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Trent University in Oshawa Students “Get Green”

September 17, 2008

On September 12, Trent University in Oshawa students enjoyed their own student orientation session entitled “Get Green Day” to help them get a jumpstart on the new academic year.

During the lively day-long session, students teamed up and has a chance to get to know one another while familiarizing themselves with the Oshawa campus through a series of engaging activities, including human foosball, a scavenger hunt, and talent show. Local media attended to catch all the live action.

“This event has been organized by Trent’s representatives with the Student Association and offers a great opportunity for students to share in fun activities that reflect the unique Trent experience,” said Murray Genoe, Associate Dean and Principal of Julian Blackburn College, who directs Trent University in Oshawa. “We’re excited to provide this kind of orientation so our new students understand how important they are to the Trent community.”

Trent University in Oshawa affords students access to an exceptional university experience that is consistently ranked as one of the best undergraduate programs in the country. More than 900 students in Oshawa enjoy a truly unique learning environment that embodies the student-centered education for which Trent University is renowned. Located on the campus of Durham College and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Trent University in Oshawa has a proud 34-year history in the Durham region.

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