Thursday, September 24, 2020

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Diwali brings out lights, festivities, dancing

On October 25, the Blind Duck Pub was filled with students dressed up and ready to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. The Hindu...

New program stirs dispute

The University of Toronto has distanced itself from a controversial program initiated at the Newman Centre (a Catholic Church at the St. George campus)...

Professor commits self-plagiarism

Stephen Matthews (the chair of the physiology department) and Dawn Owen and Marcus Andrews (two of his research colleagues in U of T’s faculty...

U of T among best employers

The University of Toronto was recently chosen as one of the top 100 employers of 2013 in an employment review by Mediacorp Canada Inc. Last...

Victory for the Maple Spring

The strife that had Québec students protesting on the streets for months, lately referred to as the “Maple Spring ”, has finally come to an end. With...

Québec students protest tuition hikes

As part of a series of protests, thousands of students took to the streets of downtown Montréal in the largest demonstration yet against the...

Pub offers non-halal

Due to a recent student complaint, the Blind Duck Pub now offers non-halal food options.

UTM student for Governing Council

Residence Council president hopes to be one of four students elected

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