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The 2014-15 Hart House Committee Secretary Elections concluded at 11:59 pm on Thursday, March 12, 2015, again using U-elecT (voting.utoronto.ca) for this year’s elections. Listed below are the elected in-coming Secretaries and their respective committees for 2015-16: Art: Theresa Wang … Continue reading

Advisory Search Committee for the Warden, Hart House and Call for Nominations   On Friday, December 12, it was announced that Professor Bruce Kidd has been appointed Vice-President, University of Toronto and Principal, University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus. Professor Kidd … Continue reading

Dear members of the Hart House community: It is with mixed emotions that I write to inform you that I have been appointed Principal and Vice President of the University of Toronto Scarborough, and will be resigning as Warden of … Continue reading

A Story of Canadian Art As Told by the Hart House Collection   Released to accompany a major touring exhibition, A Story of Canadian Art As Told by the Hart House Collection documents an important chapter in the modern history … Continue reading

  Generations of students remember Hart House Library with affection as a special place on campus to spend a few hours, for the love of reading. Now an anonymous gift has endowed Hart House Library, enhancing the space and the … Continue reading

Hart House Unveils Official Portrait of Former Warden, Dr. Louise Cowin Hart House is proud to announce the unveiling of a portrait of Dr. Louise Cowin, the tenth Warden of Hart House. Dr. Cowin’s portrait hangs in the Great Hall … Continue reading

Ali Saeed, a beloved member of the U of T and Hart House campus community, passed away on Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the age of 21. Ali was a regular fixture at Hart House and an extremely talented photographer. … Continue reading

Game of Kings and Queens U of T’s chess club–Canada’s oldest–is undergoing a 21st-century revival By Susan Pedwell “Women had only limited access to Hart House until 1972, and women didn’t compete in a club championship until 2000, says Sanja … Continue reading