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A murderous good time

Last Monday marked the premiere of Siddharth Singh’s Blasphemy, UTM’s annual murder mystery play produced by the EDSS in conjunction with the Forensics Society. Once...

Contemplating life through tarot readings

Though tarot got its start in Renaissance Italy as a unique set of playing cards, today it is often used for divination and contemplation. In...

15 jobs? You’re an average millennial

“What am I going to do after university?” It is possibly the most daunting and nagging question sitting in every student’s mind. For some, contemplating...

Candidates debate student issues

More than half of the attendees at last Wednesday’s #UTMSPEAKS: Federal Elections Forum attended as undecided voters ahead of the October 19 national election. Hosted...

UTM student talent wraps up fall term

UTM’s Music Club held their second open mic night of the year last Tuesday. The event may have drawn more performers than audience members,...

Enhancing the musical experience

Deaf Jam, which took place in the Student Centre last Monday, was unlike any other event I have attended all year. Sitting in that...

Reducing stigma through humour

Burst Your Bubble collaborated with the Ministries of Equity and Student Life to host the Mental Health Comedy/Variety Night in the Blind Duck last...

UTM Connect sole slate for election

The UTMSU elections for spring 2013 are underway, with UTM Connect  running unopposed in pursuit of all available executive positions, with the exception of...

Munib Sajjad wins UTSU presidency

The unofficial 2013 spring election results show that Munib Sajjad and the rest of the candidates from Team Renew were elected to executive positions...

Celebrating Black History Month

On February 12, in connection with several other events celebrating Black History Month, Caribbean Connections held an open mic night in the Blind Duck...
video

UTSU’s Special General Meeting fails to reach quorum after UTM students...

UTSU’s Special General Meeting, held last Tuesday, was adjourned unexpectedly before attendees could vote on the controversial electoral reform. The meeting was a replacement...

UTM students leave abruptly, UTSU’s Special General Meeting forced to adjourn

UTSU’s Special General Meeting, the replacement meeting scheduled after the agenda was voted down at the Annual General Meeting in November, adjourned unexpectedly last...

Div 1 Blue edges out victory

The UTM Division 1 Blue men’s basketball team played against Woodsworth on Tuesday for the second week in a row. When the teams faced...

Homecourt advantage

The UTM men’s indoor soccer team took part in a tournament last week at the RAWC. This tournament also featured teams from Humber, Lakehead...

Referendum for Student Centre expansion passes

UTMSU released the unofficial results of the referendum they held on a levy increase to expand the Student Centre. According to Chief Returning Officer Babatumi...

Free the Children comes to UTM

UTMSU organized a Q&A session with a motivational speaker from Free the Children, a non-profit organization founded by Craig Kielburger in 1995. Maggie Aldrich shared...

Student union proposes fee increase

UTMSU has called a referendum for students to vote on whether they approve of a fee increase—beginning with a temporary increase of $75 per...
video

Activist reveals hardships in Gaza

Students Against Israeli Apartheid hosted independent British journalist, documentary maker, and human rights activist Harry Fear at U of T Mississauga as part of his...

Music, coffee, and a chance to relax

Students filed into the MiST Theatre on Wednesday for UTM’s first coffeehouse of the year. The coffeehouse provided an opportunity for UTM students to...

Randy Taylor speaks at Business Banquet

The Undergraduate Commerce Society and the Student Management Association held their fourth annual Business Banquet at Roma’s Hospitality Centre in Mississauga last Thursday. Ann Sandhu...

UCS gets pied for cancer research

The stage at the Blind Duck Pub got messy when students volunteered to get pied in the face for the Undergraduate Commerce Society’s annual...

Orphan Run launches new website

UTM’s student-run charity Orphan Run launched their new website with a celebration in the Student Centre last Tuesday night. People ate cake, gave their...

Maude Barlow speaks at UTM

Maude Barlow talked about the issue of global fresh water shortages and water privatization at a lecture at UTM last Saturday. Barlow was the keynote...

Learning outside lecture halls

Students packed the RAWC last Wednesday for the annual Get Experience Fair, an event to inform students about prospective career fields and opportunities. This year...
video

Students rally against high tuition

Canadian Federation of Students leads campaign to protest restrictions of tuition grant.

TAs negotiate new contract

University and TAs begin conciliation in hopes of avoiding a strike.

A murderous good time

Last Monday marked the premiere of Siddharth Singh’s Blasphemy, UTM’s annual murder mystery play produced by the EDSS in conjunction with the Forensics Society. Once...

Contemplating life through tarot readings

Though tarot got its start in Renaissance Italy as a unique set of playing cards, today it is often used for divination and contemplation. In...

15 jobs? You’re an average millennial

“What am I going to do after university?” It is possibly the most daunting and nagging question sitting in every student’s mind. For some, contemplating...

Candidates debate student issues

More than half of the attendees at last Wednesday’s #UTMSPEAKS: Federal Elections Forum attended as undecided voters ahead of the October 19 national election. Hosted...

UTM student talent wraps up fall term

UTM’s Music Club held their second open mic night of the year last Tuesday. The event may have drawn more performers than audience members,...

Enhancing the musical experience

Deaf Jam, which took place in the Student Centre last Monday, was unlike any other event I have attended all year. Sitting in that...

Reducing stigma through humour

Burst Your Bubble collaborated with the Ministries of Equity and Student Life to host the Mental Health Comedy/Variety Night in the Blind Duck last...

UTM Connect sole slate for election

The UTMSU elections for spring 2013 are underway, with UTM Connect  running unopposed in pursuit of all available executive positions, with the exception of...

Munib Sajjad wins UTSU presidency

The unofficial 2013 spring election results show that Munib Sajjad and the rest of the candidates from Team Renew were elected to executive positions...

Celebrating Black History Month

On February 12, in connection with several other events celebrating Black History Month, Caribbean Connections held an open mic night in the Blind Duck...
video

UTSU’s Special General Meeting fails to reach quorum after UTM students...

UTSU’s Special General Meeting, held last Tuesday, was adjourned unexpectedly before attendees could vote on the controversial electoral reform. The meeting was a replacement...

UTM students leave abruptly, UTSU’s Special General Meeting forced to adjourn

UTSU’s Special General Meeting, the replacement meeting scheduled after the agenda was voted down at the Annual General Meeting in November, adjourned unexpectedly last...

Div 1 Blue edges out victory

The UTM Division 1 Blue men’s basketball team played against Woodsworth on Tuesday for the second week in a row. When the teams faced...

Homecourt advantage

The UTM men’s indoor soccer team took part in a tournament last week at the RAWC. This tournament also featured teams from Humber, Lakehead...

Referendum for Student Centre expansion passes

UTMSU released the unofficial results of the referendum they held on a levy increase to expand the Student Centre. According to Chief Returning Officer Babatumi...

Free the Children comes to UTM

UTMSU organized a Q&A session with a motivational speaker from Free the Children, a non-profit organization founded by Craig Kielburger in 1995. Maggie Aldrich shared...

Student union proposes fee increase

UTMSU has called a referendum for students to vote on whether they approve of a fee increase—beginning with a temporary increase of $75 per...
video

Activist reveals hardships in Gaza

Students Against Israeli Apartheid hosted independent British journalist, documentary maker, and human rights activist Harry Fear at U of T Mississauga as part of his...

Music, coffee, and a chance to relax

Students filed into the MiST Theatre on Wednesday for UTM’s first coffeehouse of the year. The coffeehouse provided an opportunity for UTM students to...

Randy Taylor speaks at Business Banquet

The Undergraduate Commerce Society and the Student Management Association held their fourth annual Business Banquet at Roma’s Hospitality Centre in Mississauga last Thursday. Ann Sandhu...

UCS gets pied for cancer research

The stage at the Blind Duck Pub got messy when students volunteered to get pied in the face for the Undergraduate Commerce Society’s annual...

Orphan Run launches new website

UTM’s student-run charity Orphan Run launched their new website with a celebration in the Student Centre last Tuesday night. People ate cake, gave their...

Maude Barlow speaks at UTM

Maude Barlow talked about the issue of global fresh water shortages and water privatization at a lecture at UTM last Saturday. Barlow was the keynote...

Learning outside lecture halls

Students packed the RAWC last Wednesday for the annual Get Experience Fair, an event to inform students about prospective career fields and opportunities. This year...

TAs negotiate new contract

University and TAs begin conciliation in hopes of avoiding a strike.
video

Activist reveals hardships in Gaza

Students Against Israeli Apartheid hosted independent British journalist, documentary maker, and human rights activist Harry Fear at U of T Mississauga as part of his...
video

Students rally against high tuition

Canadian Federation of Students leads campaign to protest restrictions of tuition grant.

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