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    Writing & Photo Contest 2016 Runner-up — Poetry

    ghosts i cannot believe how many days i spent plucking petals off of flowers, trying to see if you loved me only to realize i was ripping something...

    Going too far with trigger warnings?

    Trigger warnings, often shortened to “TW”, warn viewers of implications or explicit mentions of traumatic incidents such as sexual assault, violence, self-mutilation, etc. These...

    UTM women learn the Wen-Do way

    There were flyers around campus and posts on social media saying, “Wen-Do is a program designed for women by women.”I walked into the Faculty...

    UTM runners awarded for fundraising efforts

    On October 4, UTM took part in the annual “CIBC Run for the Cure”. Students, professors (including the acting principal), and community members alike...

    Going digital with woes: the modern-day diary

    The ability to document every moment is a tool unique to the lives of millennials. While our parents may have written about their day...

    The freshman 15: fact or fiction?

    It’s an enormous step for most students. It’s a time for change and new experiences. The beginning of university brings with it many new...

    Campus Police expands its force

    UTM Campus Police are expanding their force, having already hired three new building patrollers  and proceeding to hire two special constables and three additional...

    Professor questions prostitution laws

    Seats filled up quickly last week at UTM’s final feminist lunch hour on Canada’s new prostitution laws.The lunch, presented jointly by the WGS department...

    Six personal new takes on mental health

    UTMental kicked off its second season in January with a new group of vloggers. The vlogs show UTM students discussing mental health issues in...

    Funny business happening at Ontario’s art gallery

    The “What’s So Funny?” exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario lacked many things, including art pieces. The AGO’s website claims to feature over...

    Writing & Photo Contest 2016 Runner-up — Poetry

    ghosts i cannot believe how many days i spent plucking petals off of flowers, trying to see if you loved me only to realize i was ripping something...

    Going too far with trigger warnings?

    Trigger warnings, often shortened to “TW”, warn viewers of implications or explicit mentions of traumatic incidents such as sexual assault, violence, self-mutilation, etc. These...

    UTM women learn the Wen-Do way

    There were flyers around campus and posts on social media saying, “Wen-Do is a program designed for women by women.”I walked into the Faculty...

    The freshman 15: fact or fiction?

    It’s an enormous step for most students. It’s a time for change and new experiences. The beginning of university brings with it many new...

    Campus Police expands its force

    UTM Campus Police are expanding their force, having already hired three new building patrollers  and proceeding to hire two special constables and three additional...

    Professor questions prostitution laws

    Seats filled up quickly last week at UTM’s final feminist lunch hour on Canada’s new prostitution laws.The lunch, presented jointly by the WGS department...

    Six personal new takes on mental health

    UTMental kicked off its second season in January with a new group of vloggers. The vlogs show UTM students discussing mental health issues in...

    Funny business happening at Ontario’s art gallery

    The “What’s So Funny?” exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario lacked many things, including art pieces. The AGO’s website claims to feature over...

    UTM runners awarded for fundraising efforts

    On October 4, UTM took part in the annual “CIBC Run for the Cure”. Students, professors (including the acting principal), and community members alike...

    Going digital with woes: the modern-day diary

    The ability to document every moment is a tool unique to the lives of millennials. While our parents may have written about their day...

    Professor questions prostitution laws

    Seats filled up quickly last week at UTM’s final feminist lunch hour on Canada’s new prostitution laws.The lunch, presented jointly by the WGS department...

    Funny business happening at Ontario’s art gallery

    The “What’s So Funny?” exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario lacked many things, including art pieces. The AGO’s website claims to feature over...
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