The significance of care as an ethical and political mattering has had a renewed interest, particularly in higher education through feminist science studies, feminist new materialisms, posthumanisms and indigenous scholars who desire a more attentive and ethical mode of doing research and teaching in the university. The emphasis on care is framed through interconnected and interdependent relations between humans, non-humans and the earth. This chapter considers such theorisations and practices of care by examining the Counter with Care project created by a group of post-secondary students at OCAD University in Toronto. In particular, this chapter examines this semester-long course and the various activities undertaken by the instructor and the students through the complex lens of care, anchored on three intentions: relationality, responsibility and hope – concepts that shaped how the students and the project attended to care.