Outside The Box: Finding Community At Utsc

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Outside The Box: Finding Community At Utsc
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Outside The Box: Finding Community At Utsc says
Outside the Box is back for its 3rd year!

Join us at the 10th annual Queer Orientation week for our first event of the year! This discussion event will explore issues around finding and building community at U of T, particularly in relation to race, class, sexual orientation and gender identity.

How do students navigate spaces at UTSC? Where do students feel comfortable? What do students want to see more of on campus? How can we all work together to create more welcoming and engaging LGBTQ-affirming programs and communities here at UTSC?

This discussion will be facilitated by representatives from the Sexual & Gender Diversity Office (SGDO), the Scarborough Students’ Union (SCSU) and the UTSC Women & Trans Centre.

Lunch will be provided. Vegan and vegetarian options are available.

Everyone is welcome. This event is free. This space is accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. All-gender washrooms are available at this location.

LOCATION: Academic Resource Centre (AC) 227, University of Toronto Scarborough Campus


Outside the Box is a UTSC lunch and conversation series to bring students together every other Wednesday from 1:00 – 2:30 pm.

This event is hosted by the UTSC Equity & Diversity Office, the Department of Student Life, the Scarborough Students’ Union, the UTSC Women & Trans Centre and the Sexual & Gender Diversity Office.


This event is a part of U of T Queer Orientation 2016 - 10th Anniversary!

Queer Orientation (QO) week is a tri-campus series of events for new and returning students, staff and faculty to make connections, engage in activities and have discussions related to LGBTQ+ communities. This year, we are celebrating the 10th annual Queer Orientation week with 47 events across all three campuses! Don't miss out on the fun!

For a full-listing of 2016 Queer Orientation events visit: http://sgdo.utoronto.ca/programs/queer-orientation/
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By: U of T Sexual & Gender Diversity Office