Alain Latour

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Parting Shot

I was flattered when Luke Sawczak, the Medium’s current EIC, asked whether I wanted to write for this year’s Medium Magazine. I did co-found Medium...

Deer slaughtered on Five Minute Walk

Note from the Editor: in keeping with tradition, the issue closest to April 1  features at least one article meant as an April's Fools...

A sales pitch

Like many of you, I’m graduating in  June. This is therefore the last editorial I’ll ever write for The Medium. Knowing this, I’m tempted...

Emergencies on campus

Last Thursday, UTM students received an email with instructions on how to download a software program that will automatically send emergency alerts to their...

More voices

The results are in: the Yellow team won the UTMSU election. In a meeting that took place Monday afternoon, Vickita Bhatt, presidential candidate for this...

Voting does make a difference

Voting will take place this week at UTM. Not many students tend to bother with elections—in a campus that counts around 11,000 students, only...

UTM student dominates Canadian finance

Matt Goulart is a UTM student. He has yet to graduate, but he has already become a successful entrepreneur and has been featured in The...

Is food at UTM really that bad?

“How much did you say that was?” I ask the teller.He repeats the amount—ten dollars and change. I stare at my tray. It only...

Turning a blind eye?

Reading the statements, if they can be so called, by Salman Hossain, the former UTM student and Islamic extremist who in 2008 called for...

An unfashionable cause

The death last week of Cuban political prisoner Orlando Zapata Tamayo saddened me for many reasons. First, it saddened me because a brave, honest...

Gazing out the window

Calle Colón was dark and dead under the moon, except for the trees alongside it that whispered to him, and the air that made...

Politics is always the same

I always thought university campuses are a reflection of the country they are in. Take UTM. Like Canada, it has a small, yet diverse...
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