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    What is Kwanzaa and who celebrates it?

    Seven candles stand on top of a Kinara, the Kwanzaa wooden candle holder. From December 26 to January 2, one candle will be lit...

    The true price of the holiday season

    For an economist, Christmas spending can be represented on a line graph. The graph is jagged, like a Christmas tree, but always has a...

    Footwear evidence and 3D laser scanning

    Imprinted in sand, moulded in dirt, or stamped on the floor—footprints discovered at crime scenes can provide evidence for forensics teams who play a...

    UTM’s popular vocal dataset

    “Are you familiar with TSpace?” asks Dr. Kathy Pichora-Fuller, professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. TSpace is the University of Toronto’s institutional...

    Meet Schulich Leader Aidan Britnell

    Most students begin their first year of university with orientation, Frosh week, and maybe a new computer. Aidan Britnell, a first-year UTM undergraduate student,...

    The gender gap in Canadian politics

    In light of the 2019 Canadian federal election this October, CBC News conducted a survey profiling the disparities that exist between men and women...

    Can Star Wars be seen as a “religion”?

    Professor Ken Derry sits in a bright room on the fourth floor of UTM’s New North Building. His office—a new spot he recently...

    Fusing our technology in the future

    On Tuesday October 2nd, UTM’s Experiential Education Unit held their second “Lecture Me!” event of the year at the Mississauga Central Library. The event...

    Keep your wallet & your stomach happy

    Inspired by Suresh Doss’ recent article that featured his top picks for delicious and affordable food located around UTM, The Medium contributors have gathered...

    Big sister Carrie is always watching us

    People have always had a fascination with the lives of the rich—it’s what keeps reality T.V. shows popular. When you see the paintings of...

    What is Kwanzaa and who celebrates it?

    Seven candles stand on top of a Kinara, the Kwanzaa wooden candle holder. From December 26 to January 2, one candle will be lit...

    The true price of the holiday season

    For an economist, Christmas spending can be represented on a line graph. The graph is jagged, like a Christmas tree, but always has a...

    Footwear evidence and 3D laser scanning

    Imprinted in sand, moulded in dirt, or stamped on the floor—footprints discovered at crime scenes can provide evidence for forensics teams who play a...

    UTM’s popular vocal dataset

    “Are you familiar with TSpace?” asks Dr. Kathy Pichora-Fuller, professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. TSpace is the University of Toronto’s institutional...

    Meet Schulich Leader Aidan Britnell

    Most students begin their first year of university with orientation, Frosh week, and maybe a new computer. Aidan Britnell, a first-year UTM undergraduate student,...

    The gender gap in Canadian politics

    In light of the 2019 Canadian federal election this October, CBC News conducted a survey profiling the disparities that exist between men and women...

    Can Star Wars be seen as a “religion”?

    Professor Ken Derry sits in a bright room on the fourth floor of UTM’s New North Building. His office—a new spot he recently...

    Fusing our technology in the future

    On Tuesday October 2nd, UTM’s Experiential Education Unit held their second “Lecture Me!” event of the year at the Mississauga Central Library. The event...

    Keep your wallet & your stomach happy

    Inspired by Suresh Doss’ recent article that featured his top picks for delicious and affordable food located around UTM, The Medium contributors have gathered...

    Big sister Carrie is always watching us

    People have always had a fascination with the lives of the rich—it’s what keeps reality T.V. shows popular. When you see the paintings of...
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