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Welcome to CritCon 2018! Sponsored by the University of Toronto Tabletop Gaming Club, CritCon will be one day of tabletop gaming, tournaments, panels, seminars, workshops, and special guests! CritCon 2018 is being held in The Great Hall at Hart House, on the downtown University of Toronto campus. Steps away from Museum subway station! Hours of operation: 9am: Doors open 10:00am - 2pm: Game slot #1 3pm - 7pm: Game slot #2 8pm - Midnight: Game slot #3 Standard entry is $20 as an early bird special for the first 100 tickets, and $25 afterwards. Standard entry entitles you access to gaming, panels, and workshops. VIP entry is $30 and entitles you access to gaming and VIP seating for panels and workshops. VIP+ is limited to 5 tickets through a blind auction, with bids starting at $100. VIP+ entitles you to gaming, VIP+ seating for panels and workshops, a seat at a game run by Ed Greenwood, and a meet & greet/luncheon with Ed Greenwood. To place a bid email us at mail@critcon.ca with the subject "VIP+ bid" and include your name, and bid amount. Winners will be notified April 20 via email. All tickets are non-refundable. Additional information: If you're interested in running a game or volunteering get in contact with us through Facebook or email us at mail@critcon.ca. We offer compensated entry for our volunteers. There are no external food or drinks allowed in The Great Hall. Water is exempt from this rule. There are numerous food options located South on College Street, West on Spadina, and North on Bloor Street. Hart House has a cafeteria in the basement with microwaves if you wish to bring your own food. Paid parking is available on the UofT lots. The Hart House Circle Parking and Tower Road Parking Lot are the closest parking options. See here for parking information: http://map.utoronto.ca/access/parking-lots We do encourage the use of the TTC as Hart House is a short walk from Museum subway station. Please email mail@critcon.ca with any questions. Sign up for games at our Warhorn for the event: https://warhorn.net/events/critcon-2018/schedule/2018/04/28
Apr
28
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CritCon 2018

Hosted by the University of Toronto Tabletop Gaming Club
We brought you our annual formal “Mersal” and ended off 2017 with a BANG! Now we are back to kick-off your summer with our annual boat cruise ALAIPAYUTHEY!!​! Come join UTSG TSA for the most anticipated event of the year. We offer you nothing but delicious food, amazing music and a breathtaking view aboard the luxurious River Gambler on April 28th, 2018. Dress to impress ladies and gentlemen, we hope to see you all in classy attire! Our professional photographers will be there to capture every moment of what promises to be an extravagant night! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Music: Untouchable Sound Crew - As our official DeeJay for the night, USC will be bringing you the latest in Hip Hop, RnB, Reggae, Soca, TOP 40, House, GAANA & Much More! Get ready to dance all night long to your favorite tracks! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Charity: STAY TUNED TO HEAR WHERE PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO! ***TICKET SALES*** Tickets will be priced at $55.00. PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE so get them early while you can! We will be beginning ticket sales on MARCH 12TH, 2018 at GERSTEIN LIBRARY LOBBY(located at 9 King's College Cir, M7A 1A5)! THIS IS A 19+ EVENT! NOTE: - Please bring valid student ID and government ID when purchasing ALL tickets (please provide pictures of ID if you are purchasing a ticket for a friend). ACCEPTABLE GOVERNMENT IDs: Valid Driver’s License Passport An Ontario Photo Card You must present one of these government IDs to purchase a ticket and must bring the same ID to the event! HEALTH CARDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED! Remember that this is a guaranteed SOLD OUT EVENT. TICKETS WILL BE SOLD IN A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS SO PLEASE GET YOUR TICKETS ASAP! Tickets will be sold at the University of Toronto St. George Campus. ***BLACKLIST IN EFFECT*** Those individuals who have caused issues at previous UTSG TSA social events, including other school's TSA events, will not be allowed to purchase a ticket. This is to ensure the absolute safety of everyone attending. ***DRESS CODE*** Formal Attire Only! Ladies and gentlemen, dress to impress! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Boarding will begin at 6:00 PM. The boat will leave at 7:00 PM. Please arrive on time! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - :: BLACK LIST AND RIGHT OF ADMISSION REFUSAL IN FULL EFFECT :: :: ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY :: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - -- - - Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable
Apr
28
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UTSG TSA Presents: Alaipayuthey - Charity Boat Cruise

Hosted by Tamil Students' Association
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Founded in 1901, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) is the official student government of more than 50,000 students at the University of Toronto. If you’re a full-time undergraduate student at the St. George Campus or the Mississauga Campus, you’re automatically a member of the UTSU. As a student government, we operate independently of the University and strive to be a democratic, member-driven organization.

The UTSU is led by a President and six Vice-Presidents, all of whom report to a council called the Board of Directors. The President, the Vice-Presidents, and the Board of Directors are all elected directly by the members.

The UTSU has two essential functions: 1) advocacy and 2) service provision. Our advocacy work includes lobbying the government and the university administration, organizing public education campaigns, and supporting student initiatives. Our services include grants for students in need, funding for student clubs, and the student health insurance plan. Finally, all of our work is guided by a commitment to equity.

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