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Major changes to student services

Last month, the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Quality Service to Students (QSS) committee made various changes to services offered to students by...

CUPE bargaining with U of T

Negotiations between Units 1 and 3 of local labour union CUPE 3902 and the University of Toronto are ongoing, according to CUPE 3902’s newly...

Sugar and salt: effects

With midterms wrapping up and finals on the horizon, sugary and salty snacks have found their way into the diets of more than a...

Equity Centre not open

The opening of an Equity Centre at the University of Toronto Mississauga has been a long-term goal for the UTMSU’s vice-president equity and was...

Regular versus diet pop: which is better?

Whether you’re at a restaurant, a vending machine, or looking through your fridge, you may have found yourself stumped between making the decision of...

U of T to institute mental health leave

The University of Toronto is undergoing consultations for a new university-mandated leave of absence policy that will allow the administration to recommend students struggling...

Cracking the shell on nut-filled facts

Nuts are among the most healthy foods out there. Not only are they rich in antioxidants, proteins, fibre, vitamins, minerals, and unsaturated fats, but...

CFS withholds forensic report

After receiving criticism for withholding the report, the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) claims no legal obligation to release the full forensic review of...

Fats and oils: the good versus the bad

Our bodies run on energy. Everything from a work out at the RAWC to a study session requires energy. Fat, carbohydrates, and protein are...

A year in review: UTMSU’s platform

Last year, Unite UTM was elected in what was considered historic UTMSU elections with four teams and two independents. One of the victorious slate’s...

SMA to host Finance Cup

On Sunday March 19, the Student Management Association will hold the first ever UTM Finance Cup. Tailored towards the finance realm of business, participants...

Campus Council passes student services fee increase

The Campus Council convened last Thursday and voted to raise the Student Services Fee, which was debated on during the last Campus Affairs Committee’s...

Chef Corbin brings in meals on wheels

When you think of food truck cuisine, what comes to mind? Maybe your thoughts drift to images of mouth-watering hotdogs loaded with your favourite...

Sipping tea, talking taboo

Every week, in Davis’ Spigel Hall, the UTM Muslim Student Association hosts Communitea discussions, where taboo conversations are discussed among other important issues. While...

Effect of Trump’s victory on Canada

An opinion article  by Steven Zhou for CBC on January 15 titled, “Canadian campuses see an alarming rise in right-wing populism,” stated that in...

UTM increases accessibility

Last Monday, the Academic Affairs Committee meeting presented UTM’s guidelines and existing policies in regards to accessibility and accommodations.Andrea Carter, the assistant dean of...

Equity Centre coming

In collaboration with the UTM Women’s Centre, [email protected], and student clubs, UTMSU will be launching an Equity Service Centre to offer office spaces for...

Forensic engineering on its way

A new forensic engineering course and certificate will be offered for the first time in Canada to U of T undergraduate students beginning in...

The face behind the popular SOC100

Have you or your friends taken SOC100? How many of them are pursuing a major or minor in sociology? Until I mentioned it to...

How colourful is the Toronto Pride Parade?

Every year, on the first weekend of July, Yonge Street closes for the annual Toronto Pride Parade celebrations. Now, before you continue reading this...

How do you get sponsors for your club?

Do you have the desire to create a group or initiative that is going to feed into a passion or cause outside of school,...

Falling in love with the Earth and its bees

With winter fast approaching, now comes the time to reflect on the year gone by and prepare for 2017. Although most institutions find themselves...

GCSC returns in 2017

The Great Canadian Sales Competition will hold its third annual competition in 2017 in over 80 campuses in Canada. U of T’s GCSC ambassador, Mohammad...

Representing diversity

Culture Day, held at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga last Saturday, was an event of immense interest. The family-friendly event offered a selection...

Major changes to student services

Last month, the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Quality Service to Students (QSS) committee made various changes to services offered to students by...

CUPE bargaining with U of T

Negotiations between Units 1 and 3 of local labour union CUPE 3902 and the University of Toronto are ongoing, according to CUPE 3902’s newly...

Sugar and salt: effects

With midterms wrapping up and finals on the horizon, sugary and salty snacks have found their way into the diets of more than a...

Equity Centre not open

The opening of an Equity Centre at the University of Toronto Mississauga has been a long-term goal for the UTMSU’s vice-president equity and was...

Regular versus diet pop: which is better?

Whether you’re at a restaurant, a vending machine, or looking through your fridge, you may have found yourself stumped between making the decision of...

U of T to institute mental health leave

The University of Toronto is undergoing consultations for a new university-mandated leave of absence policy that will allow the administration to recommend students struggling...

Cracking the shell on nut-filled facts

Nuts are among the most healthy foods out there. Not only are they rich in antioxidants, proteins, fibre, vitamins, minerals, and unsaturated fats, but...

CFS withholds forensic report

After receiving criticism for withholding the report, the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) claims no legal obligation to release the full forensic review of...

Fats and oils: the good versus the bad

Our bodies run on energy. Everything from a work out at the RAWC to a study session requires energy. Fat, carbohydrates, and protein are...

A year in review: UTMSU’s platform

Last year, Unite UTM was elected in what was considered historic UTMSU elections with four teams and two independents. One of the victorious slate’s...

SMA to host Finance Cup

On Sunday March 19, the Student Management Association will hold the first ever UTM Finance Cup. Tailored towards the finance realm of business, participants...

Campus Council passes student services fee increase

The Campus Council convened last Thursday and voted to raise the Student Services Fee, which was debated on during the last Campus Affairs Committee’s...

Chef Corbin brings in meals on wheels

When you think of food truck cuisine, what comes to mind? Maybe your thoughts drift to images of mouth-watering hotdogs loaded with your favourite...

Sipping tea, talking taboo

Every week, in Davis’ Spigel Hall, the UTM Muslim Student Association hosts Communitea discussions, where taboo conversations are discussed among other important issues. While...

Effect of Trump’s victory on Canada

An opinion article  by Steven Zhou for CBC on January 15 titled, “Canadian campuses see an alarming rise in right-wing populism,” stated that in...

UTM increases accessibility

Last Monday, the Academic Affairs Committee meeting presented UTM’s guidelines and existing policies in regards to accessibility and accommodations.Andrea Carter, the assistant dean of...

Equity Centre coming

In collaboration with the UTM Women’s Centre, [email protected], and student clubs, UTMSU will be launching an Equity Service Centre to offer office spaces for...

Forensic engineering on its way

A new forensic engineering course and certificate will be offered for the first time in Canada to U of T undergraduate students beginning in...

The face behind the popular SOC100

Have you or your friends taken SOC100? How many of them are pursuing a major or minor in sociology? Until I mentioned it to...

How colourful is the Toronto Pride Parade?

Every year, on the first weekend of July, Yonge Street closes for the annual Toronto Pride Parade celebrations. Now, before you continue reading this...

How do you get sponsors for your club?

Do you have the desire to create a group or initiative that is going to feed into a passion or cause outside of school,...

Falling in love with the Earth and its bees

With winter fast approaching, now comes the time to reflect on the year gone by and prepare for 2017. Although most institutions find themselves...

GCSC returns in 2017

The Great Canadian Sales Competition will hold its third annual competition in 2017 in over 80 campuses in Canada. U of T’s GCSC ambassador, Mohammad...

Representing diversity

Culture Day, held at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga last Saturday, was an event of immense interest. The family-friendly event offered a selection...
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