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UTM announces closure of all buildings for public use as part...

Public access to all buildings at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus has officially been terminated and all doors have been...

Faculty concerns regarding COVID-19 increase as U of T is late...

Following the declaration of the COVID-19 virus as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), the concerns surrounding the issue significantly increased. The...

UTMSU election underway

The campaign period for the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) is in full swing as candidates gathered at the Blind Duck...

UTMSU election features one slate, minimal opposition

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU)’s spring 2020 election campaign period officially began last Monday and will continue until March 13.

Students United: A year in review

The current executive team of the University of Toronto Mississauga Students Union (UTMSU) was elected in March last year and has been active...

CAGIS comes to UTM for international day of women and girls...

The Canadian Association for Girls in Science (CAGIS) came together with the Canadian Space Agency on February 11 to...

Reviewing the UTMSU’s campaign promises and initiatives for the rest of...

The election campaigns for the new executive team of the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) are imminent with March approaching. This also...

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...

2020 HCC fees will increase by 16.5 per cent

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee approved the 2020-2021 budget proposals for the Athletics departments, the Health and Counselling Centre (HCC), and Student...

QSS votes ‘yes’ to student fee increases despite doubts

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met on January 22 to continue the unofficial voting on the tabled service fees from last week,...

QSS members surprised SCI model continues

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met for the first time after the winter break on January 15 to...

QSS to determine new budgets

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met on December 11, 2019 to review operational highlights and budget reports for the current academic year...

UTMSU’s AGM talks audits and student proposals

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) held its Annual General Meeting last Wednesday where they discussed financial audit statements and entertained motions put...

RAWC annual fees skyrocket

The incidental fees for the Department of the Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre (RAWC), which are mandatory for all students, have increased 16.3 per...

Campus Council talks mental health crisis at U of T

Campus Council held its second meeting of the academic year on November 20, where they discussed the ongoing mental health crisis at U of...

Activists continue Global Climate Strike

Climate activists of all ages came together for the Global Climate Strike last Friday, marching through the streets of downtown Toronto.

Campaigns & Advocacy Commission approves budget

UTMSU executives and students came together in the Campaigns and Advocacy Commission last Tuesday to discuss academic policies, equity initiatives, and to approve the...

Nour Alideeb hired as executive director

Former UTMSU president Nour Alideeb has been hired by the UTMSU to be their new executive director, beating out 12 other applicants.

QSS appoints new chair

The Quality Service to Students (QSS) committee met last Wednesday to elect a new QSS chairperson, review the Student Services fees budget, and provide...

MiWay negotiates with the city for new contract

The contract negotiations between the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), which represents 86 per cent of the MiWay workforce, and the City of Mississauga are...

Prices for city services to go up in 2020

The City of Mississauga has approved a fee hike to several city services like MiWay transit fares, recreation programs, and library charges, among others,...

Campus Affairs considers dependence & diversity

The Campus Affairs Committee held its second meeting of the academic year last Tuesday to discuss new developments from the Human Resources department, the...

QSS meets & talks

The QSS plans to have an additional advisory group get together to discuss the departments with “opt-outable” fees. The second Quality...

Early Rubens: Baroque from Antwerp to Toronto

The exhibition Early Rubens, which displays the earlier works of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), runs at the Art Gallery of Ontario from October...

UTM talks climate action at STTPA summit

The UTM campus presented an academic approach to climate change last week with the Sustainability: Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice, and Action (STTPA) conference.

Exploring DEMOS – A Reconstruction

DEMOS – A Reconstruction by Andreas Angelidakis, described as an invitation project, features 74 large vinyl encased foam blocks of various shapes and...

The Dark Side of

“Darkness, tragedy, and pain hide within every institution.” This is the statement hosts Kate Leonard and Richard Rossner use as an introduction to The Dark...

Global Climate Strike Toronto: Hope for a better future

In the August of last year, a 15-year-old Greta Thunberg skipped school and decided to protest in front of the Swedish Parliament with her...

UTM announces closure of all buildings for public use as part...

Public access to all buildings at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus has officially been terminated and all doors have been...

Faculty concerns regarding COVID-19 increase as U of T is late...

Following the declaration of the COVID-19 virus as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), the concerns surrounding the issue significantly increased. The...

UTMSU election underway

The campaign period for the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) is in full swing as candidates gathered at the Blind Duck...

UTMSU election features one slate, minimal opposition

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU)’s spring 2020 election campaign period officially began last Monday and will continue until March 13.

Students United: A year in review

The current executive team of the University of Toronto Mississauga Students Union (UTMSU) was elected in March last year and has been active...

CAGIS comes to UTM for international day of women and girls...

The Canadian Association for Girls in Science (CAGIS) came together with the Canadian Space Agency on February 11 to...

Reviewing the UTMSU’s campaign promises and initiatives for the rest of...

The election campaigns for the new executive team of the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) are imminent with March approaching. This also...

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...

2020 HCC fees will increase by 16.5 per cent

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee approved the 2020-2021 budget proposals for the Athletics departments, the Health and Counselling Centre (HCC), and Student...

QSS votes ‘yes’ to student fee increases despite doubts

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met on January 22 to continue the unofficial voting on the tabled service fees from last week,...

QSS members surprised SCI model continues

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met for the first time after the winter break on January 15 to...

QSS to determine new budgets

The Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met on December 11, 2019 to review operational highlights and budget reports for the current academic year...

UTMSU’s AGM talks audits and student proposals

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) held its Annual General Meeting last Wednesday where they discussed financial audit statements and entertained motions put...

RAWC annual fees skyrocket

The incidental fees for the Department of the Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre (RAWC), which are mandatory for all students, have increased 16.3 per...

Campus Council talks mental health crisis at U of T

Campus Council held its second meeting of the academic year on November 20, where they discussed the ongoing mental health crisis at U of...

Activists continue Global Climate Strike

Climate activists of all ages came together for the Global Climate Strike last Friday, marching through the streets of downtown Toronto.

Campaigns & Advocacy Commission approves budget

UTMSU executives and students came together in the Campaigns and Advocacy Commission last Tuesday to discuss academic policies, equity initiatives, and to approve the...

Nour Alideeb hired as executive director

Former UTMSU president Nour Alideeb has been hired by the UTMSU to be their new executive director, beating out 12 other applicants.

QSS appoints new chair

The Quality Service to Students (QSS) committee met last Wednesday to elect a new QSS chairperson, review the Student Services fees budget, and provide...

MiWay negotiates with the city for new contract

The contract negotiations between the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), which represents 86 per cent of the MiWay workforce, and the City of Mississauga are...

Prices for city services to go up in 2020

The City of Mississauga has approved a fee hike to several city services like MiWay transit fares, recreation programs, and library charges, among others,...

Campus Affairs considers dependence & diversity

The Campus Affairs Committee held its second meeting of the academic year last Tuesday to discuss new developments from the Human Resources department, the...

QSS meets & talks

The QSS plans to have an additional advisory group get together to discuss the departments with “opt-outable” fees. The second Quality...

Early Rubens: Baroque from Antwerp to Toronto

The exhibition Early Rubens, which displays the earlier works of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), runs at the Art Gallery of Ontario from October...

UTM talks climate action at STTPA summit

The UTM campus presented an academic approach to climate change last week with the Sustainability: Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice, and Action (STTPA) conference.

Exploring DEMOS – A Reconstruction

DEMOS – A Reconstruction by Andreas Angelidakis, described as an invitation project, features 74 large vinyl encased foam blocks of various shapes and...

The Dark Side of

“Darkness, tragedy, and pain hide within every institution.” This is the statement hosts Kate Leonard and Richard Rossner use as an introduction to The Dark...

Global Climate Strike Toronto: Hope for a better future

In the August of last year, a 15-year-old Greta Thunberg skipped school and decided to protest in front of the Swedish Parliament with her...
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