The politics of naming a victim

What’s in a name? A lot, apparently, when it comes to sexual assault. Over the winter break, we published a breaking news story about how...

A glimmer of hope for future grads

In my op-ed from a few months ago, I discussed the pros and serious cons of being an English and professional writing major. Despite...

We are all “jihadists”

Last week, I talked about building character and used the international response to the Paris attacks as an example of us looking out for...

How to be a good citizen

One of the things that bothers me about our education system is that while it promotes a great deal of learning, it doesn’t do...

Our mandate as a newspaper

Last week, we commemorated Remembrance Day and reflected on the role of freedom and democracy in our society. These are big concepts, but certainly important...

Big issues on the table for AGM

UTMSU’s annual general meeting takes place this Thursday and from the sound of it, students will have the chance to vote on some pretty...

Coalitions: bringing change to society

Over the past year, UTMSU has embarked on the creation of certain coalitions in order to focus on the voices of specific marginalized people....

Levy underuse doesn’t make sense

First off, I’d like to thank UTMSU president Ebi Agbeyegbe for his letter this week about views that he feels should be shared with...
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