Thursday, November 13, 2008

Tutoring, Story-telling and Cross Country

Guests on the show:

1. Kimberly Stemshorn - Project Universal Minds (ASSU)
Kim spoke about the arts and science tutoring highschool students in Toronto. Tutors for the program are badly needed! To sign up, go to the ASSU office at Sid Smith or visit

2. Liz Went- Hart House Literary and Library Committee (Hart House)
Liz spoke about Philip Lee's book reading for "Bittersweet Confessions of a Twice Married Man" happening tonight 7pm at Hart House library.
The Literary and Library committee also runs monthly poetry readings, short story contests and manages collection the Hart House Library. For contest details or to get involved, see

3. Sana Rizivi- Aboriginal Storytelling & Crafts for Kids
Sana joined us to speak about an event taking place Sunday, November 23rd from 1-3pm in Hart House' East Common Room. Shannon Thunderbird will be leading an afternoon of craft, song and stroytelling for kids of all ages, but geared towards children 5-10 years old. The event is FREE and includes craft material.

4. Megan Brown- University of Toronto Track Team
Megan is the CIS Cross Country gold medal winner for the Canadian University Games 2008. She also lead the team to a 2nd place finish. This is Megans second gold medal win in two years competing.

Music on the show:
Boards of Canada - Sixtyniner
Mother Mother - Wisdom
Hexes and Ohs - You're a hologram
Hayden - Did I wake up beside you
Wolf Parade - Language City
Holy Fuck - Casio bossa nova
Sunset Rubdown - Shut up I am dreaming of a place where lovers have wings

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