Action Speaks Louder (ASL) is the bi-annual magazine produced by the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) at the University of Toronto. The magazine provides space for students and community organizers to critically reflect on current issues within struggles for social and environmental justice. Each issue aims to further our collective understanding of the myriad of ways in which systems of oppression intersect and mediate our reality, and how we can resist them.
OPIRG-TORONTO SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SYMPOSIUM
Please come out to this event on it's new date: Saturday May 30th.
A day of paper presentations from student and community researchers, workshops and panels on social and environmental justice issues and campaigns.
OPIRG-Toronto will be issuing opt-out refunds for the Summer Session from Monday-Thursday starting on Monday May 11th and ending on Thursday June 4th. Opt-Out refunds will be conducted at the OPIRG-Toronto office at 563 Spadina Crescent, room 101 from 11 AM-7 PM. Opt-Outs will not be issued on Monday May 18th (Victoria Day).
Part time and Full time Undergraduate students registered for the summer term are eligible to opt-out of OPIRG Toronto. Graduate students can opt out any time of year by making an appointment during regular office hours with the OPIRG staff by email.
OPIRG-Toronto is hiring two summer student positions
OPIRG-Toronto Summer Employment Opportunities: Come work with us at OPIRG!
Deadline for applications: Monday, May 4th @ 12:00PM
Start Date: The week of May 11th, 2015
Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr @ 30 hrs/week for 8 weeks