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    Finding hope through literature: Five feel-good books to read

    With Covid-19, the state of American politics, and protests surrounding racial injustices, 2020 was a roller coaster of a year for everyone. For university...

    How feminist and anti-oppressive pedagogies are explored at UTM

    As a teenager, Nicole Laliberté went on a two-week human rights delegation trip to Guatemala. Although she didn’t know it at the time, this...

    Empowering women through literature

    For centuries, the road toward gender equality has been—and still is—rocky. In Canada, it wasn’t until 1916 that women could vote in provincial and federal...

    Lecture Me! On Human Remains

    It’s a dark evening. The smell of rain is heavy in the air. She walks along a newly put-down trail behind a townhouse complex....

    Five books to warm up to this holiday season

    As the snow falls faintly around us, and the soft lights of trees twinkle in the night sky, the holiday season is upon us....

    Antigone Now: How a 2000-Year-Old Story Comes Full Circle

    As the blue night lifts and the sun peeks over the rubble and dust-covered hills, Ismene stands alone, weeping. “I cannot resist life,” she...

    Small but mighty: the importance of indie bookstores

    You push open the heavy wooden doors and the smell immediately hits you. It’s the smell of ink engraved into paper, of pages pressed...

    When Will It Be Enough: The LGBTQ2S+ Experience at UTM

    Imagine the following: You wake up on a Monday morning, and you have class at 11 a.m. It’s your only class today; would it...

    Covid-19 testing opportunities for Mississauga residents

    As Covid-19 cases continue to rise, and with the arrival of the flu season, more and more people are beginning to experience cold symptoms....

    Six spooky stories for this Halloween season

    Spiders, ghosts, witches. Oh my! As the leaves change colour and the nights become cooler, we can all sense the Halloween season falling upon...

    The M List: Six Books to Read for Mental Illness Awareness...

    Mental illness takes many dark forms. For those of us who struggle with mental illness, we know the debilitating effects it can have on...

    Half of all Covid-19 cases in Peel are transmitted at home

    As Covid-19 cases continue to climb, we are left to wonder how the healthcare system will be impacted if this trend continues. The Medium...

    Is the Covid-19 second wave already here?

    On September 21, Public Health Ontario reported 552 new Covid-19 cases were identified in the province. Ontario also saw a rate increase in confirmed...

    How the Connaught Fund helps different areas of academic research blossom...

    The world of academia is alive and flourishing with new and exciting research projects, as well as enthusiastic and passionate researchers looking to leave...

    Experience Van Gogh’s art like never before

    COVID-19 has unleashed an unprecedented amount of fear and uncertainty. When the pandemic started, almost all businesses and recreational activities closed down and came...

    Finding hope through literature: Five feel-good books to read

    With Covid-19, the state of American politics, and protests surrounding racial injustices, 2020 was a roller coaster of a year for everyone. For university...

    How feminist and anti-oppressive pedagogies are explored at UTM

    As a teenager, Nicole Laliberté went on a two-week human rights delegation trip to Guatemala. Although she didn’t know it at the time, this...

    Empowering women through literature

    For centuries, the road toward gender equality has been—and still is—rocky. In Canada, it wasn’t until 1916 that women could vote in provincial and federal...

    Lecture Me! On Human Remains

    It’s a dark evening. The smell of rain is heavy in the air. She walks along a newly put-down trail behind a townhouse complex....

    Five books to warm up to this holiday season

    As the snow falls faintly around us, and the soft lights of trees twinkle in the night sky, the holiday season is upon us....

    Antigone Now: How a 2000-Year-Old Story Comes Full Circle

    As the blue night lifts and the sun peeks over the rubble and dust-covered hills, Ismene stands alone, weeping. “I cannot resist life,” she...

    Small but mighty: the importance of indie bookstores

    You push open the heavy wooden doors and the smell immediately hits you. It’s the smell of ink engraved into paper, of pages pressed...

    When Will It Be Enough: The LGBTQ2S+ Experience at UTM

    Imagine the following: You wake up on a Monday morning, and you have class at 11 a.m. It’s your only class today; would it...

    Covid-19 testing opportunities for Mississauga residents

    As Covid-19 cases continue to rise, and with the arrival of the flu season, more and more people are beginning to experience cold symptoms....

    Six spooky stories for this Halloween season

    Spiders, ghosts, witches. Oh my! As the leaves change colour and the nights become cooler, we can all sense the Halloween season falling upon...

    The M List: Six Books to Read for Mental Illness Awareness...

    Mental illness takes many dark forms. For those of us who struggle with mental illness, we know the debilitating effects it can have on...

    Half of all Covid-19 cases in Peel are transmitted at home

    As Covid-19 cases continue to climb, we are left to wonder how the healthcare system will be impacted if this trend continues. The Medium...

    Is the Covid-19 second wave already here?

    On September 21, Public Health Ontario reported 552 new Covid-19 cases were identified in the province. Ontario also saw a rate increase in confirmed...

    How the Connaught Fund helps different areas of academic research blossom...

    The world of academia is alive and flourishing with new and exciting research projects, as well as enthusiastic and passionate researchers looking to leave...

    Experience Van Gogh’s art like never before

    COVID-19 has unleashed an unprecedented amount of fear and uncertainty. When the pandemic started, almost all businesses and recreational activities closed down and came...

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