OUT@UTM’s executive director, Zara Rizwan, has resigned following claims of an unsafe working environment and an intense workload, among other claims. In Rizwan’s resignation letter...
Students and faculty gather to discuss the Paris attacks and Canada’s response
Academic Affairs Committee talks academic integrity


Last week, I talked about building character and used the international response to the Paris attacks as an example of us looking out for one another in times of crisis. I also talked about some of the attacks on local Muslims that took place...
Craig Kielburger’s recent talk at UTM teaches us that leaders are made, not born


Diaspora Dialogues, a non-profit Toronto-based arts organization, teamed up with the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday to produce a night of vibrant performances...
UC Follies’ production of Legally Blonde confronts hair colour stereotypes with musical talent
Documentary sheds light on who gets media coverage
Calligraphy offers a time portal to the roots of communication


After the recent terror attacks on Paris, the world was left reeling, aggrieved, and confused. In their distress and confusion as to why events...
The Medium explores students’ intellectual rights while using Turnitin and alternate options


TJ Morton, the first-year Varsity Blues punter for the 2015 season, was recognized as an OUA first-team all-star earlier this month. The honor is...
Help yourself destress during exams by working out and participating in athletic events at UTM
Nigel Moir is a physically stronger and more disciplined athlete because of his bodyweight training

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