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Theatre Erindale revives Frances Burney farce

Someone should have told the characters in The Witlings that “we have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as...

Canadian Intern Association invitee speaks in CCIT course

Tom Haxwell of the Canadian Intern Association visited UTM last Wednesday to speak with students about internships that take advantage of the intern after...

Rethinking safety on campus after dark

Recent well-publicized reports of at least two sexual assaults on female students at York University raise questions about the security of UTM’s students—a concern...

LGBTQ spirit infuses Queer Orientation

[email protected], UTM’s LGBTQ society, planned and hosted two events last week as the first of several Queer Orientation events. The first was Thursday night’s...

Student art finds an unexpected home

The third floor of the CCT Building, with its narrow corridors and squeaky floors, might be the second-last place you’d expect to see an...

“Human books” share their stories with students

On Wednesday, in collaboration with Hart House, UTM welcomed 14 “Human Books” to the IB Café to be loaned to students for 25-minute one-on-one...

A theatrical night with the UTM Drama Club

On Friday, the UTM Drama Club hosted a performance night, partnering for the first time with the Accessibility Committee on the theme of physical...

Pi’s journey to the silver screen

As one of many who’ve read and been captivated by Yann Martel’s 2001 novel Life of Pi, I was ecstatic when I saw the...

Looking to the past for inspiration

We like to possess a sense of self. We are constantly choosing aspects of the world with which to define ourselves and construct our...

Kaiser Chiefs—Start the Revolution Without Me

They took all the best aspects of their old guitar and drum hits and infused some new, if at times odd, electro-pop energy.
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