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Post-campaign reflections

Dear Editor,I have been thinking a lot about the recent Student Union election, mostly because I set up some deliberate "tests" at the beginning...

Election results approved

An emergency meeting involving the UTMSU Board of Directors was held in the Boardroom of the Student Centre on March 31 in order to...

Galloway speaks at UTM

In a speech that was remarkable for its lack of controversial statements, George Galloway began by thanking Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney for bringing...

The Movement rolls on

Although results have not yet been made official, a ballot count on March 26 indicated a victory — by a substantial margin of approximately...

Tamer tamed

The Taming of the Tamer was considered revolutionary in its time for portraying a woman acting independently, although this may seem tame by modern...

Your student union: yes or no?

In the latest sign of student apathy at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), no one will stand against the ticket of UTM Movement...

Galloway to speak at UTM before ban

George Galloway, an elected member of the British House of Commons and an outspoken critic of the Iraq and Afghan wars, was banned from...

Accusations taint election

When Albert Delitala approached UTMSU President Wasah Malik about the possibility of support or endorsement, he had good reason to expect a positive response:...

By-law affects housing

Mississauga adopted proposed changes to the planning and development by-laws in the city last Wednesday, which means that UTM students will face increasing difficulty...

Best Sex Pub ever

The most highly anticipated event of the school year did not disappoint last Thursday, with over 500 students turning out to the sexuality-themed party...

The Medium's response to the SLSA

To Sachindri Wijekoon,President of the Sri Lankan Students AssociationLet me first thank you for taking the time to read my article, I always appreciate...

New city by-law to restrict student housing

On Wednesday March 11, the Mississauga City Council will vote on whether or not to accept a number of changes to zoning by-law 0225-2007,...

"No Clarkson power plant"

Almost 400 concerned citizens crowded into the Ontario Racquet Club on Tuesday March 3, to hear why the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) felt that...

Inside the UTSU Election

From Tuesday March 10 until Thursday March 12, students at the University of Toronto will be voting to elect a new student union, which will either be the "Change U of T" slate of candidates or the "Demand Access" ticket.Jason Marin from Change and Adam Awad from Demand Access discuss their reasons for running and what their tickets represent.

Reading week theft at Sheridan

Over the recent reading week break, over $3,500 worth of computer equipment was stolen from the Art and Art History departments office on Sheridan...

Citizens contesting planned power plant in Clarkson

In the latest turn in a long-running saga, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) along with Minister of Energy George Smitherman are meeting with local...

IAW: Islam in an Age of Reason

In a broad attempt to reach out to UTM students, the Muslim Students Association (MSA) explored the idea of faith and God within a...

Liberals save Harper government

In a contortion of fact that would make Stephen Harper proud, newly installed Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff insisted that despite supporting the budget released...

UTM Tamil Student Association protest conflict in Sri Lanka

Last Tuesday, in response to a worsening conflict in Sri Lanka where government forces captured the de facto capital of the breakaway Tamil government,...

York strike not over yet

On January 24, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty introduced back-towork legislation that would end the eleven-week strike at York University. After repeated calls by Conservative...

A new era?

It appears to be the dawn of a new age, with the hopes of humanity seemingly resting upon one man

Child Care Centre plagued by delays

The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) administration has announced that the planned Child Care Centre, which was initially supposed to be opened by January...

Xpression Against Oppression: Dr.Norman Finkelstein Speaks

Dr.Norman Finkelstein addressed over 500 people who came to hear him speak about solutions to the crisis between hamas and Israel. Dr.Finkelstein has been banned from Israel for ten years because of his views.

UTM students protest Gaza humanitarian crisis

In freezing temperatures last Saturday afternoon, nearly 15,000 protesters turned out to protest the on-going humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip. The mob of...

Mumbai vigil brings UTM together in mourning

Over 100 students gathered in a candle-light vigil to mourn the victims of the Mumbai attacks in November. The event was organized by the Hindu Council, Sikh Student and Muslim Student Associations, among others.

UTMSU Proxy-gate scandal

Over one hundred UTM students turned out for the UTMSU Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the South Building Council Chamber on November 26. The...

The decline of democracy in contemporary Canada

When faced with the simple reality that a lecture halls worth of voters for popular local Liberal MP Omar Alghabra would have saved him...

Post-campaign reflections

Dear Editor,I have been thinking a lot about the recent Student Union election, mostly because I set up some deliberate "tests" at the beginning...

Election results approved

An emergency meeting involving the UTMSU Board of Directors was held in the Boardroom of the Student Centre on March 31 in order to...

Galloway speaks at UTM

In a speech that was remarkable for its lack of controversial statements, George Galloway began by thanking Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney for bringing...

The Movement rolls on

Although results have not yet been made official, a ballot count on March 26 indicated a victory — by a substantial margin of approximately...

Tamer tamed

The Taming of the Tamer was considered revolutionary in its time for portraying a woman acting independently, although this may seem tame by modern...

Your student union: yes or no?

In the latest sign of student apathy at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), no one will stand against the ticket of UTM Movement...

Galloway to speak at UTM before ban

George Galloway, an elected member of the British House of Commons and an outspoken critic of the Iraq and Afghan wars, was banned from...

Accusations taint election

When Albert Delitala approached UTMSU President Wasah Malik about the possibility of support or endorsement, he had good reason to expect a positive response:...

By-law affects housing

Mississauga adopted proposed changes to the planning and development by-laws in the city last Wednesday, which means that UTM students will face increasing difficulty...

Best Sex Pub ever

The most highly anticipated event of the school year did not disappoint last Thursday, with over 500 students turning out to the sexuality-themed party...

The Medium's response to the SLSA

To Sachindri Wijekoon,President of the Sri Lankan Students AssociationLet me first thank you for taking the time to read my article, I always appreciate...

New city by-law to restrict student housing

On Wednesday March 11, the Mississauga City Council will vote on whether or not to accept a number of changes to zoning by-law 0225-2007,...

"No Clarkson power plant"

Almost 400 concerned citizens crowded into the Ontario Racquet Club on Tuesday March 3, to hear why the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) felt that...

Inside the UTSU Election

From Tuesday March 10 until Thursday March 12, students at the University of Toronto will be voting to elect a new student union, which will either be the "Change U of T" slate of candidates or the "Demand Access" ticket.Jason Marin from Change and Adam Awad from Demand Access discuss their reasons for running and what their tickets represent.

Reading week theft at Sheridan

Over the recent reading week break, over $3,500 worth of computer equipment was stolen from the Art and Art History departments office on Sheridan...

Citizens contesting planned power plant in Clarkson

In the latest turn in a long-running saga, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) along with Minister of Energy George Smitherman are meeting with local...

IAW: Islam in an Age of Reason

In a broad attempt to reach out to UTM students, the Muslim Students Association (MSA) explored the idea of faith and God within a...

Liberals save Harper government

In a contortion of fact that would make Stephen Harper proud, newly installed Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff insisted that despite supporting the budget released...

UTM Tamil Student Association protest conflict in Sri Lanka

Last Tuesday, in response to a worsening conflict in Sri Lanka where government forces captured the de facto capital of the breakaway Tamil government,...

York strike not over yet

On January 24, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty introduced back-towork legislation that would end the eleven-week strike at York University. After repeated calls by Conservative...

A new era?

It appears to be the dawn of a new age, with the hopes of humanity seemingly resting upon one man

Child Care Centre plagued by delays

The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) administration has announced that the planned Child Care Centre, which was initially supposed to be opened by January...

Xpression Against Oppression: Dr.Norman Finkelstein Speaks

Dr.Norman Finkelstein addressed over 500 people who came to hear him speak about solutions to the crisis between hamas and Israel. Dr.Finkelstein has been banned from Israel for ten years because of his views.

UTM students protest Gaza humanitarian crisis

In freezing temperatures last Saturday afternoon, nearly 15,000 protesters turned out to protest the on-going humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip. The mob of...

Mumbai vigil brings UTM together in mourning

Over 100 students gathered in a candle-light vigil to mourn the victims of the Mumbai attacks in November. The event was organized by the Hindu Council, Sikh Student and Muslim Student Associations, among others.

UTMSU Proxy-gate scandal

Over one hundred UTM students turned out for the UTMSU Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the South Building Council Chamber on November 26. The...

The decline of democracy in contemporary Canada

When faced with the simple reality that a lecture halls worth of voters for popular local Liberal MP Omar Alghabra would have saved him...
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