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Alberto Becerra

Alberto Becerra

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  • Associate Photo Editor (2012/13)
  • Philosophy Specialist
In my third year at UTM. In virtue of being in philosophy, I thoroughly enjoy a good argument as well as responding to it. Although I like to think I'm a simple man, pretty much everything I get done becomes overly complicated. Photography has been something I've enjoyed since I first got my hands on a DSLR and since then I haven't looked back.

My personal hero is Frank Abagnale Junior.

Contributions

UTM Arts Festival draws a crowd

Perhaps the best thing about art is that we all do it. It’s something that binds us all together. “Wait,” you might say. “I’m...

UTM Green Team holds Green Daze

The UTM Green Team held its annual Green Daze last week on campus to promote environmental issues and initiatives on campus. During the week, the...

Where will you be living next year?

MARIA RUIZ For many people, the start of university symbolizes the beginning of a long-awaited independence—or at least a partial independence. That independence usually comes...

Tastebud testing: Piatto

One of our writer tested her tastebuds with some dishes she’d never tried before. Intrigued by the concept of an authentic Spanish-Italian fusion, she...

Div 1 Blue win shoving match and game

After having won a very intense game against rivals Woodsworth College last week, the UTM Division 1 Blue men’s basketball team played against UTSC...

Women’s volleyball defeated in straight sets

The UTM women’s volleyball team played against St. George on a quiet afternoon last Sunday. It was clear from the first serve of the first...

Men’s volleyball falters at home

The UTM men’s volleyball team went up against St. George Black in the second game last Sunday. This game was a very competitive match from...

Getting hot at the right time

The crowd slowly filed into the RAWC in anticipation of the game between the UTM men’s White Eagles and Scarborough. Both teams warmed up...

A night of poetry, music, and coffee

The UTM English and Drama Student Society held a coffeehouse filled with music, poetry, and laughter to warm students’ hearts on a chilly Friday...

AIDS awareness at UTM

On Thursday, red boas curled around the lights of the Blind Duck Pub for SEC, [email protected], and UTMAC’s 19th-century  Moulin Rouge burlesque-themed World AIDS...

Lighting the night against violence

UTM’s Student Housing and Residence Life held their annual Light the Night event in Roy Ivor Hall.  Students came together to raise awareness of...

Holding down the fort

UTMAC’s night of basketball started off at the pub on Wednesday with pregame festivities, including drinks, music, dancing, and giveaways. UTM’s mascot, the Eagle,...

Playing for bragging rights on the hardwood

UTMAC created great anticipation for this game, pitting UTM Division One Blue against UTM Division One White. Fans knew that the game was going...

Div One Eagles (White) beat U of T Law 73–62

After losing their last game by a score of 72–58 to U of T Law, UTM’s Division One (White) men’s team were looking to...

Illuminating the role of human anatomy in art

Braving the rain and gusting winds, students, faculty, and members of the community made the trek to UTM’s Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex last...

Liberal MP brings politics to UTM

Liberal MP John McCallum spoke with students about youth politics, education, the economy, and other issues at a UTM Young Liberals event last Tuesday...

UTM Arts Festival draws a crowd

Perhaps the best thing about art is that we all do it. It’s something that binds us all together. “Wait,” you might say. “I’m...

UTM Green Team holds Green Daze

The UTM Green Team held its annual Green Daze last week on campus to promote environmental issues and initiatives on campus. During the week, the...

Where will you be living next year?

MARIA RUIZ For many people, the start of university symbolizes the beginning of a long-awaited independence—or at least a partial independence. That independence usually comes...

Tastebud testing: Piatto

One of our writer tested her tastebuds with some dishes she’d never tried before. Intrigued by the concept of an authentic Spanish-Italian fusion, she...

Div 1 Blue win shoving match and game

After having won a very intense game against rivals Woodsworth College last week, the UTM Division 1 Blue men’s basketball team played against UTSC...

Women’s volleyball defeated in straight sets

The UTM women’s volleyball team played against St. George on a quiet afternoon last Sunday. It was clear from the first serve of the first...

Men’s volleyball falters at home

The UTM men’s volleyball team went up against St. George Black in the second game last Sunday. This game was a very competitive match from...

Getting hot at the right time

The crowd slowly filed into the RAWC in anticipation of the game between the UTM men’s White Eagles and Scarborough. Both teams warmed up...

A night of poetry, music, and coffee

The UTM English and Drama Student Society held a coffeehouse filled with music, poetry, and laughter to warm students’ hearts on a chilly Friday...

AIDS awareness at UTM

On Thursday, red boas curled around the lights of the Blind Duck Pub for SEC, [email protected], and UTMAC’s 19th-century  Moulin Rouge burlesque-themed World AIDS...

Lighting the night against violence

UTM’s Student Housing and Residence Life held their annual Light the Night event in Roy Ivor Hall.  Students came together to raise awareness of...

Holding down the fort

UTMAC’s night of basketball started off at the pub on Wednesday with pregame festivities, including drinks, music, dancing, and giveaways. UTM’s mascot, the Eagle,...

Playing for bragging rights on the hardwood

UTMAC created great anticipation for this game, pitting UTM Division One Blue against UTM Division One White. Fans knew that the game was going...

Div One Eagles (White) beat U of T Law 73–62

After losing their last game by a score of 72–58 to U of T Law, UTM’s Division One (White) men’s team were looking to...

Illuminating the role of human anatomy in art

Braving the rain and gusting winds, students, faculty, and members of the community made the trek to UTM’s Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex last...

Liberal MP brings politics to UTM

Liberal MP John McCallum spoke with students about youth politics, education, the economy, and other issues at a UTM Young Liberals event last Tuesday...

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