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Campus food: is UTM doing enough?

We are three weeks into the semester and it isn’t hard to tell that the academic year is gaining momentum. Study spots are being...

Talk your way to better mental health

On Wednesday, January 31st, Bell hosted their annual Let’s Talk Day and the whole nation answered the call. Every interaction was worth five cents....

Protests held at St. George Tim Hortons

A national day of action was held at Tim Horton’s locations across Toronto in response to some franchise holders cutting breaks and health benefits...

Assault suspect has been arrested

A second community alert was sent out last Tuesday stating that in collaboration with the Peel Regional Police, the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus...

Battle against the flu this winter season

This year, we are having the stereotypical Canadian Winter. Lots of snow and temperatures well below freezing. The recent temperature plunge and snowy weather...

A clean environment: a commodity?

Last Wednesday, the Political Science and Pre-Law Association at UTM, with the Society for Geography and Environment, hosted law professor at Wayne State University...

Is global academic freedom a right?

Professor Homa Hoodfar of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Concordia University spent 112 days in prison in Tehran, Iran. The Iranian-Canadian anthropology...

Resolving cases at UTM

On Saturday, September 30th, 75 students had the opportunity to participate in the annual Introductory Case Competition hosted by DECA UTM.During this event, students...

Screentime for the 50th

In the following weeks, four films will be screened in the CCT atrium in light of UTM’s 50th Anniversary Film Festival. The four films,...

Academic Advocacy educates students

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union held its Academic Advocacy Week last week, where it advertised opportunities for students to meet their professors...

So, you think you know how to cosplay?

Cosplaying is the art of dressing up as a character from a movie, TV show, anime, video game, or another source of entertainment. Given...

North building underway

North Building Phase 2 is still currently in development and expected to open on schedule in late August of 2018.UTM’s chief administrative officer, Paul...

Davis upgrade coming

The William G. Davis building is expected to undergo construction on the food court and main entrance later this term, to become a permanent...

Entrepreneurs Night hosts 14 guest speakers

The UTM Entrepreneur’s Club held its first Entrepreneurs Night last Thursday at Spigel Hall in Davis, featuring 14 special guests who shared their experiences...

Dear students, your vote does matter

Last Tuesday, in light of the ongoing UTMSU elections on campus, the Centre for Student Engagement invited Professor Justin Bumgardner from UTM’s political science...

Street food: fast, delicious—and healthy?

Life as a student can be like a complicated juggling act; where academics and social interaction become opposing entities that are constantly odds with...

Social media as a tool for protests, politics

On Wednesday February 15, another edition of the Feminist Lunch Hour took place, featuring guest speaker Dr. Victoria Tahmasebi, who is an assistant professor...

Living Library returns with new “books”

On February 16, the Human Living Library returned for a fifth year, featuring books such as Gurveer Bains (a U of T Ph.D. student),...

MSA pairs mentors with junior students

The Muslim Students’ Association started its first Declassified Survival Guide program last Thursday, which is a new program that offers a paired mentorship at...

Deconstructing hyper-masculinity

“Man up!” “Boys don’t cry!” and “Stop being so sensitive!” are among the many phrases you may hear when a man chooses to break...

UTMSU’s three-day Cultural Fest

Eighteen clubs actively participated in UTMSU’s Cultural Fest, held last week at the Student Centre, with different events being held throughout the three-day affair.According...

Syrians and students trade languages

Every Saturday, at the U of T St. George campus, workshops are organized by the Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations - Cultural Exchange and...

Five Days of Giving raises $600

UTM’s Undergraduate Commerce Society raised over $600 from their Five Days of Giving charity event last week.UTM Free the Children, UTM Residence Council, World...

On the edge of a horrifying discovery

Last week, Choose Humanity, a University of Toronto club, hosted a screening of The Bleeding Edge on campus. Directed by Leon Lee, The Bleeding...

Campus food: is UTM doing enough?

We are three weeks into the semester and it isn’t hard to tell that the academic year is gaining momentum. Study spots are being...

Talk your way to better mental health

On Wednesday, January 31st, Bell hosted their annual Let’s Talk Day and the whole nation answered the call. Every interaction was worth five cents....

Protests held at St. George Tim Hortons

A national day of action was held at Tim Horton’s locations across Toronto in response to some franchise holders cutting breaks and health benefits...

Assault suspect has been arrested

A second community alert was sent out last Tuesday stating that in collaboration with the Peel Regional Police, the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus...

Battle against the flu this winter season

This year, we are having the stereotypical Canadian Winter. Lots of snow and temperatures well below freezing. The recent temperature plunge and snowy weather...

A clean environment: a commodity?

Last Wednesday, the Political Science and Pre-Law Association at UTM, with the Society for Geography and Environment, hosted law professor at Wayne State University...

Is global academic freedom a right?

Professor Homa Hoodfar of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Concordia University spent 112 days in prison in Tehran, Iran. The Iranian-Canadian anthropology...

Resolving cases at UTM

On Saturday, September 30th, 75 students had the opportunity to participate in the annual Introductory Case Competition hosted by DECA UTM.During this event, students...

Screentime for the 50th

In the following weeks, four films will be screened in the CCT atrium in light of UTM’s 50th Anniversary Film Festival. The four films,...

Academic Advocacy educates students

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union held its Academic Advocacy Week last week, where it advertised opportunities for students to meet their professors...

So, you think you know how to cosplay?

Cosplaying is the art of dressing up as a character from a movie, TV show, anime, video game, or another source of entertainment. Given...

North building underway

North Building Phase 2 is still currently in development and expected to open on schedule in late August of 2018.UTM’s chief administrative officer, Paul...

Davis upgrade coming

The William G. Davis building is expected to undergo construction on the food court and main entrance later this term, to become a permanent...

Entrepreneurs Night hosts 14 guest speakers

The UTM Entrepreneur’s Club held its first Entrepreneurs Night last Thursday at Spigel Hall in Davis, featuring 14 special guests who shared their experiences...

Dear students, your vote does matter

Last Tuesday, in light of the ongoing UTMSU elections on campus, the Centre for Student Engagement invited Professor Justin Bumgardner from UTM’s political science...

Street food: fast, delicious—and healthy?

Life as a student can be like a complicated juggling act; where academics and social interaction become opposing entities that are constantly odds with...

Social media as a tool for protests, politics

On Wednesday February 15, another edition of the Feminist Lunch Hour took place, featuring guest speaker Dr. Victoria Tahmasebi, who is an assistant professor...

Living Library returns with new “books”

On February 16, the Human Living Library returned for a fifth year, featuring books such as Gurveer Bains (a U of T Ph.D. student),...

MSA pairs mentors with junior students

The Muslim Students’ Association started its first Declassified Survival Guide program last Thursday, which is a new program that offers a paired mentorship at...

Deconstructing hyper-masculinity

“Man up!” “Boys don’t cry!” and “Stop being so sensitive!” are among the many phrases you may hear when a man chooses to break...

UTMSU’s three-day Cultural Fest

Eighteen clubs actively participated in UTMSU’s Cultural Fest, held last week at the Student Centre, with different events being held throughout the three-day affair.According...

Syrians and students trade languages

Every Saturday, at the U of T St. George campus, workshops are organized by the Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations - Cultural Exchange and...

Five Days of Giving raises $600

UTM’s Undergraduate Commerce Society raised over $600 from their Five Days of Giving charity event last week.UTM Free the Children, UTM Residence Council, World...

On the edge of a horrifying discovery

Last week, Choose Humanity, a University of Toronto club, hosted a screening of The Bleeding Edge on campus. Directed by Leon Lee, The Bleeding...
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