PULSE members show their stuff. PHOTO COURTESY: MICHAEL BRAY

PULSE kicks off the new semester

In Communities /

By Vanda Urbanellis

With hopes to promote positive change by bringing Toronto’s college and university communities together, PULSE is an event where all proceeds will be used to help provide medical supplies to underprivileged communities around the globe.

“In our country we take health care for granted. We don’t see what the cost really is,” said Michael Bray, PULSE event coordinator

On Thursday Jan 16, The University of Toronto’s Hart House will be opening its doors at 7 p.m. Students from Ryerson, University of Toronto, Ontario College of Art and Design, York University and other Toronto post secondary schools are welcome to come out, have fun and support the cause.

The event will feature DJ STOIM, a dance floor, lounge and free food and drinks (if you’re of age).

Tickets are currently being sold online and at the University of Toronto’s campus for $10. They will also be available for purchase on the night of the event for $15 at the door.

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