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Contributions

Song Exploder

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of your favourite songs? In the podcast Song Exploder, Hrishikesh Hirway, creator and...

Unravelling Bandersnatch

In late December 2018, Netflix released Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, a full-length interactive movie directed by David Slade, that is part of the Black Mirror...

Ghostbusters (1984)

Ghostbusters is a 1984 paranormal comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman. When Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), and Egon Spengler (Harold...

Wonka’s Chocolate Factory

You may have read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, you’ve probably seen the 2005 movie starring Johnny Depp, and now this...

Myths and Legends

If you like folklore and fairytales, you will love this podcast. Every week, Jason Weiser, the host of Myths and Legends, tells us a...

Booster Juice: the unhealthy ugly truth

Health has been on a rising trend within the contemporary market. Taking advantage of this atmosphere, many businesses have attempted to expand their net...

Jazz night with the Artistic Resource Team

On November 8, the Artistic Resource Team (ART) held a Jazz Night Coffee House. ART is a residence-based club that encourages artistic initiatives among...

The importance of cyberspace compassion

Fake Nerd Girl is a one-woman show written and performed by Chloe Payne. This performance was put on by Hart House Theatre and Information...

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins is a 1964 Disney musical fantasy film, directed by Robert Stevenson. Mr. George Banks (David Tomlinson) of 17 Cherry Tree Lane runs...

Nuit Blanche at the AGO

As part of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2018, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted an immersive exhibit called Ancient Forest Alliance by Jennifer Baichwal and...

Nuit Blanche: a sleepless night of art

Insomniacs and art admirers alike were called upon to attend the 13th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto, an all-night celebration of contemporary art. Consisting of...

Women in the director’s chair at TIFF

It is no secret that gender disparities exist in the film industry. However, the Toronto International Film Festival is taking initiative to close the...

Davis and North buildings still renovating

The new North building is still undergoing light renovations as the academic year begins. The six-storey facility features 29 classrooms and 500 new campus...

Campus Council passes fee increases

Campus Council approved fee increases to University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union and Association of Graduate Students. This final approval indicates that the increases...

What’s happening at Gander’s home?

After a sold out pre-Broadway run in Toronto in 2016 and seeing much success currently on Broadway, Come From Away has returned to Toronto...

The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly podcast is an episode-by-episode discussion of the eponymous hit TV show, The West Wing, hosted by Joshua Malina and Hrishikesh...

So, you think you know how to save?

According to a 2014 study conducted by Statistics Canada asking participants a series of questions about inflation, interest, and risk diversification, only 18 per...

Tweeting towards collective action

Last weekend, thousands of people around the United States and the world paraded through the streets for the 2018 Women’s March. When the first...

Newsies (1992)

Newsies (1992) was one of Disney’s biggest box office flops, but over the years, the film has become one of Disney’s biggest hits. From...

Academic Affairs approves curriculum changes

Curriculum changes for the humanities, social science, and science departments were approved during the Academic Affairs Committee meeting last Monday. The committee also discussed...

Why did Charley really shoot himself?

Crime, drama, gossip, affairs—what more could you possibly want in a play? Trinity College Drama Society put on a humorous production of Neil Simon’s...

Monstrosity is in the eyes of the beholder

On Tuesday, November 14, the English and Drama Student Society hosted a guest lecture with senior lecturer in the Department of English and Drama,...

Are students right to want to write?

Writing is difficult. It starts with the mind and a page, both blank and empty. Hosting a new set of visitors, eager to impart...

Workplace abuse in Mi Piace Lavorare

On Monday October 16th, approximately 150 people gathered in CC 1080 for the viewing of Mi Piace Lavorare (Mobbing), a 2004 Italian drama, starring...

Talk digital ways to me

This past Monday, the DEM Association hosted their first event of the year, the DEM Soirée. This event gave the opportunity for students to...

UTSU collaborating for transit pass

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is in the final stages of collecting data needed to move forward for the implementation of a transit...

Managing stress throughout the year

With classes starting up, our days will soon be filled with stress and anxiety. Learning how to manage both stress and time could really...

Macbeth (Shakespeare)

Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a tale of power, loyalty, and ambition. Set in Scotland in the Middle Ages, Macbeth demonstrates what people will do when...

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

As the semester winds down and the weather warms up, we’re all wishing we could be anywhere other than class. Ferris Bueller has similar...

An exciting time for co-ed volleyball

Last Thursday, the UTM Campus Rec Coed Intramural volleyball teams bumped, set, and spiked their way closer to earning a spot in the division...

New business minor for science students

A new minor in Business, Science, and Entrepreneurship will be offered to science students in September 2017, allowing them to combine another skillset of...

UTM embraces its rich cultural diversity

Last week, UTMSU hosted Cultural Fest, an extended event dedicated to UTM’s diversity. During the week, students were given the opportunity to display their...

English department seeks new professor

The Department of English and Drama has invited three potential candidates to be considered for the position of professor, specializing in Twentieth and Twenty-First...

Eagles defeat the UTSC Maroons

UTM Men’s Division 1 basketball team came out on top, beating the UTSC Maroons 67-60 on Monday, November 28 in the UTM main court....

Remembrance Day ceremony held at U of T

UTM staff and students gathered outside the Davis Building last Friday for the university’s annual Remembrance Day Ceremony.“This is an important aspect of what...

UTM’s Eagles will soon take flight

On October 19, UTM’s men’s varsity soccer team fought hard against the Sheridan Bruins. Although the game resulted in a 2-1 loss for UTM,...

A dirty dilemma

Since the start of classes this semester, the South Field has experienced some closures that left students wondering.The UTM community was informed by email...

New details surface on sexism

The Medium has learned more information on incidents of sexism within UTM’s English and drama department.As previously reported by The Medium, a presentation made...

New greenhouse on budget for over $3M

UTM’s newest facility will be a modern, research-based greenhouse budgeted for over $3 million and is expected to be completed by February or March.Located...

Song Exploder

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of your favourite songs? In the podcast Song Exploder, Hrishikesh Hirway, creator and...

Unravelling Bandersnatch

In late December 2018, Netflix released Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, a full-length interactive movie directed by David Slade, that is part of the Black Mirror...

Ghostbusters (1984)

Ghostbusters is a 1984 paranormal comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman. When Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), and Egon Spengler (Harold...

Wonka’s Chocolate Factory

You may have read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, you’ve probably seen the 2005 movie starring Johnny Depp, and now this...

Myths and Legends

If you like folklore and fairytales, you will love this podcast. Every week, Jason Weiser, the host of Myths and Legends, tells us a...

Jazz night with the Artistic Resource Team

On November 8, the Artistic Resource Team (ART) held a Jazz Night Coffee House. ART is a residence-based club that encourages artistic initiatives among...

The importance of cyberspace compassion

Fake Nerd Girl is a one-woman show written and performed by Chloe Payne. This performance was put on by Hart House Theatre and Information...

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins is a 1964 Disney musical fantasy film, directed by Robert Stevenson. Mr. George Banks (David Tomlinson) of 17 Cherry Tree Lane runs...

Nuit Blanche at the AGO

As part of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2018, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted an immersive exhibit called Ancient Forest Alliance by Jennifer Baichwal and...

Women in the director’s chair at TIFF

It is no secret that gender disparities exist in the film industry. However, the Toronto International Film Festival is taking initiative to close the...

What’s happening at Gander’s home?

After a sold out pre-Broadway run in Toronto in 2016 and seeing much success currently on Broadway, Come From Away has returned to Toronto...

The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly podcast is an episode-by-episode discussion of the eponymous hit TV show, The West Wing, hosted by Joshua Malina and Hrishikesh...

Tweeting towards collective action

Last weekend, thousands of people around the United States and the world paraded through the streets for the 2018 Women’s March. When the first...

Newsies (1992)

Newsies (1992) was one of Disney’s biggest box office flops, but over the years, the film has become one of Disney’s biggest hits. From...

Why did Charley really shoot himself?

Crime, drama, gossip, affairs—what more could you possibly want in a play? Trinity College Drama Society put on a humorous production of Neil Simon’s...

Monstrosity is in the eyes of the beholder

On Tuesday, November 14, the English and Drama Student Society hosted a guest lecture with senior lecturer in the Department of English and Drama,...

Workplace abuse in Mi Piace Lavorare

On Monday October 16th, approximately 150 people gathered in CC 1080 for the viewing of Mi Piace Lavorare (Mobbing), a 2004 Italian drama, starring...

Talk digital ways to me

This past Monday, the DEM Association hosted their first event of the year, the DEM Soirée. This event gave the opportunity for students to...

Macbeth (Shakespeare)

Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a tale of power, loyalty, and ambition. Set in Scotland in the Middle Ages, Macbeth demonstrates what people will do when...

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

As the semester winds down and the weather warms up, we’re all wishing we could be anywhere other than class. Ferris Bueller has similar...

Booster Juice: the unhealthy ugly truth

Health has been on a rising trend within the contemporary market. Taking advantage of this atmosphere, many businesses have attempted to expand their net...

Jazz night with the Artistic Resource Team

On November 8, the Artistic Resource Team (ART) held a Jazz Night Coffee House. ART is a residence-based club that encourages artistic initiatives among...

Nuit Blanche: a sleepless night of art

Insomniacs and art admirers alike were called upon to attend the 13th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto, an all-night celebration of contemporary art. Consisting of...

Davis and North buildings still renovating

The new North building is still undergoing light renovations as the academic year begins. The six-storey facility features 29 classrooms and 500 new campus...

Campus Council passes fee increases

Campus Council approved fee increases to University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union and Association of Graduate Students. This final approval indicates that the increases...

What’s happening at Gander’s home?

After a sold out pre-Broadway run in Toronto in 2016 and seeing much success currently on Broadway, Come From Away has returned to Toronto...

So, you think you know how to save?

According to a 2014 study conducted by Statistics Canada asking participants a series of questions about inflation, interest, and risk diversification, only 18 per...

Academic Affairs approves curriculum changes

Curriculum changes for the humanities, social science, and science departments were approved during the Academic Affairs Committee meeting last Monday. The committee also discussed...

Are students right to want to write?

Writing is difficult. It starts with the mind and a page, both blank and empty. Hosting a new set of visitors, eager to impart...

Workplace abuse in Mi Piace Lavorare

On Monday October 16th, approximately 150 people gathered in CC 1080 for the viewing of Mi Piace Lavorare (Mobbing), a 2004 Italian drama, starring...

UTSU collaborating for transit pass

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is in the final stages of collecting data needed to move forward for the implementation of a transit...

Managing stress throughout the year

With classes starting up, our days will soon be filled with stress and anxiety. Learning how to manage both stress and time could really...

An exciting time for co-ed volleyball

Last Thursday, the UTM Campus Rec Coed Intramural volleyball teams bumped, set, and spiked their way closer to earning a spot in the division...

New business minor for science students

A new minor in Business, Science, and Entrepreneurship will be offered to science students in September 2017, allowing them to combine another skillset of...

UTM embraces its rich cultural diversity

Last week, UTMSU hosted Cultural Fest, an extended event dedicated to UTM’s diversity. During the week, students were given the opportunity to display their...

English department seeks new professor

The Department of English and Drama has invited three potential candidates to be considered for the position of professor, specializing in Twentieth and Twenty-First...

Eagles defeat the UTSC Maroons

UTM Men’s Division 1 basketball team came out on top, beating the UTSC Maroons 67-60 on Monday, November 28 in the UTM main court....

Remembrance Day ceremony held at U of T

UTM staff and students gathered outside the Davis Building last Friday for the university’s annual Remembrance Day Ceremony.“This is an important aspect of what...

UTM’s Eagles will soon take flight

On October 19, UTM’s men’s varsity soccer team fought hard against the Sheridan Bruins. Although the game resulted in a 2-1 loss for UTM,...

A dirty dilemma

Since the start of classes this semester, the South Field has experienced some closures that left students wondering.The UTM community was informed by email...

New details surface on sexism

The Medium has learned more information on incidents of sexism within UTM’s English and drama department.As previously reported by The Medium, a presentation made...

New greenhouse on budget for over $3M

UTM’s newest facility will be a modern, research-based greenhouse budgeted for over $3 million and is expected to be completed by February or March.Located...
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