Welcome to Orientation 2012 – or Frosh Week, as students call it. Clubs Day, one of the week’s most popular activities, always draws a crowd. Student clubs set up booths and organize events to attract new members at a warm and friendly gathering that resembles a country fair. (Photos by John Guatto)
St. Michael’s College Frosh Marshals Rebecca Morgan (right) and Jordan Livings (left) are excited to get the new students energized for frosh.
Cheerleaders get the crowd pumped… while the giant mascot seals the deal.
The student group OLAS aims to promote Latin American culture.
Christopher Piggott from the kendo club performs a strike on Melanie Wong.
Walk softly and carry a big balloon: Yipin Gao draws the attention of new students to the UTCSSA (Chinese Students and Scholars Association at the University of Toronto).
Students perform capoeira to engage the crowd.
Delicious food samples are always a great way to attract people.
Members of the rugby team gear up for another great season.
Members of Fight Back strike a pose after a long and busy Clubs Day event.
This lovable mascot helped promote the Chinese Undergraduate Association.
Members of U of T’s NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) take some time away from their booth to pose for a great photo.
These New College froshies are excited to be part of U of T’s great environment.
Orientation always creates excitement for new and returning students.
It didn’t take long for these Innis froshies to become the best of friends.
Clubs day is always a popular event during Frosh week; new students get their first taste of the many opportunities available on campus.