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Is organic food really the better option?

Organic food is marketed as being healthier, but it is also more expensive. As a university student, it is important to keep an eye...

Vertigo: an ongoing spinning feeling

Have you ever felt like the world was physically spinning beneath your feet? Where you had difficulty moving or balancing until it stopped? If...

MMA fighting: an art

UFC refers to Ultimate Fighting Championship. It started in 1993 as a professional mixed martial arts organization offering elite-level fights. The sport of mixed...

Is there such a thing as too much food?

According to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA), binge eating is an eating disorder that can have potentially life-threatening consequences. Binge eating is approximately...

Battle against the flu this winter season

This year, we are having the stereotypical Canadian Winter. Lots of snow and temperatures well below freezing. The recent temperature plunge and snowy weather...

A natural form of relaxation therapy

According to the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy, aromatherapy can also be referred to as essential oil therapy. It is considered both an art...

Coping with SAD during winter months

According to the Mayo Clinic, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression related to the change in season.According to Norman Farb’s lecture...

The impacts of alcohol

Alcohol is not inherently bad just like drinking responsibly and in moderation is not dangerous. However, underage drinking, binge drinking, or long term heavy...

Warming up, cooling down, and stretching

Whether you are playing a friendly game against your friends, a competitive game against another team in a league, or entering into a solo...

Is global academic freedom a right?

Professor Homa Hoodfar of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Concordia University spent 112 days in prison in Tehran, Iran. The Iranian-Canadian anthropology...

Fats and oils: the good versus the bad

Our bodies run on energy. Everything from a work out at the RAWC to a study session requires energy. Fat, carbohydrates, and protein are...

Your digital footprint

On Monday, March 6, Tamara Adizes Jacobs, and her colleagues at the University of Toronto’s Information Security and Awareness Education Team, hosted a seminar...

The birds and the bees

Last Friday, the Health and Counselling Centre and the UTM Sexual Education Centre held a workshop titled “Contraception and Safe Sex,” hosted by Dr....

Avoid digital thieves, secure your data

Last Thursday, the UTM Alumni Association hosted a Classes Without Quizzes event, featuring Ryan Duquette, a digital security specialist, licenced private investigator, and currently...

Does race still matter in CA politics?

Last Monday, Dr. Erin Tolley, an assistant professor and the associate chair in UTM’s political science department, hosted the Race Still Matters in Canadian...

From the Den: Minhas, the beer baroness

Last Thursday, the Institute for Management and Innovation hosted their annual Countdown to Success. A key feature of this event was the keynote speaker,...

How do you get sponsors for your club?

Do you have the desire to create a group or initiative that is going to feed into a passion or cause outside of school,...

Mississauga milestone makes its mark

The Mississauga Central Library dates back to 1956, when residents of Toronto voted to establish a public library. The first location was opened on...

After UTM, “What do you want to do?”

Last Tuesday, UTM’s Alumni Association and U of T’s Affinity Partners presented a Backpack to Briefcase lecture, where Susy Martins, assistant vice-president of Global...

Financial literacy: is there a gender gap?

Last Tuesday, a Backpack to Briefcase event was held at Deerfield Hall, focusing on the role of gender in financial literacy and featuring Candice...

Is organic food really the better option?

Organic food is marketed as being healthier, but it is also more expensive. As a university student, it is important to keep an eye...

Vertigo: an ongoing spinning feeling

Have you ever felt like the world was physically spinning beneath your feet? Where you had difficulty moving or balancing until it stopped? If...

MMA fighting: an art

UFC refers to Ultimate Fighting Championship. It started in 1993 as a professional mixed martial arts organization offering elite-level fights. The sport of mixed...

Is there such a thing as too much food?

According to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA), binge eating is an eating disorder that can have potentially life-threatening consequences. Binge eating is approximately...

Battle against the flu this winter season

This year, we are having the stereotypical Canadian Winter. Lots of snow and temperatures well below freezing. The recent temperature plunge and snowy weather...

A natural form of relaxation therapy

According to the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy, aromatherapy can also be referred to as essential oil therapy. It is considered both an art...

Coping with SAD during winter months

According to the Mayo Clinic, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression related to the change in season.According to Norman Farb’s lecture...

The impacts of alcohol

Alcohol is not inherently bad just like drinking responsibly and in moderation is not dangerous. However, underage drinking, binge drinking, or long term heavy...

Warming up, cooling down, and stretching

Whether you are playing a friendly game against your friends, a competitive game against another team in a league, or entering into a solo...

Is global academic freedom a right?

Professor Homa Hoodfar of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Concordia University spent 112 days in prison in Tehran, Iran. The Iranian-Canadian anthropology...

Fats and oils: the good versus the bad

Our bodies run on energy. Everything from a work out at the RAWC to a study session requires energy. Fat, carbohydrates, and protein are...

Your digital footprint

On Monday, March 6, Tamara Adizes Jacobs, and her colleagues at the University of Toronto’s Information Security and Awareness Education Team, hosted a seminar...

The birds and the bees

Last Friday, the Health and Counselling Centre and the UTM Sexual Education Centre held a workshop titled “Contraception and Safe Sex,” hosted by Dr....

Avoid digital thieves, secure your data

Last Thursday, the UTM Alumni Association hosted a Classes Without Quizzes event, featuring Ryan Duquette, a digital security specialist, licenced private investigator, and currently...

Does race still matter in CA politics?

Last Monday, Dr. Erin Tolley, an assistant professor and the associate chair in UTM’s political science department, hosted the Race Still Matters in Canadian...

From the Den: Minhas, the beer baroness

Last Thursday, the Institute for Management and Innovation hosted their annual Countdown to Success. A key feature of this event was the keynote speaker,...

How do you get sponsors for your club?

Do you have the desire to create a group or initiative that is going to feed into a passion or cause outside of school,...

Mississauga milestone makes its mark

The Mississauga Central Library dates back to 1956, when residents of Toronto voted to establish a public library. The first location was opened on...

After UTM, “What do you want to do?”

Last Tuesday, UTM’s Alumni Association and U of T’s Affinity Partners presented a Backpack to Briefcase lecture, where Susy Martins, assistant vice-president of Global...

Financial literacy: is there a gender gap?

Last Tuesday, a Backpack to Briefcase event was held at Deerfield Hall, focusing on the role of gender in financial literacy and featuring Candice...
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