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Saturday, December 3, 2016

CFS approves lowering threshold

At their general meeting that ran from November 18 to 21, the Canadian Federation of Students approved a motion to lower the threshold for...
22 and 41 minor program changes for humanities and sciences departments, respectively
UTM Helping Hands, in collaboration with UTM’s Department of Language Studies and the Syrian...
An Alberta-based centre grades student unions’ practices

Free speech isn’t an excuse

Our news section this week includes an article about a group called Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms. They gave UTSU and UTMSU an F grade because they disagreed with how free speech was being handled at this school.I agree that these unions are far...
Despite what they think, pro-life groups hold no authority over a woman’s body

Witnessing Rojas’ creative journey

Last Friday, VAM opened their doors for their current exhibition’s opening reception. Why do you create? is an interactive show that features both artwork...
Polaroid Stories recounts the real stories of 10 people
Life of Pi by Yann Martel is a novel that touches on many significant...
The Crucible centres around the corruption of the Salem Witch Trials in the late 17th century

The face behind the popular SOC100

Have you or your friends taken SOC100? How many of them are pursuing a major or minor in sociology? Until I mentioned it to...
IMI’s Countdown to Success featured Manjit Minhas, the owner of Minhas Breweries & Distillery
Professor R. Cassandra Lord discusses race and sexuality through the lens of Pelau MasQUEERade
Last Tuesday, UTM’s student housing and residence life department held its annual Light the...

UTM: playing hard and winning big

The UTM men’s division 1 basketball team had a great night on the road against Skule-A in Toronto at the Goldring Centre on Wednesday...
Sarah-May Edwardo-Oldfield uses her basketball team’s strength to believe in a bright future
Contrary to popular belief, meditation holds several benefits
UTM women’s volleyball loses to St. George Red 2-1, but there’s hope going forward

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