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How many U of T students does it take to change a light bulb?

Two - one student to do it and another to immediately compare U of T’s position to McGill’s in the bulb-changing league table.

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High academic expectations have generated U of T’s reputation as anything but a party school, and while it is true that many students are more likely to be found in the library than on the dance floor, this is not to say that U of T students only work and don’t play. Nights out may be less frequent than at other institutions, but plenty of students can still be found in the wealth of bars of College and Bloor Streets on any night of the week.

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