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Contributions

Cathedral (1981)

Raymond Carver’s short story “Cathedral,” deals with themes of isolation, loneliness, and the inability to create meaningful connections. It is a story about an...

Toronto students unite for a vigil

Hundreds of University of Toronto and Ryerson University students gathered together for a vigil at King’s College Circle last Monday night, to mourn the...

Mrs. Dalloway (Virginia Woolf)

Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway depicts a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, an affluent housewife, as she plans to host a party that...

The Bugle

The Bugle is a political satire and comedy podcast hosted by Andy Zaltzman. It was co-founded by John Oliver and Zaltzman, though Oliver has...

Life of Pi (Yann Martel)

Life of Pi by Yann Martel is a novel that touches on many significant motifs. It’s a refreshing read for book lovers who believe...

Mental health: let’s ditch the stigma

Despite notable advances being made in the conversation on mental illness, the stigma surrounding it still exists. Whether it’s diminishing the importance of mental...

Rethinking common beliefs and stereotypes

Last Thursday at Hart House, U of T’s Afghan Students’ Association hosted their first event in their Diaspora Dialogues series. The evening consisted of...

Nuit Blanche 2016: Two perspectives

Brainwaves and water Rachael Masih One project that stood out at Nuit Blanche this year was an interactive piece by Lisa Park called “Eunoia II.” In this...

Things Fall Apart (Chinua Achebe)

Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is one of those novels that resonates with me on several levels. Each time I reread it, I find...

In light of a new sound

The Head and the Heart always produce fantastic music, and Signs of Light is no exception. Although this album was significantly less folksy than...

Add a little emotion to your study playlist

Based on the cover art, False Readings On by Eluvium seems like an album that contains a message about the self. The artwork is...

MPP visits UTM to discuss the Ontario Student Grant

Mississauga-Erindale MPP Harinder Takhar visited UTM on March 31 to further clarify the provincial government’s new financial assistance method available to selected post-secondary students...

On a scale of 1 to 10, how useful was this...

With the academic year coming to an end, it’s once again time for course evaluations. All UTM students registered in any classes are invited...

Israel Apartheid Week comes to UTM

About 60 attendees were present at last week’s speaker event “The Soldier and the Refusenik”—hosted by the Association of Palestinian Students and open to...

Diving into the phenomenon of vagueness

Last Wednesday, Professor Diana Raffman from the Department of Philosophy presented a talk on vagueness, addressing the central question, “What is vagueness and why...

Let your muse out: poetry as storytelling

Poetry and spoken word are often used to breach difficult and pressing topics, as was the case at this year’s second semi-final of the...

Bringing manuscripts to your screens

Professor Alexandra Gillespie, a specialist in English and medieval studies in the Department of English and Drama, is co-leading a million-dollar initiative to develop...

Cathedral (1981)

Raymond Carver’s short story “Cathedral,” deals with themes of isolation, loneliness, and the inability to create meaningful connections. It is a story about an...

Toronto students unite for a vigil

Hundreds of University of Toronto and Ryerson University students gathered together for a vigil at King’s College Circle last Monday night, to mourn the...

Mrs. Dalloway (Virginia Woolf)

Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway depicts a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, an affluent housewife, as she plans to host a party that...

The Bugle

The Bugle is a political satire and comedy podcast hosted by Andy Zaltzman. It was co-founded by John Oliver and Zaltzman, though Oliver has...

Life of Pi (Yann Martel)

Life of Pi by Yann Martel is a novel that touches on many significant motifs. It’s a refreshing read for book lovers who believe...

Mental health: let’s ditch the stigma

Despite notable advances being made in the conversation on mental illness, the stigma surrounding it still exists. Whether it’s diminishing the importance of mental...

Rethinking common beliefs and stereotypes

Last Thursday at Hart House, U of T’s Afghan Students’ Association hosted their first event in their Diaspora Dialogues series. The evening consisted of...

Nuit Blanche 2016: Two perspectives

Brainwaves and water Rachael Masih One project that stood out at Nuit Blanche this year was an interactive piece by Lisa Park called “Eunoia II.” In this...

Things Fall Apart (Chinua Achebe)

Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is one of those novels that resonates with me on several levels. Each time I reread it, I find...

In light of a new sound

The Head and the Heart always produce fantastic music, and Signs of Light is no exception. Although this album was significantly less folksy than...

Add a little emotion to your study playlist

Based on the cover art, False Readings On by Eluvium seems like an album that contains a message about the self. The artwork is...

MPP visits UTM to discuss the Ontario Student Grant

Mississauga-Erindale MPP Harinder Takhar visited UTM on March 31 to further clarify the provincial government’s new financial assistance method available to selected post-secondary students...

On a scale of 1 to 10, how useful was this...

With the academic year coming to an end, it’s once again time for course evaluations. All UTM students registered in any classes are invited...

Israel Apartheid Week comes to UTM

About 60 attendees were present at last week’s speaker event “The Soldier and the Refusenik”—hosted by the Association of Palestinian Students and open to...

Diving into the phenomenon of vagueness

Last Wednesday, Professor Diana Raffman from the Department of Philosophy presented a talk on vagueness, addressing the central question, “What is vagueness and why...

Let your muse out: poetry as storytelling

Poetry and spoken word are often used to breach difficult and pressing topics, as was the case at this year’s second semi-final of the...

Bringing manuscripts to your screens

Professor Alexandra Gillespie, a specialist in English and medieval studies in the Department of English and Drama, is co-leading a million-dollar initiative to develop...
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