Join the Cross-Border Health Education Student Support Network on October 17 to experience a stunning interactive light and sound installation--and share a free meal afterward!
20 tickets have been secured for KPE students to attend Pulse Topology together, on Sunday, October 17 from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. EDT, followed by a shared meal from a nearby restaurant around 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. EDT. Pulse Topology is a stunning interactive light and sound art installation by Mexican-Canadian media artist, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.
There is no cost to students for the tickets or the meal. Due to the limited amount of tickets available, the first 20 students to sign up will be registered to attend the event.
About the Cross-Border Network
The goal of the Cross-Border Health Education Student Support Network is to support international students in their transition into life at both the university and the city. This includes building relationships and networking with other international and domestic students, learning about key supports and resources, and having fun! Domestic students at KPE are also invited to join the network and attend social events where they can interact with international students to share their lived experiences and knowledge about Toronto and U of T, and support a smooth transition into life at the university.
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