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Graffiti in all-gendered bathrooms investigated

An on-going investigation is being conducted by the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Campus Police after homophobic comments were discovered on January 4th in the...

Wrapping up your first semester: a reflection

As many of us say goodbye to yet another semester and dread the upcoming exam time, the cubicles in the silent study spaces of...

College students file lawsuit

The class action lawsuit filed by Ontario college students against their respective colleges will continue, despite the Ontario government’s offer of reimbursement for tuition...

Gender and ideology in Arabic languages

Last Monday marked the third presentation in the Linguistics Brown Bag Speaker series, hosted by UTM’s Department of Language Studies. Students and faculty from...

The perks of Tai Chi

Tai Chi has its roots in the ancient Chinese disciple of qigong—a martial art originally practiced for its applicability of self-defense and health benefits....

College strike ends

The provincial wide college strike came to an end on Sunday, November 19th after the Ontario Liberal government passed Bill 178, “The Colleges of...

The Russian Revolution: 100 years later

The seventh of November marked the 100 anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, or the Great October Socialist Revolution. While the revolution itself can be...

Strike bargaining begins

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union and the College Employer Council resumed bargaining on November 2nd for the first time since the strike began...

Sheridan reading week to continue

All joint Sheridan programs with UTM, York, and Brock will not run during the break from October 23-27. Sheridan college moves forward with reading...

Graffiti in all-gendered bathrooms investigated

An on-going investigation is being conducted by the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Campus Police after homophobic comments were discovered on January 4th in the...

Wrapping up your first semester: a reflection

As many of us say goodbye to yet another semester and dread the upcoming exam time, the cubicles in the silent study spaces of...

College students file lawsuit

The class action lawsuit filed by Ontario college students against their respective colleges will continue, despite the Ontario government’s offer of reimbursement for tuition...

Gender and ideology in Arabic languages

Last Monday marked the third presentation in the Linguistics Brown Bag Speaker series, hosted by UTM’s Department of Language Studies. Students and faculty from...

The perks of Tai Chi

Tai Chi has its roots in the ancient Chinese disciple of qigong—a martial art originally practiced for its applicability of self-defense and health benefits....

College strike ends

The provincial wide college strike came to an end on Sunday, November 19th after the Ontario Liberal government passed Bill 178, “The Colleges of...

The Russian Revolution: 100 years later

The seventh of November marked the 100 anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, or the Great October Socialist Revolution. While the revolution itself can be...

Strike bargaining begins

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union and the College Employer Council resumed bargaining on November 2nd for the first time since the strike began...

Sheridan reading week to continue

All joint Sheridan programs with UTM, York, and Brock will not run during the break from October 23-27. Sheridan college moves forward with reading...
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