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It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...

Calling all native artists

#callresponse, the Blackwood Gallery’s newest exhibition, is a collaborative set of works that bring indigenous women together through culture and art. The works feature...

Improving your mind with brain games

Regularly playing a strategy game or solving a puzzle can be beneficial to the brain. It can improve memory, concentration, and critical thinking. It...

Campus Affairs approves recommendation for new science building

The Campus Affairs Committee meeting last week approved the recommendation for a new science building at UTM to be built behind the current William...

The benefits of seeds

Chia, hemp, and flax seeds are three superfoods that have really increased in popularity over the past couple of years. All three have an...

Should we care about notions of care?

Habits of Care, an exhibition hosted by The Blackwood Gallery, is one in a series of gallery exhibitions addressing cultural visibility and attitudes toward...

U of T ranks first in Canada

The University of Toronto was named the top Canadian university for the eighth year in a row, according to the latest Times Higher Education...

50 years of campus artistry

As described by principal Ulrich Krull, UTM Art 50, which took place this past Wednesday, was a “celebration of the arts on campus in...

Requirements for success in basketball

Nkosi Adams, the head coach for the 2017-18 UTM Varsity Eagles basketball program, knows a little something about basketball and how to make the...

MPs address Syrian refugee issues in Q&A

Last Thursday, the Young Liberals Club at UTM hosted several members of parliament representing the Liberal Party of Canada in a round-table Q&A session...

MSA’s Islam Awareness Week

The UTM Muslim Students’ Association, in conjunction with UTM’s Islamic Relief, brought their first-ever Continuing the Legacy conference last Friday as part of Islam...

Just another championship game

UTM Varsity men’s basketball program found themselves in the semifinals tilt against University of Toronto’s Woodsworth College. What seemed like a blowout victory for...

How do you want to be remembered?

When the ones we love pass away, there’s a void in our lives. But their stories don’t end when their life does. What if...

It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...

Calling all native artists

#callresponse, the Blackwood Gallery’s newest exhibition, is a collaborative set of works that bring indigenous women together through culture and art. The works feature...

Improving your mind with brain games

Regularly playing a strategy game or solving a puzzle can be beneficial to the brain. It can improve memory, concentration, and critical thinking. It...

Campus Affairs approves recommendation for new science building

The Campus Affairs Committee meeting last week approved the recommendation for a new science building at UTM to be built behind the current William...

The benefits of seeds

Chia, hemp, and flax seeds are three superfoods that have really increased in popularity over the past couple of years. All three have an...

Should we care about notions of care?

Habits of Care, an exhibition hosted by The Blackwood Gallery, is one in a series of gallery exhibitions addressing cultural visibility and attitudes toward...

U of T ranks first in Canada

The University of Toronto was named the top Canadian university for the eighth year in a row, according to the latest Times Higher Education...

50 years of campus artistry

As described by principal Ulrich Krull, UTM Art 50, which took place this past Wednesday, was a “celebration of the arts on campus in...

Requirements for success in basketball

Nkosi Adams, the head coach for the 2017-18 UTM Varsity Eagles basketball program, knows a little something about basketball and how to make the...

MPs address Syrian refugee issues in Q&A

Last Thursday, the Young Liberals Club at UTM hosted several members of parliament representing the Liberal Party of Canada in a round-table Q&A session...

MSA’s Islam Awareness Week

The UTM Muslim Students’ Association, in conjunction with UTM’s Islamic Relief, brought their first-ever Continuing the Legacy conference last Friday as part of Islam...

Just another championship game

UTM Varsity men’s basketball program found themselves in the semifinals tilt against University of Toronto’s Woodsworth College. What seemed like a blowout victory for...

How do you want to be remembered?

When the ones we love pass away, there’s a void in our lives. But their stories don’t end when their life does. What if...
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