Would life be easier if you were a robot? Perhaps – but even computers get bugs. Being an actual human has its challenges and frustrations, but we’re also very good at overcoming problems, finding strength in adversity and helping each other out. If you need to talk to someone about stress, or work through any kind of health problem, we’re here for you. If you need assistance managing a disability (yes, a broken arm counts) we can support you. Discover ways to stay active, learn to relax, stay connected and find help if you need it.
Food for thought! Tuesday, March 28, 1 - 2 p.m.
Spring 4K Fun Run, hosted by Hart House. Cost: $10 UofT Students and Hart House Members and $15 for Non-UofT Students/Hart House Members
Food for students.+
Healthy U of T
Connecting with community is more than where you live. It’s the people around you – your friends, your classmates, your bus driver, your barista, and even your professors (yes, profs are people too!).+
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student mental wellness
“Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.” ― Thích Nhất Hạnh+
The part can never be well unless the whole is well.