Department of English

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English Students’ Union

The Voice of Undergraduate Students - The ESU


Anyone taking 0.5 FCE (one half-course) or more is a member of the English Students’ Union (ESU). The role of the ESU can be summarized in three points: (1) to act as a liaison between English students and the English Department; (2) to provide a community for English students; (3) to organize events that promote learning and community-building among English students. The ESU office is in the Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St. George Street, Room 737.

The ESU hosts a variety of events and meetings throughout the school year, targeted at English students who want to expand their network, outlook, and interest. These events include: academic seminars, pub nights, mentorship meetings, etc. All students taking ENG courses are encouraged to attend.

English Students' Union - ESU
The University of Toronto Department of English
170 St George St, Rm 630

Email: englishstudentsunion@gmail.com

Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/UofTESU/

or Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theuoftesu/


ESU Executive for 2021-22

President: Alexander Lynch
Co-Vice Presidents: Amy Zhao and Aria Lorenz 
Social Media Manager: Angie Lo
Events Coordinators: Esther Choi and Emily Hand
Second-Year Representatives: Neruka Joseph and Carolina Suaid
General Executive Members: Zoya Merchant, Elizabeth Snugovsky, Julia Heaney, and Laura Kim

IDIOM: https://idiomjournal.wordpress.com/

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