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Reacting to stress in the right way

Many of us can admit that we often get caught up with the stresses and anxieties associated with student life, so we simply don’t...

Mindfulness can improve performance

That moment in your workout, when you’re completely out of breath, can feel your heart pounding out of your chest, and your muscles about...

Motivating yourself to keep an active life

Professor Nathan Innocente has accrued many accomplishments during his time in academia, including the recent completion of his Ph.D. in sociology. However, few are...

Marathoning your way through exams

Soon enough, students will begin emerging from hibernation and congregating in libraries and study spaces to prepare for the most painful time of the...

Students shed light on global gender inequality

In celebration of International Women’s Day last Tuesday, UTM’s Because I Am a Girl Club held an awareness campaign throughout the week to inform...

Getting to know dietary differences

These days, it seems like there’s a new diet every time you open the fridge. And choosing one that fits your lifestyle, body type,...

A reminder to smokers

A new initiative is working to remind UTM students to stay nine metres away from doorways when smoking near the entrances of buildings on...

Body language changes who you are

Feeling nervous before a big game, public presentation, or interview? Take a few minutes and try Captain Morgan to ease that tension and summon...

In pursuit of the aesthetic ideal

There are three things I don’t trust in this world: the 110 bus schedule, oatmeal cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies, and Nicki...

More students using CCR

U of T’s co-curricular record has experienced an increase in students and campus groups using the program since it launched in September 2013.The CCR...

Advice from behind the glass

If your heart is pounding and your palms are sweaty, odds are that you’re either on a first date or standing before a U.S....

The science behind healthy active living

If your only physical activity is running through the six with your woes, or the only marathon you’ve ever finished involves a Netflix account,...

Cooking up some fun

If the only thing you can make for dinner is reservations, then the monthly kitchen workshops hosted by UTM Dining Services are something you...

Rhythmic workout or cultural red flag?

“Who’s that sweaty-haired, armpit-stained, make-up-melting mess?” I wondered as I stared into the floor-length mirror reflection of myself. It was at that moment I...

New numbers shed light on job prospects

Findings presented to the Academic Affairs Committee last Wednesday have shed new light on job prospects facing recent UTM graduates, with more than half...

After Paris attacks, “Where do we go?”

Following the terrorist attacks in Paris earlier this month, the Political Science and Pre-law Association collaborated with the political science department to ask, “Where...

Matching your passion with causes

At 12 years old, I pleaded with my parents to let me have a cell phone. It was imperative that I owned one—as a...

UTM remembers with a moment of silence

Faculty, students, and members of the community came together on the steps of Davis to pay their respects during Wednesday’s Remembrance Day ceremony.“We live...

Reacting to stress in the right way

Many of us can admit that we often get caught up with the stresses and anxieties associated with student life, so we simply don’t...

Mindfulness can improve performance

That moment in your workout, when you’re completely out of breath, can feel your heart pounding out of your chest, and your muscles about...

Motivating yourself to keep an active life

Professor Nathan Innocente has accrued many accomplishments during his time in academia, including the recent completion of his Ph.D. in sociology. However, few are...

Marathoning your way through exams

Soon enough, students will begin emerging from hibernation and congregating in libraries and study spaces to prepare for the most painful time of the...

Students shed light on global gender inequality

In celebration of International Women’s Day last Tuesday, UTM’s Because I Am a Girl Club held an awareness campaign throughout the week to inform...

Getting to know dietary differences

These days, it seems like there’s a new diet every time you open the fridge. And choosing one that fits your lifestyle, body type,...

A reminder to smokers

A new initiative is working to remind UTM students to stay nine metres away from doorways when smoking near the entrances of buildings on...

Body language changes who you are

Feeling nervous before a big game, public presentation, or interview? Take a few minutes and try Captain Morgan to ease that tension and summon...

In pursuit of the aesthetic ideal

There are three things I don’t trust in this world: the 110 bus schedule, oatmeal cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies, and Nicki...

More students using CCR

U of T’s co-curricular record has experienced an increase in students and campus groups using the program since it launched in September 2013.The CCR...

Advice from behind the glass

If your heart is pounding and your palms are sweaty, odds are that you’re either on a first date or standing before a U.S....

The science behind healthy active living

If your only physical activity is running through the six with your woes, or the only marathon you’ve ever finished involves a Netflix account,...

Cooking up some fun

If the only thing you can make for dinner is reservations, then the monthly kitchen workshops hosted by UTM Dining Services are something you...

Rhythmic workout or cultural red flag?

“Who’s that sweaty-haired, armpit-stained, make-up-melting mess?” I wondered as I stared into the floor-length mirror reflection of myself. It was at that moment I...

New numbers shed light on job prospects

Findings presented to the Academic Affairs Committee last Wednesday have shed new light on job prospects facing recent UTM graduates, with more than half...

After Paris attacks, “Where do we go?”

Following the terrorist attacks in Paris earlier this month, the Political Science and Pre-law Association collaborated with the political science department to ask, “Where...

Matching your passion with causes

At 12 years old, I pleaded with my parents to let me have a cell phone. It was imperative that I owned one—as a...

UTM remembers with a moment of silence

Faculty, students, and members of the community came together on the steps of Davis to pay their respects during Wednesday’s Remembrance Day ceremony.“We live...
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