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Jai Sangha

Jai Sangha

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  • Associate News Editor (2012/13)
  • PWC/Math
Jai started writing for The Medium in his junior year after taking the Journalistic Investigation course in the Professional Writing and Communication program. The course is a great primer in writing news and features, according to Jai, who became the Associate News Editor in his senior year. He encourages students to submit story ideas and stories to The Medium, and is always happy to answer questions about writing for the paper.

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Contributions

UTM’s very own international athlete

As attention remains on the Winter Olympics and Canadian athletes’ wins, it’s not hard to miss other athletes representing Canada on the world stage,...

Out in the fields

The best course I’ve taken at UTM didn’t happen at UTM.I travelled to Mexico in August 2010 for ENV331: “International Environmental Sustainability—Mexico”, a field...

Pressure on the International Centre

UTM’s International Centre recently updated their services to comply with Bill C-35, which allows only authorized representatives from Citizenship and Immigration Canada to give...

Wealthy Barber comes to UTM

David Chilton spoke about his experiences as an entrepreneur and his financial issues with the Canadian economy during the Countdown to Success conference last...

UTM Green Team holds Green Daze

The UTM Green Team held its annual Green Daze last week on campus to promote environmental issues and initiatives on campus.During the week, the...

Discussing racism and stereotypes

The Students for Pan-Arab Dialogue hosted a discussion on campus last Tuesday about racism towards and among immigrant communities.The discussion, titled “Discussing Racism in...

International Centre updated

The International Centre at UTM recently updated its list of services to comply with government regulations for immigration and student support.The International Centre can...

Funds and intoxication levels raised at Sex Pub

UTM’s Sexual Education and Peer Counselling Centre hosted their annual Sex Pub last Thursday at the Blind Duck Pub to raise money for a...

SEC talks oral sex

The UTM Sexual Education and Peer Counselling Centre held a “Sensational Oral Sex” workshop last Thursday in the Davis Building to teach students about...

Professor talks evolution of sex

Professor Monika Havelka gave a talk about the evolution of sexual reproduction on February 11 at the Mississauga Central Library.Havelka is a senior lecturer...

Precious on the pursuit

I have no luck with women.Valentine’s Day is usually a day of self-contemplation for me as I watch pink hearts in commercials, store specials,...

International Centre pilots peer program

The International Centre at UTM piloted a peer support program for first-year international students in January to help them transition into Canadian lifestyle and...

SEC gives students tools for relationships

The UTM Sexual Education and Peer Counselling Centre  held the “Healthy Relationships” workshop last Thursday in the Davis Building to give students a better...

TalentEgg helps students find jobs

The Undergraduate Commerce Society at UTM hosted a workshop in the Davis Building last Tuesday to help students and recent graduates find jobs.The session...

Sparking innovation at UTM

The Digital Enterprise Management Society hosted the Young Entrepreneurs Challenge conference at UTM last Saturday and Sunday to connect students with industry professionals and...

Police investigate Student Centre thefts

Campus Police and Peel Regional Police are investigating a string of thefts that occurred in the Student Centre this semester, amounting to an estimated...

Unauthorized posters found

The U of T Campus Police issued an alert regarding unauthorized posters advertising jobs with a tutoring service at the St. George campus on...

Sikhs seek to dispel misconceptions

The Sikh Students Association at UTM held Sikh Awareness Week on campus last week to inform students about Sikh history, customs, and traditions, and...

Criticizing the local food movement

Pierre Desrochers, an associate geography professor at UTM, criticized local food movement and policies in a talk titled “Locavore’s Dilemma” on campus last Thursday....

Mayor welcomes international students to the city

The City of Mississauga organized an event to welcome international students at the Mississauga Civic Centre last Friday to showcase the services and opportunities...

Pink hijabs raise awareness of breast cancer

The Muslim Students’ Association organized their annual Pink Hijab Day at UTM in the Student Centre hallway last Monday to raise awareness of and...

Could the Liberals legalize it?

Last Wednesday, UTM professors and political pundits discussed the legalization of marijuana at an on-campus debate organized by the UTM Liberals club.Arnd Jurgensen, a...

What you didn’t know about the library

The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre is not just a place to borrow books and study. For example, students can sign out netbooks and...

Library waives fines for food donations

The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre donated 1,176 non-perishable food items to the food bank run jointly by UTMSU and Community on Campus. The...

HMALC adds study spaces

The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre  added 128 quiet study spaces on level one (below the ground floor) this September in response to student...

Maude Barlow speaks at UTM

Maude Barlow talked about the issue of global fresh water shortages and water privatization at a lecture at UTM last Saturday.Barlow was the keynote...

Jane Goodall delivers message of hope

Jane Goodall lectured about her research and environmental initiatives as part of the Snider Lecture series at UTM last Tuesday.The lecture, entitled “Reasons for...

UTM to host national conference

The Sierra Youth Coalition, the youth arm of Sierra Club Canada, a national environmental non-profit organization, selected UTM to host this year’s annual National...

Temporary Food Court opens in Davis Building

UTM opened the Temporary Food Court in the old library area next to the Meeting Place in the Davis Building last week.The TFC compensates...

Environmental Affairs Office restructured

The UTM administration reorganized the Environmental Affairs Office and eliminated Aubrey Iwaniw’s position as environmental project coordinator.Iwaniw had worked as the environmental project coordinator...

The business of sustainability

Bob Willard gave a talk on sustainability last Tuesday

Envirolympics

Residence Council hosts event to encourage sustainability

The force behind the U-Pass

Aubrey Iwaniw worked behind the scenes to bring the Mississauga Transit U-Pass to UTM

UTM’s very own international athlete

As attention remains on the Winter Olympics and Canadian athletes’ wins, it’s not hard to miss other athletes representing Canada on the world stage,...

Out in the fields

The best course I’ve taken at UTM didn’t happen at UTM.I travelled to Mexico in August 2010 for ENV331: “International Environmental Sustainability—Mexico”, a field...

Pressure on the International Centre

UTM’s International Centre recently updated their services to comply with Bill C-35, which allows only authorized representatives from Citizenship and Immigration Canada to give...

Wealthy Barber comes to UTM

David Chilton spoke about his experiences as an entrepreneur and his financial issues with the Canadian economy during the Countdown to Success conference last...

UTM Green Team holds Green Daze

The UTM Green Team held its annual Green Daze last week on campus to promote environmental issues and initiatives on campus.During the week, the...

Discussing racism and stereotypes

The Students for Pan-Arab Dialogue hosted a discussion on campus last Tuesday about racism towards and among immigrant communities.The discussion, titled “Discussing Racism in...

International Centre updated

The International Centre at UTM recently updated its list of services to comply with government regulations for immigration and student support.The International Centre can...

Funds and intoxication levels raised at Sex Pub

UTM’s Sexual Education and Peer Counselling Centre hosted their annual Sex Pub last Thursday at the Blind Duck Pub to raise money for a...

SEC talks oral sex

The UTM Sexual Education and Peer Counselling Centre held a “Sensational Oral Sex” workshop last Thursday in the Davis Building to teach students about...

Professor talks evolution of sex

Professor Monika Havelka gave a talk about the evolution of sexual reproduction on February 11 at the Mississauga Central Library.Havelka is a senior lecturer...

Precious on the pursuit

I have no luck with women.Valentine’s Day is usually a day of self-contemplation for me as I watch pink hearts in commercials, store specials,...

International Centre pilots peer program

The International Centre at UTM piloted a peer support program for first-year international students in January to help them transition into Canadian lifestyle and...

SEC gives students tools for relationships

The UTM Sexual Education and Peer Counselling Centre  held the “Healthy Relationships” workshop last Thursday in the Davis Building to give students a better...

TalentEgg helps students find jobs

The Undergraduate Commerce Society at UTM hosted a workshop in the Davis Building last Tuesday to help students and recent graduates find jobs.The session...

Sparking innovation at UTM

The Digital Enterprise Management Society hosted the Young Entrepreneurs Challenge conference at UTM last Saturday and Sunday to connect students with industry professionals and...

Police investigate Student Centre thefts

Campus Police and Peel Regional Police are investigating a string of thefts that occurred in the Student Centre this semester, amounting to an estimated...

Unauthorized posters found

The U of T Campus Police issued an alert regarding unauthorized posters advertising jobs with a tutoring service at the St. George campus on...

Sikhs seek to dispel misconceptions

The Sikh Students Association at UTM held Sikh Awareness Week on campus last week to inform students about Sikh history, customs, and traditions, and...

Criticizing the local food movement

Pierre Desrochers, an associate geography professor at UTM, criticized local food movement and policies in a talk titled “Locavore’s Dilemma” on campus last Thursday....

Mayor welcomes international students to the city

The City of Mississauga organized an event to welcome international students at the Mississauga Civic Centre last Friday to showcase the services and opportunities...

Pink hijabs raise awareness of breast cancer

The Muslim Students’ Association organized their annual Pink Hijab Day at UTM in the Student Centre hallway last Monday to raise awareness of and...

Could the Liberals legalize it?

Last Wednesday, UTM professors and political pundits discussed the legalization of marijuana at an on-campus debate organized by the UTM Liberals club.Arnd Jurgensen, a...

What you didn’t know about the library

The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre is not just a place to borrow books and study. For example, students can sign out netbooks and...

Library waives fines for food donations

The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre donated 1,176 non-perishable food items to the food bank run jointly by UTMSU and Community on Campus. The...

HMALC adds study spaces

The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre  added 128 quiet study spaces on level one (below the ground floor) this September in response to student...

Maude Barlow speaks at UTM

Maude Barlow talked about the issue of global fresh water shortages and water privatization at a lecture at UTM last Saturday.Barlow was the keynote...

Jane Goodall delivers message of hope

Jane Goodall lectured about her research and environmental initiatives as part of the Snider Lecture series at UTM last Tuesday.The lecture, entitled “Reasons for...

UTM to host national conference

The Sierra Youth Coalition, the youth arm of Sierra Club Canada, a national environmental non-profit organization, selected UTM to host this year’s annual National...

Temporary Food Court opens in Davis Building

UTM opened the Temporary Food Court in the old library area next to the Meeting Place in the Davis Building last week.The TFC compensates...

Environmental Affairs Office restructured

The UTM administration reorganized the Environmental Affairs Office and eliminated Aubrey Iwaniw’s position as environmental project coordinator.Iwaniw had worked as the environmental project coordinator...

The business of sustainability

Bob Willard gave a talk on sustainability last Tuesday

Envirolympics

Residence Council hosts event to encourage sustainability

The force behind the U-Pass

Aubrey Iwaniw worked behind the scenes to bring the Mississauga Transit U-Pass to UTM

Professor talks evolution of sex

Professor Monika Havelka gave a talk about the evolution of sexual reproduction on February 11 at the Mississauga Central Library.Havelka is a senior lecturer...

Mayor welcomes international students to the city

The City of Mississauga organized an event to welcome international students at the Mississauga Civic Centre last Friday to showcase the services and opportunities...
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