Hayden Mak

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Understanding calisthenics for beginners

Calisthenics are exercises in which you use your own body weight instead of using any real weights to gain strength and achieve...

So long UTM: Class of ‘20 looks back and reflects on...

The completion of university is a milestone graduating students look forward to early on in the year. It signifies the end of...

U of T groups and non-profit organizations lead COVID-19 community response...

While the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has risen to 368 in Ontario, so has the amount of support across U of T...

Why is hiring a diverse faculty important?

Dr. Fiona Rawle is currently the Associate Dean, Undergraduate and an associate professor of biology at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Rawle is also...

The One Trick You Need to Accomplish Anything

Have you ever set a goal, excited for what you will finally accomplish, only to give up halfway through? Most of us have,...

UTM holds its first sustainability week

From Monday, March 9 to Thursday, March 12, several events were held across campus for the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)’s first Sustainability Week....

ICUBE UTM hosts “Pitch with a Twist”

Last Wednesday, University of Toronto (U of T)’s annual Entrepreneurship Week featured a series of highly anticipated business events hosted by several incubators and...

In conversation with David Swanston

A professor known to all business students, David Swanston runs two businesses alongside lecturing in the management department at the University of Toronto Mississauga....

How do you ask a romantic partner to change?

How do you make difficult decisions with your partner? What is the best way to go about the uncomfortable task of asking your significant...

River Blue showcases the dark side of fashion

Last Wednesday, The STTPA (Sustainability: Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice, and Action) Program screened the multiple award-winning documentary River Blue for UTM’s sustainability week. Students gathered...

See you later, depression! Namaste, Yoga!

“Yoga has become increasingly popular in the West, and many new yoga practitioners cite stress-reduction and other mental health concerns as their primary reason...

Morning grogginess? Try a new sound

One of the worst sounds in the world has to be your morning alarm ringing. That annoying beeping sound is what signals the transition...

Student science clubs host an ‘elemental’ night

Last Tuesday, the Erindale Biology Society (EBS) and the Erindale Chemical and Physical Sciences Society (ECPS) held their “Meet the Prof Night” event. Professors...

Exercise can improve brain functioning

Executive functioning in the brain is of critical importance as it involves learning, working memory, and self-control. With time, all of us will be...

Developing resiliency through adversity

February 5, 2020 marked the first annual Resilience Through Adversity workshop organized by the Equity and Diversity Office at UTM as a Black History...

UTMSU and CFS-O host coalition meeting

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) and the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario (CFS-O) came together on January 23 to discuss student rights and...

UTM student solves mental health crisis with a single tweet

With Bell Let's Talk occurring on January 29, students across Canada are sharing their stories of mental illness and offering support to others, but...

Your diet can affect your mental health

They will have to demonstrate the good ball movement and pressure that was on display today and perform better at the free...

MN wins award

The Maanjiwe Nendamowinan (MN) building at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus has been awarded the 2019 Global Excellence Award by the International...

Sleep deprivation is worse than we thought

As students, we all know what it’s like rushing to finish assignments for an 11:59 p.m. deadline, or studying for tomorrow’s test into the...

Examining the root causes of depression

This is the second part in a series on mental health. Many of us have felt it: a state of loneliness...

Footwear evidence and 3D laser scanning

Imprinted in sand, moulded in dirt, or stamped on the floor—footprints discovered at crime scenes can provide evidence for forensics teams who play a...

Working out men’s health in Movember

The annual tradition of Movember has arrived again, where men’s health is the focal issue all throughout November. A report from Harvard Health Publishing...

Loss and the iceberg: How grit is key

We tend to fall for the iceberg illusion—the illusion that the part we see above the surface is a true representation of its size....

Treating depression just got more effective

Depression is one of the most destructive mental illnesses, and most people have likely suffered from depression, or have known someone who has dealt...

Cartography, rebels, and African history

Dr. Julie MacArthur, a historical studies assistant professor at UTM, recently received the UTM Annual Research Prize. The prize recognizes researchers who are making...

Another step towards net-zero carbon

As environmental awareness increases, so does the need to act and reduce our carbon impact on the Earth. The University of Toronto has launched...

The bizarre sleeping habits of humans

Dr. David Samson, assistant anthropology professor at UTM, won the Roger Broughton Young Investigator award at the World Sleep Society’s conference in Vancouver this...

Leads of The Glove Thief talk shop

Last Thursday, Beth Flintoff’s The Glove Thief opened at UTM’s Erindale Theatre. Directed by Meredith Scott, the show takes audiences back to 1589...

Dubrow on print culture in South Asia

Jennifer Dubrow, an associate professor in the Department of South Asian Civilizations at University of Washington, came to UTM last Monday to talk about her...

Pollution might be cause of increase in violence

A study performed in the U.S. concluded that inflation in air pollution correlates with an increase in violent crimes, but poses no direct effect...

Stressed out: Politics can make you sick

Damaged friendships, ruined family reunions, disrupted workplaces, the emotional toll of frustration, remorse, anguish, and the physical burden of stress and loss of sleep;...

Meet Schulich Leader Aidan Britnell

Most students begin their first year of university with orientation, Frosh week, and maybe a new computer. Aidan Britnell, a first-year UTM undergraduate student,...

Mississauga asks students for feedback on living green

The city asked the public for feedback last week on Mississauga’s ambitious Climate Change Action Plan. Spanning 10 years, the $450...

LinkMentalHealth offers students flexible mental health support

LinkMentalHealth, a website that connects people to therapists that fit their need, announces students can get help faster and skip over wait times for...

Fact-checking Trump and the Fords

UTM’s annual Snider Lecture was held last Thursday, October 3, 2019. This year, the lecture featured CNN reporter Daniel Dale who talked about the...

The Be Well Fair: A space for mental wellness

Students flocked to the Be Well Fair last Thursday to participate in wellness activities, eat free snacks, and hear Silken Laumann, the Olympian keynote...

Toronto’s Biennial of Art is culturally visual

In a city with an already impressive art scene, Toronto’s Biennial of Art till stands out. Advertised as “a new...

Students meet following another student death at Bahen

The quotes in this article were taken from a transcript of the Emergency Community Meeting on Mental Health and were not attributed to any...

U of T begins its student mental health initiative

U of T’s newly formed Student Mental Health Task Force organized in-person consultations at UTM last week as part of their feedback process to...

Understanding calisthenics for beginners

Calisthenics are exercises in which you use your own body weight instead of using any real weights to gain strength and achieve...

So long UTM: Class of ‘20 looks back and reflects on...

The completion of university is a milestone graduating students look forward to early on in the year. It signifies the end of...

U of T groups and non-profit organizations lead COVID-19 community response...

While the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has risen to 368 in Ontario, so has the amount of support across U of T...

Why is hiring a diverse faculty important?

Dr. Fiona Rawle is currently the Associate Dean, Undergraduate and an associate professor of biology at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Rawle is also...

The One Trick You Need to Accomplish Anything

Have you ever set a goal, excited for what you will finally accomplish, only to give up halfway through? Most of us have,...

UTM holds its first sustainability week

From Monday, March 9 to Thursday, March 12, several events were held across campus for the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)’s first Sustainability Week....

ICUBE UTM hosts “Pitch with a Twist”

Last Wednesday, University of Toronto (U of T)’s annual Entrepreneurship Week featured a series of highly anticipated business events hosted by several incubators and...

In conversation with David Swanston

A professor known to all business students, David Swanston runs two businesses alongside lecturing in the management department at the University of Toronto Mississauga....

How do you ask a romantic partner to change?

How do you make difficult decisions with your partner? What is the best way to go about the uncomfortable task of asking your significant...

River Blue showcases the dark side of fashion

Last Wednesday, The STTPA (Sustainability: Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice, and Action) Program screened the multiple award-winning documentary River Blue for UTM’s sustainability week. Students gathered...

See you later, depression! Namaste, Yoga!

“Yoga has become increasingly popular in the West, and many new yoga practitioners cite stress-reduction and other mental health concerns as their primary reason...

Morning grogginess? Try a new sound

One of the worst sounds in the world has to be your morning alarm ringing. That annoying beeping sound is what signals the transition...

Student science clubs host an ‘elemental’ night

Last Tuesday, the Erindale Biology Society (EBS) and the Erindale Chemical and Physical Sciences Society (ECPS) held their “Meet the Prof Night” event. Professors...

Exercise can improve brain functioning

Executive functioning in the brain is of critical importance as it involves learning, working memory, and self-control. With time, all of us will be...

Developing resiliency through adversity

February 5, 2020 marked the first annual Resilience Through Adversity workshop organized by the Equity and Diversity Office at UTM as a Black History...

UTMSU and CFS-O host coalition meeting

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) and the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario (CFS-O) came together on January 23 to discuss student rights and...

UTM student solves mental health crisis with a single tweet

With Bell Let's Talk occurring on January 29, students across Canada are sharing their stories of mental illness and offering support to others, but...

Your diet can affect your mental health

They will have to demonstrate the good ball movement and pressure that was on display today and perform better at the free...

MN wins award

The Maanjiwe Nendamowinan (MN) building at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus has been awarded the 2019 Global Excellence Award by the International...

Sleep deprivation is worse than we thought

As students, we all know what it’s like rushing to finish assignments for an 11:59 p.m. deadline, or studying for tomorrow’s test into the...

Examining the root causes of depression

This is the second part in a series on mental health. Many of us have felt it: a state of loneliness...

Footwear evidence and 3D laser scanning

Imprinted in sand, moulded in dirt, or stamped on the floor—footprints discovered at crime scenes can provide evidence for forensics teams who play a...

Working out men’s health in Movember

The annual tradition of Movember has arrived again, where men’s health is the focal issue all throughout November. A report from Harvard Health Publishing...

Loss and the iceberg: How grit is key

We tend to fall for the iceberg illusion—the illusion that the part we see above the surface is a true representation of its size....

Treating depression just got more effective

Depression is one of the most destructive mental illnesses, and most people have likely suffered from depression, or have known someone who has dealt...

Cartography, rebels, and African history

Dr. Julie MacArthur, a historical studies assistant professor at UTM, recently received the UTM Annual Research Prize. The prize recognizes researchers who are making...

Another step towards net-zero carbon

As environmental awareness increases, so does the need to act and reduce our carbon impact on the Earth. The University of Toronto has launched...

The bizarre sleeping habits of humans

Dr. David Samson, assistant anthropology professor at UTM, won the Roger Broughton Young Investigator award at the World Sleep Society’s conference in Vancouver this...

Leads of The Glove Thief talk shop

Last Thursday, Beth Flintoff’s The Glove Thief opened at UTM’s Erindale Theatre. Directed by Meredith Scott, the show takes audiences back to 1589...

Dubrow on print culture in South Asia

Jennifer Dubrow, an associate professor in the Department of South Asian Civilizations at University of Washington, came to UTM last Monday to talk about her...

Pollution might be cause of increase in violence

A study performed in the U.S. concluded that inflation in air pollution correlates with an increase in violent crimes, but poses no direct effect...

Stressed out: Politics can make you sick

Damaged friendships, ruined family reunions, disrupted workplaces, the emotional toll of frustration, remorse, anguish, and the physical burden of stress and loss of sleep;...

Meet Schulich Leader Aidan Britnell

Most students begin their first year of university with orientation, Frosh week, and maybe a new computer. Aidan Britnell, a first-year UTM undergraduate student,...

Mississauga asks students for feedback on living green

The city asked the public for feedback last week on Mississauga’s ambitious Climate Change Action Plan. Spanning 10 years, the $450...

LinkMentalHealth offers students flexible mental health support

LinkMentalHealth, a website that connects people to therapists that fit their need, announces students can get help faster and skip over wait times for...

Fact-checking Trump and the Fords

UTM’s annual Snider Lecture was held last Thursday, October 3, 2019. This year, the lecture featured CNN reporter Daniel Dale who talked about the...

The Be Well Fair: A space for mental wellness

Students flocked to the Be Well Fair last Thursday to participate in wellness activities, eat free snacks, and hear Silken Laumann, the Olympian keynote...

Toronto’s Biennial of Art is culturally visual

In a city with an already impressive art scene, Toronto’s Biennial of Art till stands out. Advertised as “a new...

Students meet following another student death at Bahen

The quotes in this article were taken from a transcript of the Emergency Community Meeting on Mental Health and were not attributed to any...

U of T begins its student mental health initiative

U of T’s newly formed Student Mental Health Task Force organized in-person consultations at UTM last week as part of their feedback process to...
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