Monthly Archives: November 2012

Winter Tournament Results

Tonight was the last night to participate in the Winter Tournament. Thanks for coming out, it was a very successful event this year with 39 participants in total. Congratulations to the following for ranking top 3 in their categories: Leo, … Continue reading

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The Mysterious History of HHAC

The archery club is one of the Hart Houses’ best kept secrets! We have been around for so long no one remembers the original date. I am currently trying to find out how old our club actually is, but just … Continue reading

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Ballet Legend a Guest Instructor at Hart House

Frank Augustyn is one of the best-known names in Canadian ballet. A principal dancer with the National Ballet of Canada since the early 1970s, Augustyn has won accolades and international awards with his frequent dance partner Karen Kain. He is … Continue reading

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Social Justice Committee Meeting Minutes November 16th

SJC Meeting Minutes November 16th David Miller Event January 23 -summary: talking about social justice, using sustainable development as a starting point/guide; myth of economy and environment ie radical extremists who oppose pipeline – promotion: focusing target new people – … Continue reading

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Meeting Minutes Nov 2nd

HH Social Justice Committee – Meeting Minutes Nov 2nd Review of Courage Film Screening partnerships (Oct 30th, 7pm) What worked? What didn’t? -good turn-out -but only a few students: adjust our marketing strategy?   Networking nights Urban Inequality (Nov 6th, … Continue reading

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October 26th, 2012 Meeting Minutes

October 26th Meeting Minutes, SJC Oxfam Event: To Whom It May Concern,  Here is a description of the sale for your meeting: This November 22nd from 12-6 Oxfam U of T is hosting the university’s first ethical/local holiday bazaar, featuring … Continue reading

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