborough Arts\, visit us at http:/ /scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n T ickets: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/podcast-launch-tickets-32398058465. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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X-COST:$10-$14 X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/podcast-launch-tickets-3239805846 5 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11849@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182131Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Event CONTACT: 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to V isit the University of Toronto Scarborough 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 are 10 reasons to explore the University of Toronto Scarborou gh right now. 

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous a rchitecture.

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

 

2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through th e 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 reopen ed allowing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a gui de book or someone from the Environmenta l Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, ma ke 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\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/artsideout.ca/ ')\;' href='http://artsideout.ca/'>ARTSI DEOUT\, the one-day multidisci plinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and Te dxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Te d Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

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5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

The Scarborough Sign  is a mobile public art installation\ , developed by Scarborough Ar ts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough f or the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! Fr om now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative ph oto with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes< /a>. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and y ou tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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 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. L earn to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.

The Toronto P an Am Sports Centre is an expa nsive recreation centre just a short walk away from UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing wall\, yoga studio s\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sport s centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workou t 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.

 

9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. The UTSC geese. 

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 c an gain a new friend with the local UTSC geese.


For more information about Scarborough Arts\, vi sit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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\n \n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-11909@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182131Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Event CONTACT:https://www.facebook.com/events/253176251787287/ 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UT SC) is a fascinating place to explore\, from the beautiful architecture an d landscapes to the lively cultural events\, there is no shortage of excit ement on this university’s grounds. The campus is well worth a trip out ev en if you’re not a  student!

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

 1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most b eautiful and photogenic architecture. The Science and Humanities wings wer e designed by Australian architect John Hamilt on Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angul ar shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sou ght out by the film industry\, especially for science fiction films. The b uilding also makes several appearances in the music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

< strong>2. Take a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Cre ek Valley. 

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of the university. T he UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened< span style='font-weight: 400\;'> allowing all members of the Scarborough c ommunity access to the beautiful Highland Creek. Bring a guide book or som eone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many t rees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. Tend a garden\, make friends wit h 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 habitat< /a>\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>. The Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute is that?   

 

4. Experience some of the best e vents in Scarborough. 

Wit h 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 f estival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC< /a>\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk communi ty gathering. On any given day you can find the campus live with fashion s hows\, dance performances\, and film screenings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize packa ge valued at almost $500!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by  Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough c ommunities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past tw o years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until t he extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The S carborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough T own Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Sink your teeth into the best hot dogs i n the city. 

A not-so-hidd en 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 oft en a line\, but the food is well worth your wait. Nasir usually has a ridd le posted on a sandwich board to entertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery!

 

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

The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre is an expansive recreati on 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 larg e\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No worries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tempting post-workout slice of piz za.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery< /span> is a professional public art g allery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemp orary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the stude nt-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? 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. 

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


For more information about Scarborough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20170505T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20170505T200000 GEO:+43.784338;-79.292116 LOCATION:Toronto Public Library - Agincourt Branch @ 155 Bonis Ave\, Scarbo rough\, ON M1T\, Canada RDATE;TZID=America/Toronto:20170505T183000 RDATE;TZID=America/Toronto:20170602T183000 RDATE;TZID=America/Toronto:20170707T183000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Scarborough Poetry Club URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/scarborough-poetry-club-2/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 17/04/https-2F2Fcdn.evbuc_.com2Fimages2F284640382F1516684772462F12Forigina l-150x150.jpg\;150\;150\;1\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/ uploads/2017/04/https-2F2Fcdn.evbuc_.com2Fimages2F284640382F1516684772462F 12Foriginal-300x150.jpg\;300\;150\;1\,large\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp -content/uploads/2017/04/https-2F2Fcdn.evbuc_.com2Fimages2F284640382F15166 84772462F12Foriginal.jpg\;800\;400\; X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right N ow 

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The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explor e\, 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!

< span style='font-weight: 400\;'>Here are 10 reasons to explore the Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now. 

 1. Explore th e beautiful and famous architecture.

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

 

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

The Highland Creek Val ley is the perfect place to es cape the business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley h as just reopened all owing all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Hig hland Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science program at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can id entify!

 

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

Speaking of the environ ment\, want to explore more nature at UTSC? Spend your time at the UTSC Farmers Market! If you plan yo ur trip right\, you can also help tend the campus community gard en\, view the beehives in the pollinator habitat \, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. Th e Farmers Market sometimes sells honey that the UTSC bees make. How cute i s 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 prize package valued at almost $500!

The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, developed by Scarborough Arts in collabo ration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarboroug h Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the ch ance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

6. Si nk your teeth into the best hot dogs in the city. 

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly po pular hot dog stand run by Nasir Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTSC has become a staple g o-to for student lunches. There is often a line\, but the food is well wor th your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to ent ertain 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 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 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.

 

9. Visual arts not your thing? 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. 

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


For more information abo ut Scarborough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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\n \n \n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-13180@scarborougharts.com DTSTAMP:20190918T182132Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:Community Event\,Community Partner Event CONTACT:Mural Routes\; 416-698-7995\; kyla@muralroutes.ca\; https://muralro utes.ca/ 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 Univers ity of Toronto Scarborough right now.  1. Explore the beautiful and famous architecture.UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architect ure. The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n T ickets: https://muralroutes.ca/wals-utility-box-2018/. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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Tickets: https://muralroutes. ca/wals-utility-box-2018/.

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n T ickets: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSflyLcDM2MzgIop4_exk-a1CJ -m07v3KWcKsaIlFOwflXB_cA/viewform?c=0&w=1. 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20180701T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20180701T210000 GEO:+43.772898;-79.25768 LOCATION:Albert Campbell Square @ 150 Borough Dr\, Scarborough\, ON M1P 4N 6\, Canada SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Canada Day at Albert Campbell Square URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/canada-day-at-albert-campbell-square/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20180706T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20180706T190000 GEO:+43.653483;-79.384094 LOCATION:Nathan Phillips Square @ 100 Queen St W\, Toronto\, ON M5G 1P5\, Canada RDATE;TZID=America/Toronto:20180707T100000 RDATE;TZID=America/Toronto:20180708T100000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Scarborough Arts at the 57th Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/scarborough-arts-at-the-57th-toronto-o utdoor-art-exhibition/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-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.For more information about Scarborou gh Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/ DTSTART;TZID=America/Toronto:20180817T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Toronto:20180817T230000 GEO:+43.692739;-79.280674 LOCATION:Danforth Ave @ 3345 Danforth Ave\, Scarborough\, ON M1L 1C7\, Cana da SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Wheels on the Danforth URL:http://scarborougharts.com/event/wheels-on-the-danforth/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/20 19/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,medium\;http://scarborougharts.co m/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683\,large\;htt p://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ScarbSign-1024x683.jpg\ ;1024\;683\,full\;http://scarborougharts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Sc arbSign-1024x683.jpg\;1024\;683 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\n
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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The Science and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architec t 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 spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spo ts 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. Ta ke a quick break in nature by walking through the Highland Creek Valley. T he Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape the business of th e university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowi ng all members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highla nd Creek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram 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 y our 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 pol linator habitat\, or take a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 cl ubs\, there is never a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the one-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this year and TedxUTSC\, the campus’ yearly Ted Talk community gathering. On any given day you can find the cam pus live with fashion shows\, dance performances\, and film screenings. 5. Take a photo with The Scarborough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!The Scarborough Sign is a mobile public art installation\, dev eloped by Scarborough Arts in collaboration with the UTSC and Scarborough communities\, that has been traveling all across Scarbrough for the past t wo years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instagram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Wh o doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram account is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!    6. S ink 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. Runni ng 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 w orth your wait. Nasir usually has a riddle posted on a sandwich board to e ntertain the line. Head down and see if you can solve the mystery! 7. Lear n to rock climb and deep dive all in one place.The Toronto Pan Am Sports C entre 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 wa ll\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wor ries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that temp ting post-workout slice of pizza.   8. View art from local\, national\, an d international contemporary artists. The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a prof essional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Canadian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local cont ent\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265. 9. Visual arts not you r thing? Join Ukulele Jam!UTSC loves music and the performing arts. The ca mpus has their own radio station\, choir\, bands\, and theatre! Attend a p lay at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre\, or join the campus ukulele jam held every Wednesday afternoon.  10. The UTSC geese. Yes\, the UTSC geese have to make this list. There is much debate over our animal friends. Some cam pus-goers love them\, some hate them\, but we can all agree that we cannot stop talking about them! 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10 Reasons to Visit the University of Toronto Scarborough Right Now 

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The Univer sity of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is a fascinating place to explore\, fro m the beautiful architecture and landscapes to the lively cultural events\ , there is no shortage of excitement on this university’s grounds. The cam pus 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 beaut iful and famous architecture.

UTSC has some of the most beautiful and photogenic architecture. The S cience and Humanities wings were designed by Australian architect < a onclick='javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/outgoing/www.thecanadia nencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews')\;' href='https://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/john-hamilton-andrews'>John Hamilton Andrews in a popular style of the 1960s called “Brutalism”. The grey colour and rigid angular shapes that can be found in campus spots like The Meeting Place are sought out by the film industry\, especially f or science fiction films. The building also makes several appearances in t he music video “Secrets” by Toronto-born rap artist\, The Weekend.

 

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

The Highland Creek Valley is the perfect place to escape th e business of the university. The UTSC trail down into the Valley has just reopened allowing a ll members of the Scarborough community access to the beautiful Highland C reek. Bring a guide book or someone from the Environmental Science pro gram at UTSC and see how many trees\, plants\, and birds you can identify!

 

3. T end 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 habitat\, or t ake a leisurely stroll down the rock walk. The Farme rs 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 nev er a dull moment on this campus. Visit some of the major events that occur such as ARTSIDEOUT\, the o ne-day multidisciplinary arts festival held on October 3rd\, 2019 this yea r 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 film screen ings.

 

5. Take a photo with The Scarbor ough Sign and win a prize package valued at almost $500!

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 ac ross Scarbrough for the past two years. Take part in The Scarborough Sign Photo Contest! From now until the extended date of September 30th\, instag ram a creative photo with The Scarborough Sign and enter for the chance to win a ton of great prizes. Who doesn’t want a $100 gift card to Scarborough Town Centre? Make sure your instagram accoun t is public and you tag us with #ScarboroughSign!   

 

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

A not-so-hidden secret on campus is the highly popular h ot dog stand run by Nasi r Alhuttam. Running for almost 15 years\, Nasir’s Hot Dog stand at UTS C has become a staple go-to fo r 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 UTSC . Purchase a day pass and gain access to several pools\, a rock climbing w all\, yoga studios\, and a large\, fully equipped gym. Hungry after? No wo rries\, the sports centre has a variety of food options including that tem pting post-workout slice of pizza.  

 

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

The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a professional public art gallery on campus that exhibits works by Can adian and international contemporary artists . If you’re looking for more local content\, visit the student-run gallery\, Gallery 1265.

 

9. Vi sual arts not your thing? Join Ukulele Jam!

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

 

10. Th e UTSC geese. 

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


For more information about Scar borough Arts\, visit us at http://scarborougharts.com/

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