Heart Of Arts One

Kate Kelley

Kate Kelley

“I feel that ArtsOne gave me a valuable introduction to “thinking for myself” about ancient texts and gave me a head-start in graduate studies.”

Tianne J.

Tianne J.

“Arts One bridged the gap between being a high school student and being a university student. Being able to meet with the same small group of people twice a week and explore the wonders of literature really helped me get acclimated to university life.”

Zaynab B.

Zaynab B.

“As a nervous first-year student, I found that Arts One gave me the environment and the confidence I needed to better articulate my opinions and to accept others questioning them without feeling like I was personally being attacked.”

Eric D.

Eric D.

“It was enriching to see myself and my friends become better writers, better students, and better thinkers throughout the year.”

Jenny X.

Jenny X.

“The program broadened my horizons through it’s lengthy and diverse reading list and a wonderfully insightful group of professors. The community of Arts One and the friends I’ve made while in the program will remain with me for the rest of university and beyond.”

Bianca C.

Bianca C.

“It was such an enriching and awarding experience that prepared me for second year and beyond!”

Lorne and Jane Adamson

Lorne and Jane Adamson

“Met my husband at the dance after the Manchurian Candidate screening.”

Susanna Bell-Irving Gray

Susanna Bell-Irving Gray

“The Essence of Arts One? Community building.”

Ed Cepka

Ed Cepka

“I have become a self-appointed social critic… and this was your goal for us students. Right?”

Michael Cook

Michael Cook

“I remember…. smoking in seminar and my prof borrowing a smoke. Learned to write when my fellow students tore apart my work.”