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Swastika signs in Davis elevator

Two swastika signs in the Davis freight elevator were removed by UTM’s Campus Police after being reported on March 10 by a university staff...

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...

Division II and III compete

Along with the UTMSU Spring elections for the 2017-2018 executives, the board elections for Division II and Division III are also taking place. The...

UTSU exec criticizes union’s practices

On February 23, UTSU’s vice-president of university affairs Cassandra Williams released a statement on Facebook alleging that the union’s board meeting on February 9...

MSA pairs mentors with junior students

The Muslim Students’ Association started its first Declassified Survival Guide program last Thursday, which is a new program that offers a paired mentorship at...

UTSU execs release CFS counterstatement

Three UTSU executives and one UTMSU representative: UTSU’s VP university affairs, Cassandra Williams; VP equity, Farah Noori; VP campus life, Shahin Imtiaz; and UTMSU...

U of T ranked poorly for Jewish community

The University of Toronto was ranked third on a list of the 40 worst colleges for Jewish students, alongside McGill University placing fourth, and...

New dispatch system for campus police

UTM’s campus police have implemented a new central dispatch system that guarantees an immediate response by routing the calls through the St. George campus...

U of T student unions get “F” grade

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom, an organization based in Alberta, has released a report giving UTSU and UTMSU grades of F in terms...

Town hall cancelled

UTSU’s second town hall event scheduled last Friday for anti-Blackness has been cancelled, following a low turnout in its first town hall on November...

Wen-Do recognized on CCR

The Wen-Do self-defence course for women became recognized this year on the Co-Curricular Record.The Wen-Do program is a 15-hour program that operates from October...

United Way aims to raise $69,000

Last Tuesday, United Way began their 2016 campaign at UTM with a plant sale and a BBQ, raising a total of $1,186 to help...

Maintenance in CCT

UTM has been experiencing elevator disruptions in several buildings over the past few weeks, including CCT and Davis.Elevator four in the Davis building has...

What makes Islamic finance different?

Last Thursday, UTM’s Li Koon Chun Finance Learning Centre invited Rehan Khan, a Liaison Officer with the Islamic Finance Advisory Board, to introduce students...

Keeping traditions alive at Storyboot

Starting September 11, Indigenous youth between the ages of 12 and 25 are encouraged to sign up for Storyboot Schools, where they will be...

UTMSU and QSS prepare to meet

UTMSU and the Quality Services to Students committee plan to hold a meeting one year after UTMSU refused to meet with them.The QSS committee...

UTMSU hires new executive director

Walied Khogali, UTMSU’s executive director and Nausheen Adam, UTMSU’s services manager, have officially resigned from their roles.Khogali served as UTMSU’s executive director since August...

Students donate for Nate

Lifeline: UTM Blood and Stem Cell Society saw an increased number of students registering to become stem cell donors in support of their annual...

Students “Buy Black”

UTM students and groups are celebrating Black History Month with activities currently underway.Multiple student groups collaborated to plan and host Black History Month events....

Ringing in the Year of the Monkey

Over 150 students took part in Chinese New Year festivities, including dumpling-making and traditional paper cutting in celebration of the Year of the Monkey,...

MSA and Tarboosh unite to sponsor a family

As Canada welcomed its first 10,000 refugees from Syria on January 13, UTM’s MSA will soon also welcome its first sponsored Syrian refugee family.Last...

Gertler decision pending

The U of T community is awaiting U of T president Meric Gertler’s potentially historic decision to act on calls for the university to...

Sandwiches to sponsor Syrian family

With the current global refugee crisis and estimates of up to 3 million Syrians leaving their homes due to the unrest, UTM’s Muslim Students...

Orientation Weeks abound at UTM

First-year students had several options when choosing where to celebrate their first week at UTM this year.Aside from UTMSU’s annual frosh week, campus groups...

Swastika signs in Davis elevator

Two swastika signs in the Davis freight elevator were removed by UTM’s Campus Police after being reported on March 10 by a university staff...

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...

Division II and III compete

Along with the UTMSU Spring elections for the 2017-2018 executives, the board elections for Division II and Division III are also taking place. The...

MSA pairs mentors with junior students

The Muslim Students’ Association started its first Declassified Survival Guide program last Thursday, which is a new program that offers a paired mentorship at...

UTSU execs release CFS counterstatement

Three UTSU executives and one UTMSU representative: UTSU’s VP university affairs, Cassandra Williams; VP equity, Farah Noori; VP campus life, Shahin Imtiaz; and UTMSU...

U of T ranked poorly for Jewish community

The University of Toronto was ranked third on a list of the 40 worst colleges for Jewish students, alongside McGill University placing fourth, and...

New dispatch system for campus police

UTM’s campus police have implemented a new central dispatch system that guarantees an immediate response by routing the calls through the St. George campus...

U of T student unions get “F” grade

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom, an organization based in Alberta, has released a report giving UTSU and UTMSU grades of F in terms...

Town hall cancelled

UTSU’s second town hall event scheduled last Friday for anti-Blackness has been cancelled, following a low turnout in its first town hall on November...

Wen-Do recognized on CCR

The Wen-Do self-defence course for women became recognized this year on the Co-Curricular Record.The Wen-Do program is a 15-hour program that operates from October...

United Way aims to raise $69,000

Last Tuesday, United Way began their 2016 campaign at UTM with a plant sale and a BBQ, raising a total of $1,186 to help...

Maintenance in CCT

UTM has been experiencing elevator disruptions in several buildings over the past few weeks, including CCT and Davis.Elevator four in the Davis building has...

What makes Islamic finance different?

Last Thursday, UTM’s Li Koon Chun Finance Learning Centre invited Rehan Khan, a Liaison Officer with the Islamic Finance Advisory Board, to introduce students...

Keeping traditions alive at Storyboot

Starting September 11, Indigenous youth between the ages of 12 and 25 are encouraged to sign up for Storyboot Schools, where they will be...

UTMSU and QSS prepare to meet

UTMSU and the Quality Services to Students committee plan to hold a meeting one year after UTMSU refused to meet with them.The QSS committee...

UTMSU hires new executive director

Walied Khogali, UTMSU’s executive director and Nausheen Adam, UTMSU’s services manager, have officially resigned from their roles.Khogali served as UTMSU’s executive director since August...

Students donate for Nate

Lifeline: UTM Blood and Stem Cell Society saw an increased number of students registering to become stem cell donors in support of their annual...

Students “Buy Black”

UTM students and groups are celebrating Black History Month with activities currently underway.Multiple student groups collaborated to plan and host Black History Month events....

Ringing in the Year of the Monkey

Over 150 students took part in Chinese New Year festivities, including dumpling-making and traditional paper cutting in celebration of the Year of the Monkey,...

MSA and Tarboosh unite to sponsor a family

As Canada welcomed its first 10,000 refugees from Syria on January 13, UTM’s MSA will soon also welcome its first sponsored Syrian refugee family.Last...

Gertler decision pending

The U of T community is awaiting U of T president Meric Gertler’s potentially historic decision to act on calls for the university to...

Sandwiches to sponsor Syrian family

With the current global refugee crisis and estimates of up to 3 million Syrians leaving their homes due to the unrest, UTM’s Muslim Students...

UTSU exec criticizes union’s practices

On February 23, UTSU’s vice-president of university affairs Cassandra Williams released a statement on Facebook alleging that the union’s board meeting on February 9...

Orientation Weeks abound at UTM

First-year students had several options when choosing where to celebrate their first week at UTM this year.Aside from UTMSU’s annual frosh week, campus groups...
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