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Amid a pandemic, financial crisis, and more, UofT has to do...

As humans, we have an inherent ability to adapt and overcome when faced with adversity. In the last nine months, we’ve learned to wear...

I am (not) essential

The truth is, I’m not essential, and no one cares. The world pre-Covid-19 seems like a faint memory, tucked away in the deep recesses of...

Max’s Big Ride at Home

For the sixth consecutive year and despite the unforeseen conditions, Max’s Big Ride returns with its inspiring mission to raise awareness on Duchenne Muscular...

The innovation of underground music

Operating outside the margins of the ordinary has become increasingly popular in various aspects of society. This type of approach and manner of thinking has enabled...

Dr. Malti awarded for excellence in research

Dr. Tina Malti, a professor of psychology at UTM, is the recipient of the 2019 Research Excellence Award for her extensive research in developmental psychology and...

Wildlife burning in Australia fires

Australia has been engulfed by overwhelming natural forest fires. The fires are a threat to the wildlife, the flora, and the people of Australia. The current...

The legendary Professor Judith Poë

“They call me a legend,” says Judith C. Poë, a beloved professor of chemistry at UTM. Poë, who joined the UTM faculty in 1970, humbly...

Why I work out (and why you should too)

Let’s get our facts straight. I am not a fitness guru, or an Instagram model. I don’t chug protein powder for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and...

Could this protein improve memory?

Dr. Iva Zovkic is an assistant professor of psychology at UTM and an epigeneticist. Along with her team, she has pushed boundaries in the field of...

Sarah Girgis: Class of 2019 valedictorian

When Sarah Girgis entered her first year at the University of Toronto Mississauga, her only goal was to make the most of her time. Last year,...

Music and how it defines us

When someone asks me what defines me as a person, I always say music. Music and art are ingrained in my roots. My grandfather is a...

Amid a pandemic, financial crisis, and more, UofT has to do...

As humans, we have an inherent ability to adapt and overcome when faced with adversity. In the last nine months, we’ve learned to wear...

I am (not) essential

The truth is, I’m not essential, and no one cares. The world pre-Covid-19 seems like a faint memory, tucked away in the deep recesses of...

Max’s Big Ride at Home

For the sixth consecutive year and despite the unforeseen conditions, Max’s Big Ride returns with its inspiring mission to raise awareness on Duchenne Muscular...

The innovation of underground music

Operating outside the margins of the ordinary has become increasingly popular in various aspects of society. This type of approach and manner of thinking has enabled...

Dr. Malti awarded for excellence in research

Dr. Tina Malti, a professor of psychology at UTM, is the recipient of the 2019 Research Excellence Award for her extensive research in developmental psychology and...

Wildlife burning in Australia fires

Australia has been engulfed by overwhelming natural forest fires. The fires are a threat to the wildlife, the flora, and the people of Australia. The current...

The legendary Professor Judith Poë

“They call me a legend,” says Judith C. Poë, a beloved professor of chemistry at UTM. Poë, who joined the UTM faculty in 1970, humbly...

Why I work out (and why you should too)

Let’s get our facts straight. I am not a fitness guru, or an Instagram model. I don’t chug protein powder for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and...

Could this protein improve memory?

Dr. Iva Zovkic is an assistant professor of psychology at UTM and an epigeneticist. Along with her team, she has pushed boundaries in the field of...

Sarah Girgis: Class of 2019 valedictorian

When Sarah Girgis entered her first year at the University of Toronto Mississauga, her only goal was to make the most of her time. Last year,...

Music and how it defines us

When someone asks me what defines me as a person, I always say music. Music and art are ingrained in my roots. My grandfather is a...

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