Read more about the article Marooned?: The Issue of Identity
Photo: Birk, Dieter ed. Marooned: Scarborough Campus Magazine. Scarborough College: December 1967. Cover Photo. University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Archives & Special Collections. UTSC Archives Legacy Collection, File 002-D-7-5-52.   

Marooned?: The Issue of Identity

In October 1964, after the formal opening ceremonies for Scarborough College, Varsity news reporter Margaret Sisson confidently reflected, “Scarborough College…will be able to provide students with a source of identity within the University structure” (Sisson, 1964). While the first classes of Scarborough College certainly actively negotiated (and fiercely contested) their “Scarborough Identity” (Marooned February 1967), building a collective student identity and community miles…

Read more about the article One Way Tray to the Valley
Scarborough College. Spectrum (Campus newsletter). University of Toronto Scarborough Campus: January 1990 (Special 25th Anniversary Issue).

One Way Tray to the Valley

While present UTSC students look forward to cross-country skiing or winter hikes in the valley, former students of the ‘60s and ‘70s turned to the cafeteria for some outdoor winter fun. Yes, you read that correctly – students piled into the campus cafeteria in anticipation of heading outside. Upon finishing…



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