Monthly Archives February 2015

Meet our students! Mary Catherwood and Ryan Jeong

Are you wondering what kinds of students take Woodsworth One? Our students have a broad range of interests. Many come from Ontario, but others come from across Canada and around the world. This week we are kicking off a series of student profiles, starting with two students who have gotten involved in student government:  Mary […]

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Applications are Open for the 2015-2016 Year!

Thinking about applying to the Woodsworth One program? We hope so! Applications are now open for both streams: Order & Disorder and Popular Culture Today. We believe that students are more than a number, so all we ask is that you fill out one question to tell us more about you and your interests, as […]

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How does social activism happen?

On January 27th, 2015, Matt Gordner, a PhD student in the Political Science Department, Trudeau Foundation Scholar, and director of the Piece by Piece Initiative, presented an exclusive workshop for Woodsworth One students on activism, protests, and social movements. Matt covered key concepts such as “what are social movements?,” “why do we study them?,” and “how  can […]

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