Monday, March 8, 2021

Ashley Vanderkoen

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    UTM establishes new measures against COVID

    Since the university’s sudden closure in March, the biggest question on students’ minds has been, “what can I expect this fall?” With new COVID-19...

    Advice for new students in a new age of learning

    With the fall semester beginning, a new wave of students will soon flood the school. If you are one of them, you probably have...
    Journal

    Finding optimism during pessimistic times

    Quarantine left me wondering what exactly optimism is and why it is something that we continue to desire. Is it a smokescreen created to...

    Clearing the mental “Fogg” and getting things done

    I’m a procrastinator. There, I said it. I have a hard time focusing on what needs to be done and find myself looking for...

    Self-reflection in You Look the Other Way

    The Blackwood Gallery has unveiled the first of two graduate exhibitions of the UTM and Sheridan Art and Art History 2019 class. You Look the Other Way...

    Does drawing improve your memory?

    For a university student, a heightened memory is a valuable skill to have since success in most courses is largely dependent on the student’s...

    UTM campus council discusses diversity

    Earlier this month, the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Campus Council held their first meeting. Council discussed the new deadline for the Davis renovations, the...

    Is breakfast the most important meal?

    The basics of nutrition are one of the fundamental ways of living. Sometimes, during periods of our youth, we tend to disregard our health...

    Visualizing environmental activism

    The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea aims to show detrimental effects on our environment through thirteen contemporary art installations, which will be spread...

    UTM establishes new measures against COVID

    Since the university’s sudden closure in March, the biggest question on students’ minds has been, “what can I expect this fall?” With new COVID-19...

    Advice for new students in a new age of learning

    With the fall semester beginning, a new wave of students will soon flood the school. If you are one of them, you probably have...
    Journal

    Finding optimism during pessimistic times

    Quarantine left me wondering what exactly optimism is and why it is something that we continue to desire. Is it a smokescreen created to...

    Clearing the mental “Fogg” and getting things done

    I’m a procrastinator. There, I said it. I have a hard time focusing on what needs to be done and find myself looking for...

    Self-reflection in You Look the Other Way

    The Blackwood Gallery has unveiled the first of two graduate exhibitions of the UTM and Sheridan Art and Art History 2019 class. You Look the Other Way...

    Does drawing improve your memory?

    For a university student, a heightened memory is a valuable skill to have since success in most courses is largely dependent on the student’s...

    UTM campus council discusses diversity

    Earlier this month, the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Campus Council held their first meeting. Council discussed the new deadline for the Davis renovations, the...

    Is breakfast the most important meal?

    The basics of nutrition are one of the fundamental ways of living. Sometimes, during periods of our youth, we tend to disregard our health...

    Visualizing environmental activism

    The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea aims to show detrimental effects on our environment through thirteen contemporary art installations, which will be spread...

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