Farah Qaiser

Farah Qaiser
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A glimpse into the Class of 2019

Meet the Class of 2019—a group of about 3,808 students within the approximately 13,700 undergraduate students here at UTM. While that number may seem...

Pavlova

For this week’s Blackboard Special, Andrew Sedmihradsky, the global mobility coordinator at UTM’s International Education Centre, has shared his wife’s recipe for a classic...

UTM father, son bike to raise $55,000

This summer, UTM’s Andrew Sedmihradsky and his four-year-old son Max, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, pedalled 600 km from Ottawa to Hamilton, across the...

Chicken Fried Rice

To kick off this year’s column, I’ll start by sharing my own beloved recipe.Now, I’ll be very honest with you all: I can’t actually...

Trouble coming to be

Starting a club is no mean feat, a fact the UTM Scribes learned this year. The idea for the club, originally known as the...

Students to vote on legal service fees

UTSU is asking students to vote on fee increases for Downtown Legal Services, one of the U of T service groups available to students.UTM...

Father, son to bike 600 km for the cure

Max, the four-year-old son of UTM’s Andrew Sedmihradsky and a sufferer of Duchenne muscular dystrophy, will bike 600 kilometres from Ottawa to Hamilton this...

ROSI reborn as ACORN

ROSI is expected to be replaced by the new “ACORN” system as early as this spring.ACORN (Accessible Campus Online Resource Network) has completed its...

Got a club for that?

There are over 100 recognized clubs at UTM, but some of us still find no place for our interests. Personally, I’d love to see...

Let me pick you up

It’s a daily struggle. I suppose many of us can imagine our wallets emptying as we pay for gas, insurance, and parking, or feel...

Blazing the university trail

The annual Trailblazers: New Perspectives tri-campus conference for first-generation students took place on February 28 at St. George.Twenty-three UTM students attended the conference, which...

Research alongside your professors

“Get involved—participate!”As a first-year student, these three words seem to follow me wherever I go at UTM.I’ve managed to hear that statement countless times...
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