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Fatima Adil

Fatima Adil

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  • Associate Features Editor (2018/19)

Contributions

‘Spectrum’ blurs lines and breaks barriers at TEDxUofT 2019

This year’s TEDxUofT was held on Saturday March 23rd, 2019 at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in downtown Toronto. Attendees ranged from...

Insight into Features:

I remember the first time I learned of The Medium. It was clubs fair at the beginning of the year, and like most...

Antibiotic resistance: A threat to health

Researchers from McMaster University recently published an article in Nature Communications Biology that details how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics. The paper presents influential findings...

The unappetizing truth about wasted food

Imagine throwing away a quarter of your groceries as soon you leave the supermarket. The amount of food waste that occurs in Canada—one of...

Reading week: Less reading, more helping

During reading week, the Center for Student Engagement (CSE) offered their Alternative Reading Week (ARW) program, an exciting opportunity for students to tackle community challenges...

Ellapen: From South Africa to Toronto

Each professor at UTM has a unique background that inspires them to dedicate their career of research and teaching to a specific area. This...

Mice & Men: Memory’s influence on pain

A new study conducted recently by a UTM and McGill research team has found that males remember earlier painful experiences more clearly...

Does drawing improve your memory?

For a university student, a heightened memory is a valuable skill to have since success in most courses is largely dependent on...

What are New Year’s resolutions?

If you resolved to exercise more, save money, or learn a new skill at the beginning of this new year, you are not alone....

UTM joins global “giving back” initiative

Last Tuesday, UTM participated in a global initiative of giving back by celebrating Giving Tuesday. Organized by the Centre of Student Engagement (CSE), the...

Meet ICCIT’s newest program director

Each faculty member at UTM has a unique list of past experiences and education which help them excel in their role. This week, The...

Medical comics draw on health & illness

While the terms “graphic comic” or “graphic novel” may bring to mind images of a fictional story of the battle between good and evil,...

The highs & lows of legal cannabis

Cannabis, marijuana, pot, or weed. However you choose to refer to it, the popular recreational drug is now legal in Canada. While opinions range...

Students can fundraise with UNICEF UTM

Apart from gruelling academics and athletics, universities also offer students the chance to join or start a club comprised of students with similar interests...

Can adhering to morals make us happy?

You help someone and you feel good. But does following rules and adhering to one’s morals also elicit individual happiness? This is the fundamental...

Seeing Scrabble through a linguistic lens

“Ok,” “twerk,” “sriracha,” and “emoji.” These seemingly random words are four of the 300 new words recently added to The Official Scrabble Player’s Dictionary....

Aiding the Rohinyga refugee crisis

For Sadia Zafar Chowdhury, this summer was unlike any other. Chowdhury, a second-year psychology student at UTM, spent a portion of her vacation this...

‘Spectrum’ blurs lines and breaks barriers at TEDxUofT 2019

This year’s TEDxUofT was held on Saturday March 23rd, 2019 at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in downtown Toronto. Attendees ranged from...

Insight into Features:

I remember the first time I learned of The Medium. It was clubs fair at the beginning of the year, and like most...

Antibiotic resistance: A threat to health

Researchers from McMaster University recently published an article in Nature Communications Biology that details how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics. The paper presents influential findings...

The unappetizing truth about wasted food

Imagine throwing away a quarter of your groceries as soon you leave the supermarket. The amount of food waste that occurs in Canada—one of...

Reading week: Less reading, more helping

During reading week, the Center for Student Engagement (CSE) offered their Alternative Reading Week (ARW) program, an exciting opportunity for students to tackle community challenges...

Ellapen: From South Africa to Toronto

Each professor at UTM has a unique background that inspires them to dedicate their career of research and teaching to a specific area. This...

Mice & Men: Memory’s influence on pain

A new study conducted recently by a UTM and McGill research team has found that males remember earlier painful experiences more clearly...

Does drawing improve your memory?

For a university student, a heightened memory is a valuable skill to have since success in most courses is largely dependent on...

What are New Year’s resolutions?

If you resolved to exercise more, save money, or learn a new skill at the beginning of this new year, you are not alone....

UTM joins global “giving back” initiative

Last Tuesday, UTM participated in a global initiative of giving back by celebrating Giving Tuesday. Organized by the Centre of Student Engagement (CSE), the...

Meet ICCIT’s newest program director

Each faculty member at UTM has a unique list of past experiences and education which help them excel in their role. This week, The...

Medical comics draw on health & illness

While the terms “graphic comic” or “graphic novel” may bring to mind images of a fictional story of the battle between good and evil,...

The highs & lows of legal cannabis

Cannabis, marijuana, pot, or weed. However you choose to refer to it, the popular recreational drug is now legal in Canada. While opinions range...

Students can fundraise with UNICEF UTM

Apart from gruelling academics and athletics, universities also offer students the chance to join or start a club comprised of students with similar interests...

Can adhering to morals make us happy?

You help someone and you feel good. But does following rules and adhering to one’s morals also elicit individual happiness? This is the fundamental...

Seeing Scrabble through a linguistic lens

“Ok,” “twerk,” “sriracha,” and “emoji.” These seemingly random words are four of the 300 new words recently added to The Official Scrabble Player’s Dictionary....

Aiding the Rohinyga refugee crisis

For Sadia Zafar Chowdhury, this summer was unlike any other. Chowdhury, a second-year psychology student at UTM, spent a portion of her vacation this...
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