Jess is going into the second year of her undergraduate English course at Fitzwilliam Cambridge and is visiting Alumni groups in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Kingston. She will be visiting us from September 20th to 26th. You will have the opportunity to meet Jess at the rebel house luncheon and the pub night on September 25th.
We encourage you to reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to meet with Jess during her visit. Her interests are wide-ranging including literature, poetry, publishing, geography and politics though they aren’t just limited to the arts! She is keen to meet people and get to know our group.
She has expressed an interest in seeing Niagara Falls and visiting UofT. If you are able to facilitate either of these trips or have other experiences you’d like to share please do let us know.
To find out more about the award and read about previous winners’ trips, visit www.alumni.cam.ac.uk/get-involved/student-travel-award.
It’s the last Tuesday of the month coming up and that’s when we gather to share memories and aspirations over a glass or two. We will meet upstairs at the Oxley Pub in Yorkville from 6pm, Tuesday 28 August, till the conversation runs dry. If you haven’t been to the Oxley before, it’s just north-west of the Bay-Bloor intersection and yards from the Bay Subway Station.
Please join us for our last Tuesday of the month pub gathering to enjoy a pint and catch up with friends. We will meet upstairs at the Oxley Pub in Yorkville from 6pm, Tuesday 31 July. If you haven’t been to the Oxley before, it’s just north-west of the Bay-Bloor intersection and a short walk from the Bay Subway Station.
Please join the Oxford and Cambridge Society of Toronto for a TEDx style talk with Cambridge Cardiologist Dr Rameen Shakur. Dr Shakur will present the latest research and advances in Personalised Medicine for Cardiology where a patient’s genetic make-up is used to inform the most effective treatment options. He will also present on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health and will address ethical questions these advances raise.
The talk will be on Monday July 9th from 6.30pm-8.00pm at the The Shangri-La Hotel. Tickets are required and can be purchased here.