Canada’s largest student newspaper, The Varsity publishes print issues weekly on Mondays during the school year, and throughout the week online at thevarsity.ca through the full year including summers. It is distributed on all three of the University of Toronto’s campuses.
Located on the second and third floors of 21 Sussex Ave. (behind Robarts Library), we are committed to covering the U of T Campus and environs and the issues important to you as students and citizens. Our news coverage is, without a doubt, the most complete on campus. We’re also a friendly bunch. Really. Anyone can work for the Varsity, and we encourage you to stop in at our office to take a look around. You don’t need anything but the desire to put in a little time: there are no tests, no writer’s fees, and, we hope, no hassles. Visit thevarsity.ca/volunteer to learn more about how you can get involved.
We are published by Varsity Publications Inc., a non-profit corporation financed in part by an annual levy paid by all full-time undergraduates. The Varsity will not publish material attempting to incite violence or hatred towards particular individuals or an identifiable group, particularly on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, gender, age, mental or physical disability, or sexual orientation.
Now in its 140th year, The Varsity is looking for new writers, photographers, illustrators, print designers, web developers, cartoonists, and copy-editors to help continue its tradition as U of T’s unofficial school of journalism.