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Your sexts are permanent, and other horrifying thoughts

The adage of “Everything posted online stays there forever,” a once comforting thought, has now become a horrifying technological dystopian reality that many people...

Students get sexual violence survey

The University of Toronto’s full-time undergraduate and graduate students received a mass email on February 26 asking them to complete a survey on sexual...

#LetsTalk about mental health inequalities

Two days before Bell’s annual Let’s Talk day, The Medium sat down with professor Melissa Milkie from the Department of Sociology at UTM. Milkie...

The era of “crazy women”

On February 3, The New York Times published an op-ed tell-all of the abuse Uma Thurman had to endure from Harvey Weinstein and Quentin...

The highs and lows of the wage debate

On January 1, 2018, the provincial government of Ontario, headed by the Liberal Party of Canada, increased the minimum wage by 21 per cent;...

CUPE sets strike deadline

Unit 1 of CUPE3902 has set a strike deadline on February 26th for the University of Toronto’s administration. CUPE 3902 Unit 1 had a meeting...

How to host a minimal clothing swap

During the winter break, many of us tried to use our time wisely by decluttering and organizing our closets. Ending up with a pile...

The truth is stranger than fiction

Last week, I had the pleasure of reading a response from Russell Wu. Despite his focus on ad-hominem attacks on my character rather than...

What does Peterson have against humanities?

I’m as tired of seeing Jordan Peterson’s name plastered everywhere as much as the next person According to the U of T website, Peterson is...

Exploring the world of pick up artistry

The Pick Up Artist is an exhibition by Jennifer Lawint, featured at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. The exhibition has an investigative nature: it...

Is the media too “white”?

The media is largely “white.” Instances, such as this year’s #OscarsSoWhite backlash, and the news of Trump’s win gaining the presence of alt-right groups...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

University students often feel frustrated trying to remain sane under the burgeoning stress of academia. As we try to balance school, work, extracurricular activities,...

Your sexts are permanent, and other horrifying thoughts

The adage of “Everything posted online stays there forever,” a once comforting thought, has now become a horrifying technological dystopian reality that many people...

Students get sexual violence survey

The University of Toronto’s full-time undergraduate and graduate students received a mass email on February 26 asking them to complete a survey on sexual...

#LetsTalk about mental health inequalities

Two days before Bell’s annual Let’s Talk day, The Medium sat down with professor Melissa Milkie from the Department of Sociology at UTM. Milkie...

The era of “crazy women”

On February 3, The New York Times published an op-ed tell-all of the abuse Uma Thurman had to endure from Harvey Weinstein and Quentin...

The highs and lows of the wage debate

On January 1, 2018, the provincial government of Ontario, headed by the Liberal Party of Canada, increased the minimum wage by 21 per cent;...

CUPE sets strike deadline

Unit 1 of CUPE3902 has set a strike deadline on February 26th for the University of Toronto’s administration. CUPE 3902 Unit 1 had a meeting...

How to host a minimal clothing swap

During the winter break, many of us tried to use our time wisely by decluttering and organizing our closets. Ending up with a pile...

The truth is stranger than fiction

Last week, I had the pleasure of reading a response from Russell Wu. Despite his focus on ad-hominem attacks on my character rather than...

What does Peterson have against humanities?

I’m as tired of seeing Jordan Peterson’s name plastered everywhere as much as the next person According to the U of T website, Peterson is...

Exploring the world of pick up artistry

The Pick Up Artist is an exhibition by Jennifer Lawint, featured at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. The exhibition has an investigative nature: it...

Is the media too “white”?

The media is largely “white.” Instances, such as this year’s #OscarsSoWhite backlash, and the news of Trump’s win gaining the presence of alt-right groups...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

University students often feel frustrated trying to remain sane under the burgeoning stress of academia. As we try to balance school, work, extracurricular activities,...
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