Ashton Deroy writes: Hey everyone, we have a meeting Tonight, Thursday Septemebr 21st 2017 room E1415 5:00pm – 6:45. We also launched our own YouTube channel. If interested get in touch with Melissa, Ashton & Stephanie. We can talk about content development, ideas & if you have something to upload we can help with that as well. Holly & Renee also uploaded some information on LGBTQ … Continue reading Meeting, Launch of our YouTube Channel, Scholarships
Times & Locations could be subject to change. First meeting is September 14th 2017, room E1415 confirmed! We will work to update weekly in case of changes. Contact the Seneca Pride Secretary at Ashtonderoy@gmail.com, 647-850-6802 for any questions. (Must include an introduction & fact you are a Seneca Student in message) Continue reading Meetings Schedule
Ashton Deroy Writes: Thanks to the help of Melissa, Stephanie and anyone who showed up to Seneca Pride meetings. We did it guys we got to march in the Toronto Pride Parade! This was the climax of a year of our vice president and President’s planning and because of this, we were able to promote Seneca’s culture of acceptance, education, and diversity. At this … Continue reading We did it, we made it to Toronto Pride 2017.
Come join us on June 25th 2017 as we march in the Toronto pride parade!
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Stephanie Bagley Vice President Seneca Newnham Pride
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Just a reminder we have paint night tonight. Hosted with Seneca Pride! Continue reading Paint Night
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Hi, I am Ashton Deroy. I am 24, a Business & Marketing student, a capitalist, a business writer for Toronto-Businessphere. I have worked mainly in Advertising & Tech. “Oh Yeah and I am really gay!” Sometimes people do ask me, “How are you so comfortable being out?” . To that I reply “I have been out for 8 years, it is as easy as … Continue reading The moral responsibility of being out of the closet