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New era of Canadian university sport

In The Medium’s last interview with Graham Brown, published September 19 2016, we talked about the strategy in place to grow the CIS as...

The lucrative strategy of the CIS

Ten months ago, a shift in board governance sparked a renewed vision for the future of interuniversity sport in Canada with the arrival of...

Anchored in the past

Casey Affleck turns in an award-worthy performance in writer/director Kenneth Lonergan’s captivating Manchester by the Sea, a family drama set on the shores of...

An unplanned journey

Two years ago, Chris Di Pietrantonio took the road less travelled and went from recreational weightlifter to Ontario junior weightlifting champion. It was a quick...

Rico’s breakout season

Christina Rico has been playing soccer for more than half of her life. Like many kids who went through a rite of passage playing...

UTM vet finds hope in losing season

The UTM tri-campus basketball team has had its struggles this season. In what could be called a rebuilding year, the team has gone without...

Regional loss for UTM

The OCAA badminton team was assembled in October and spent the past few months practising twice a week in Gym C, competing in three...

Embracing a new kind of sport

Humans are born with a competitive nature; a desire to be the best at something is what guides our lives regardless of what field...

Women’s hockey surges to first place

A team’s recipe for success is not easily quantifiable; there is a comingling of factors that determine whether they will succeed once they get...

What athletes say under the gun

Any fan of professional sports begins to notice a pattern among athletes during interviews. The language seems recycled, every athlete talking about either how...
video

Coach Salee, there and back again

The thought of going into sports as a career may seem unthinkable to most—especially in Canada, where if you’re not into hockey, there’s no...

Isaac Owusu: writing his own story

Isaac Owusu is an athlete. But like many students, his career goals were not set in stone while he was going through the motions...

U of T edges the Lions 3-2

On Saturday night, as superstars from the NHL laid back and enjoyed casually showcasing their skills as part of the NHL All-Star weekend skills...

Growing the game at UTM

If you walk through the lonely halls of Davis past Gym C at a late enough hour, you might hear the echo of a...

The next step in Lam Trinh’s legacy

With each passing month, a new UTM team is inducted into the world of OCAA. Next on the docket is badminton, which the Eagles...

Sabina Iqbal’s season to remember

“The best team doesn’t win, the best team wins.” For Sabina Iqbal, this quote from nine-year head coach John DeSouza perfectly sums up the Varsity...

Two championship wins in two days

In the span of two days, UTM won two championships in Division 1 and tri-campus men’s outdoor soccer. This marks the first time in...

Bringing it all back home to Canada

“Life works in interesting ways,” says Sam Dumcum, reflecting on his unconventional journey to UTM. This fall, Sam became a full-time student. Having spent six...

UTM schools Skule in rugby final

With the semester nearing its end, the leaves changing colour, and the temperatures beginning to dip, it’s finally time for sports to take in...

Varsity Eagles off on the right foot

UTM participated in its first OCAA competition as the Varsity Eagles last month at Seneca’s King City campus for the varsity cross country team’s...

Blues pitcher winds up great season

Fastpitch, a high-speed variant of softball, is not a sport you may be familiar with—although it’s a staple at the Summer Olympics. In fastpitch,...

Marra brothers leave Varsity Blues

The Varsity Blues football team walked off the field with a 61-13 victory over the University of Waterloo. The game marked the eighth and...

Rotman returns to UTM

The revamped Division 1 UTM Eagles basketball team played their third game of the season on Wednesday against reigning champs Rotman A in a...

What it takes to make a varsity team

Students who are yearning for the opportunity to represent UTM as the Varsity Eagles may be wondering what it’ll take to don the blue,...

Huggon motivates UTM to get fit

Move U’s Motivator took place on September 26 as the first event of its kind by the RAWC’s fitness crew. The event was a...

In a league of our own

UTM’s entrance into the OCAA has shaken up the school’s sports landscape and could well create a whole new sports culture on campus for...

Piazza leads the pack

The Varsity Blues women’s soccer program is on the upswing. Offence does indeed win games, and in the eight regular season games the Blues...

Athletics council giddies up

On a chilly Thursday night, the Blind Duck pub transformed into a honky-tonk hotspot. Flocks of UTM students dressed from head to toe in...

The science of a field goal

Eric Hewitson is a Varsity Blues football kicker. He is a second-year English major at UTM, balancing football and contributing to The Medium in...

Shadowing the life of a TIFF volunteer

For the past three years, I’ve had the privilege of volunteering at the Toronto International Film Festival. While the role of a volunteer isn’t...

Sports clinic sees 50% non-students

Tucked away near the hallway that connects the main gym and Gym C, the Sports Clinic is a common sight for those who walk...

UTM readies, aims, fires

The UTM Archery club will be shooting for the bulls-eye every Monday night in Gym C from 8 to10 p.m., and you don’t need...

Faded Glory

"The good old days." The phrase evokes the nostalgia of a simpler, happier time. For the students currently at UTM, those moments may just be...

Always up for a challenge

One of the best-kept secrets in UTM sports may just be our rugby team. The attendance at games may not be near what sports...

Participation up this year in sports

The RAWC reports that UTM’s campus rec program set an all-time high in participation this year, with an overall total of 149 teams competing...

U of T struggling to fund varsity teams

March marks the end of all Varsity Blues sports programs at U of T until their fall return. Sadly, many students likely aren’t concerned....

Disabled welcome but not catered to

The world’s obsession with the Olympic Games seems to cool down after the flame is extinguished. And though only three weeks have passed, the...

Remarks, old tensions spark brawl

You might not see them playing, but every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, ball hockey players face off against each other in campus rec intramural...

In the ring with Brandon Rynka

Wrestling, a sport only seen in its purest form during the Olympics, is something more than you think. It’s a combat sport that involves pure...

Nolan Anderson’s game plan

Most students at UTM strive to better themselves academically. But swimming in coursework can become overwhelming, and many student use athletics to beat school-related...

The scandal of bullying in the locker room

After Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito was accused of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin, forcing Martin to sit out the remainder of the season, there’s...

Marchione helps grow the game

Rugby is by no means a North American sport. Of the four major sports Canadians pay attention to, football is the one rugby is...

UTM’s Watson wins polo title

Strength, endurance, quick reflexes, and awareness—these are the requirements of a successful water polo player. For UTM’s Stephanie Watson, these abilities come naturally. Watson plays...

OUT on LGBTQ athletes

[email protected] held a queer sports seminar on Tuesday, January 21, during Pride Week to discuss homosexual identity in relation to sports. Homosexuality is a...

Argos no longer practise at UTM

The University of Toronto has informed the Toronto Argonauts that they can no longer use the practice facility at the Mississauga campus. Rumours surrounding the...

Blues strike last-place Thunderbirds

The Varsity Blues women’s basketball team stormed the court last Friday in the hopes of turning their season around with eight games remaining. The team...

Maple Leafs have no time to lose

The Toronto Maple Leafs have had their fair share of ups and downs over the course of the 2013/14 regular season. They went in...

Gender imbalance in Varsity

The NHL, NBA, NFL, and MLB are the four major sports leagues in North America. Though each of these leagues represents a different sport,...

Plants and Animals | La La Land

Imagine if Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes hadn’t yet reached their potential as musicians and combined to form a super-group. Since that very idea...

The goalkeeper with her own goals

If baseball is America’s pastime, hockey is Canada’s lifeblood. Growing up in Canada, you’re privy to a show of hockey fanaticism at its finest,...

Fighting to keep the right to fight

Hockey has changed drastically over the past century. Goalies have been required to wear helmets, for example. Concussions are now a common occurrence, taking...

UTM gets active with MoveU

It’s that time of year again: midway through the fall semester, with assignments piling, deadline dates looming, and tests fast approaching, students trade their...

“Manny” a key player for the Blues

Thriving in a new environment is hard for most athletes. The pressure that comes with learning to gel with a new team and adopt...

A star-studded and sombre success

This year has been one of the best for film in a long while. Many of the films that premiered at TIFF 2013 have...

Little support for sports

Dear Editor,   I try to attend as many UTM sports games as I can. Of course, having a busy school schedule doesn’t always permit my...

U of T’s Brett Willows backs up the Leafs

On a regular night, while out to dinner with his teammates, Brett Willows sat at the Noodle Bowl on Spadina, ordered his meal, and...

Varsity Blues football breaks records

On a rainy afternoon on Saturday, October 19, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues took to the field for their final game of the...

Kicking it with Blues’ Eric Hewitson

The privilege of playing at the varsity level in university is something few get the chance to experience. For Eric Hewitson, a second-year English...

Taking a spin on the hydroriders

You might be privy to the buzz if you spend enough time pumping iron and running laps in the RAWC, but for those who...

Varsity Blues defeat Carleton Ravens

Sporting an embarrassing 1‒4 record more than halfway through the season, the Varsity Blues took to the field on the evening of Friday, September...

Jay Malinowski | Bright Lights & Bruises

Jay Malinowski Bright Lights & Bruises Jay Malinowski: You may not know the name, but you’ll know the raspy voice when you hear it. He’s the...

All bad things must come to an end

The school bell rang, students were sitting at their desks, and Mr. White’s class had begun. Breaking Bad follows a milquetoast chemistry teacher whose...

RAWC offers sports galore

For a first-year student, the transition into university life can be stressful. Unfortunately, gym class is not available in university, making the “freshman 15”...

The Medium at TIFF, Part 2

August: Osage County An ensemble of Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor, Chris Cooper, Abigail Breslin, Juliette Lewis, and Benedict Cumberbatch star in August: Osage...

Varsity Blues silenced by Gryphons

In their fifth game of the season, and the third on home soil, the Toronto Varsity Blues attempted to reach .500 against the University...

One slate and one independent candidate run for UTM Athletic Council

The UTM Athletic Council will be holding their annual for the 2013/14 school year, though it is very different from years past.   UTMAC’s candidates can...

Coach Carlyle’s style

The Toronto Maple Leafs are past the halfway point of a shortened NHL season, and find themselves somewhere they haven’t been since 2004: the...

Seeking representation

Last week, we covered the disqualification of the UTM tri-campus men’s hockey following a registration technicality, an unfortunate end to a promising season (“Technical...

Technical elimination

As the UTM tri-campus men’s hockey team prepared for a trip to the finals, they were surprised to receive an email from league officials...

The Argos are coming

Last month, we covered the Toronto Blue Jays’ plan to lay down real grass in the Rogers Centre, and how the resulting logistical issues...

Sprint to the very end

In a year in which we’ve been bombarded with sports scandals, the recent news of famed Olympic and Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius shooting and...

You win some, you lose some

As the Toronto Argonauts come away from their celebration as champions of the Grey Cup, it will be noticed that the team has made...

The grass is always greener

A landmark of Toronto and home to two of the city’s most beloved sports teams, the Rogers Centre has become a tourist attraction and...

What to look for in Super Bowl XLVII

Very rarely does a sporting event attain such status that even non-fanatics will take in the action. The Super Bowl is not only the...

Armstrong riding dirty

As the headlines of the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s mid-2012 investigation of the renowned American cyclist Lance Armstrong made their way into the world...

A miracle on ice

Since early September, tensions have run high between the NHL’s Players Association and its Board of Governors, who were unable to come to an...

Team Canada gets iced

Hockey fans experiencing symptoms of withdrawal from the lack of hockey on their TVs and nursing a Christmas hangover spent their Boxing Day in...

UTM men’s tri-campus volleyball

As the opening serve echoed throughout the RAWC at the beginning of the UTM Eagles’ game against the UTSC Maroons in the men’s tri-campus...

An unexpected triumph

As the opening serve echoed throughout the RAWC at the beginning of the UTM Eagles’ game against the UTSC Maroons in the men’s tri-campus...

Women’s victory at home

Thursday’s women’s tri-campus volleyball game between the UTM Eagles and the UTSC Maroons brought many fans to the RAWC to root for their teams. As...

UTMAC gives back

The UTM Dance Team hosted Dance Pub last Thursday in the Blind Duck for the eager patrons looking to celebrate an evening of dance...

Anthony Krmek, leader of Div 1 White

It takes heart, competitiveness, and dedication to be a successful leader. As the world has taken heed of the recent U.S. presidential election, it...

Falling on their behinds

On Sunday, the UTM tri-campus men’s soccer and the St. George Red soccer teams braved the cold to face off in a fierce battle...

Spiking her way to success

A team’s success can be attributed to innumerable different factors, including the skill of the players, the strength of the competition, and plain luck....

Affleck’s blockbuster thrills

Ben Affleck’s much-hyped Argo, which played in early September at the Toronto International Film Festival, is utterly satisfying and definitely worthy of all the...

A surge of super-teams in the NBA

After an off-season that saw one blockbuster trade after another, the NBA is set to begin a new season on Tuesday, October 30, giving...

Low impact, low resistance, intense workout

As students begin another year of seemingly endless readings, essays, and tests, it’s good to know that the RAWC is on their side when...

The promise of UTMAC’s new leader

The UTM student body had the opportunity to elect a new president for the UTM Athletic Council last March. By an ever-so-slight margin of...

New era of Canadian university sport

In The Medium’s last interview with Graham Brown, published September 19 2016, we talked about the strategy in place to grow the CIS as...

The lucrative strategy of the CIS

Ten months ago, a shift in board governance sparked a renewed vision for the future of interuniversity sport in Canada with the arrival of...

Anchored in the past

Casey Affleck turns in an award-worthy performance in writer/director Kenneth Lonergan’s captivating Manchester by the Sea, a family drama set on the shores of...

An unplanned journey

Two years ago, Chris Di Pietrantonio took the road less travelled and went from recreational weightlifter to Ontario junior weightlifting champion. It was a quick...

Rico’s breakout season

Christina Rico has been playing soccer for more than half of her life. Like many kids who went through a rite of passage playing...

UTM vet finds hope in losing season

The UTM tri-campus basketball team has had its struggles this season. In what could be called a rebuilding year, the team has gone without...

Regional loss for UTM

The OCAA badminton team was assembled in October and spent the past few months practising twice a week in Gym C, competing in three...

Embracing a new kind of sport

Humans are born with a competitive nature; a desire to be the best at something is what guides our lives regardless of what field...

Women’s hockey surges to first place

A team’s recipe for success is not easily quantifiable; there is a comingling of factors that determine whether they will succeed once they get...

What athletes say under the gun

Any fan of professional sports begins to notice a pattern among athletes during interviews. The language seems recycled, every athlete talking about either how...
video

Coach Salee, there and back again

The thought of going into sports as a career may seem unthinkable to most—especially in Canada, where if you’re not into hockey, there’s no...

Isaac Owusu: writing his own story

Isaac Owusu is an athlete. But like many students, his career goals were not set in stone while he was going through the motions...

U of T edges the Lions 3-2

On Saturday night, as superstars from the NHL laid back and enjoyed casually showcasing their skills as part of the NHL All-Star weekend skills...

Growing the game at UTM

If you walk through the lonely halls of Davis past Gym C at a late enough hour, you might hear the echo of a...

The next step in Lam Trinh’s legacy

With each passing month, a new UTM team is inducted into the world of OCAA. Next on the docket is badminton, which the Eagles...

Sabina Iqbal’s season to remember

“The best team doesn’t win, the best team wins.” For Sabina Iqbal, this quote from nine-year head coach John DeSouza perfectly sums up the Varsity...

Two championship wins in two days

In the span of two days, UTM won two championships in Division 1 and tri-campus men’s outdoor soccer. This marks the first time in...

Bringing it all back home to Canada

“Life works in interesting ways,” says Sam Dumcum, reflecting on his unconventional journey to UTM. This fall, Sam became a full-time student. Having spent six...

UTM schools Skule in rugby final

With the semester nearing its end, the leaves changing colour, and the temperatures beginning to dip, it’s finally time for sports to take in...

Varsity Eagles off on the right foot

UTM participated in its first OCAA competition as the Varsity Eagles last month at Seneca’s King City campus for the varsity cross country team’s...

Blues pitcher winds up great season

Fastpitch, a high-speed variant of softball, is not a sport you may be familiar with—although it’s a staple at the Summer Olympics. In fastpitch,...

Marra brothers leave Varsity Blues

The Varsity Blues football team walked off the field with a 61-13 victory over the University of Waterloo. The game marked the eighth and...

Rotman returns to UTM

The revamped Division 1 UTM Eagles basketball team played their third game of the season on Wednesday against reigning champs Rotman A in a...

What it takes to make a varsity team

Students who are yearning for the opportunity to represent UTM as the Varsity Eagles may be wondering what it’ll take to don the blue,...

In a league of our own

UTM’s entrance into the OCAA has shaken up the school’s sports landscape and could well create a whole new sports culture on campus for...

Piazza leads the pack

The Varsity Blues women’s soccer program is on the upswing. Offence does indeed win games, and in the eight regular season games the Blues...

Athletics council giddies up

On a chilly Thursday night, the Blind Duck pub transformed into a honky-tonk hotspot. Flocks of UTM students dressed from head to toe in...

The science of a field goal

Eric Hewitson is a Varsity Blues football kicker. He is a second-year English major at UTM, balancing football and contributing to The Medium in...

Shadowing the life of a TIFF volunteer

For the past three years, I’ve had the privilege of volunteering at the Toronto International Film Festival. While the role of a volunteer isn’t...

Sports clinic sees 50% non-students

Tucked away near the hallway that connects the main gym and Gym C, the Sports Clinic is a common sight for those who walk...

UTM readies, aims, fires

The UTM Archery club will be shooting for the bulls-eye every Monday night in Gym C from 8 to10 p.m., and you don’t need...

Faded Glory

"The good old days." The phrase evokes the nostalgia of a simpler, happier time. For the students currently at UTM, those moments may just be...

Always up for a challenge

One of the best-kept secrets in UTM sports may just be our rugby team. The attendance at games may not be near what sports...

Participation up this year in sports

The RAWC reports that UTM’s campus rec program set an all-time high in participation this year, with an overall total of 149 teams competing...

U of T struggling to fund varsity teams

March marks the end of all Varsity Blues sports programs at U of T until their fall return. Sadly, many students likely aren’t concerned....

Disabled welcome but not catered to

The world’s obsession with the Olympic Games seems to cool down after the flame is extinguished. And though only three weeks have passed, the...

Remarks, old tensions spark brawl

You might not see them playing, but every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, ball hockey players face off against each other in campus rec intramural...

In the ring with Brandon Rynka

Wrestling, a sport only seen in its purest form during the Olympics, is something more than you think. It’s a combat sport that involves pure...

Nolan Anderson’s game plan

Most students at UTM strive to better themselves academically. But swimming in coursework can become overwhelming, and many student use athletics to beat school-related...

The scandal of bullying in the locker room

After Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito was accused of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin, forcing Martin to sit out the remainder of the season, there’s...

Marchione helps grow the game

Rugby is by no means a North American sport. Of the four major sports Canadians pay attention to, football is the one rugby is...

UTM’s Watson wins polo title

Strength, endurance, quick reflexes, and awareness—these are the requirements of a successful water polo player. For UTM’s Stephanie Watson, these abilities come naturally. Watson plays...

OUT on LGBTQ athletes

[email protected] held a queer sports seminar on Tuesday, January 21, during Pride Week to discuss homosexual identity in relation to sports. Homosexuality is a...

Argos no longer practise at UTM

The University of Toronto has informed the Toronto Argonauts that they can no longer use the practice facility at the Mississauga campus. Rumours surrounding the...

Blues strike last-place Thunderbirds

The Varsity Blues women’s basketball team stormed the court last Friday in the hopes of turning their season around with eight games remaining. The team...

Maple Leafs have no time to lose

The Toronto Maple Leafs have had their fair share of ups and downs over the course of the 2013/14 regular season. They went in...

Gender imbalance in Varsity

The NHL, NBA, NFL, and MLB are the four major sports leagues in North America. Though each of these leagues represents a different sport,...

Plants and Animals | La La Land

Imagine if Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes hadn’t yet reached their potential as musicians and combined to form a super-group. Since that very idea...

The goalkeeper with her own goals

If baseball is America’s pastime, hockey is Canada’s lifeblood. Growing up in Canada, you’re privy to a show of hockey fanaticism at its finest,...

Fighting to keep the right to fight

Hockey has changed drastically over the past century. Goalies have been required to wear helmets, for example. Concussions are now a common occurrence, taking...

UTM gets active with MoveU

It’s that time of year again: midway through the fall semester, with assignments piling, deadline dates looming, and tests fast approaching, students trade their...

“Manny” a key player for the Blues

Thriving in a new environment is hard for most athletes. The pressure that comes with learning to gel with a new team and adopt...

A star-studded and sombre success

This year has been one of the best for film in a long while. Many of the films that premiered at TIFF 2013 have...

Little support for sports

Dear Editor,   I try to attend as many UTM sports games as I can. Of course, having a busy school schedule doesn’t always permit my...

U of T’s Brett Willows backs up the Leafs

On a regular night, while out to dinner with his teammates, Brett Willows sat at the Noodle Bowl on Spadina, ordered his meal, and...

Varsity Blues football breaks records

On a rainy afternoon on Saturday, October 19, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues took to the field for their final game of the...

Kicking it with Blues’ Eric Hewitson

The privilege of playing at the varsity level in university is something few get the chance to experience. For Eric Hewitson, a second-year English...

Taking a spin on the hydroriders

You might be privy to the buzz if you spend enough time pumping iron and running laps in the RAWC, but for those who...

Varsity Blues defeat Carleton Ravens

Sporting an embarrassing 1‒4 record more than halfway through the season, the Varsity Blues took to the field on the evening of Friday, September...

Jay Malinowski | Bright Lights & Bruises

Jay Malinowski Bright Lights & Bruises Jay Malinowski: You may not know the name, but you’ll know the raspy voice when you hear it. He’s the...

All bad things must come to an end

The school bell rang, students were sitting at their desks, and Mr. White’s class had begun. Breaking Bad follows a milquetoast chemistry teacher whose...

RAWC offers sports galore

For a first-year student, the transition into university life can be stressful. Unfortunately, gym class is not available in university, making the “freshman 15”...

The Medium at TIFF, Part 2

August: Osage County An ensemble of Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor, Chris Cooper, Abigail Breslin, Juliette Lewis, and Benedict Cumberbatch star in August: Osage...

Varsity Blues silenced by Gryphons

In their fifth game of the season, and the third on home soil, the Toronto Varsity Blues attempted to reach .500 against the University...

One slate and one independent candidate run for UTM Athletic Council

The UTM Athletic Council will be holding their annual for the 2013/14 school year, though it is very different from years past.   UTMAC’s candidates can...

Coach Carlyle’s style

The Toronto Maple Leafs are past the halfway point of a shortened NHL season, and find themselves somewhere they haven’t been since 2004: the...

Seeking representation

Last week, we covered the disqualification of the UTM tri-campus men’s hockey following a registration technicality, an unfortunate end to a promising season (“Technical...

Technical elimination

As the UTM tri-campus men’s hockey team prepared for a trip to the finals, they were surprised to receive an email from league officials...

The Argos are coming

Last month, we covered the Toronto Blue Jays’ plan to lay down real grass in the Rogers Centre, and how the resulting logistical issues...

Sprint to the very end

In a year in which we’ve been bombarded with sports scandals, the recent news of famed Olympic and Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius shooting and...

You win some, you lose some

As the Toronto Argonauts come away from their celebration as champions of the Grey Cup, it will be noticed that the team has made...

The grass is always greener

A landmark of Toronto and home to two of the city’s most beloved sports teams, the Rogers Centre has become a tourist attraction and...

What to look for in Super Bowl XLVII

Very rarely does a sporting event attain such status that even non-fanatics will take in the action. The Super Bowl is not only the...

Armstrong riding dirty

As the headlines of the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s mid-2012 investigation of the renowned American cyclist Lance Armstrong made their way into the world...

A miracle on ice

Since early September, tensions have run high between the NHL’s Players Association and its Board of Governors, who were unable to come to an...

Team Canada gets iced

Hockey fans experiencing symptoms of withdrawal from the lack of hockey on their TVs and nursing a Christmas hangover spent their Boxing Day in...

UTM men’s tri-campus volleyball

As the opening serve echoed throughout the RAWC at the beginning of the UTM Eagles’ game against the UTSC Maroons in the men’s tri-campus...

An unexpected triumph

As the opening serve echoed throughout the RAWC at the beginning of the UTM Eagles’ game against the UTSC Maroons in the men’s tri-campus...

Women’s victory at home

Thursday’s women’s tri-campus volleyball game between the UTM Eagles and the UTSC Maroons brought many fans to the RAWC to root for their teams. As...

UTMAC gives back

The UTM Dance Team hosted Dance Pub last Thursday in the Blind Duck for the eager patrons looking to celebrate an evening of dance...

Anthony Krmek, leader of Div 1 White

It takes heart, competitiveness, and dedication to be a successful leader. As the world has taken heed of the recent U.S. presidential election, it...

Falling on their behinds

On Sunday, the UTM tri-campus men’s soccer and the St. George Red soccer teams braved the cold to face off in a fierce battle...

Spiking her way to success

A team’s success can be attributed to innumerable different factors, including the skill of the players, the strength of the competition, and plain luck....

Affleck’s blockbuster thrills

Ben Affleck’s much-hyped Argo, which played in early September at the Toronto International Film Festival, is utterly satisfying and definitely worthy of all the...

A surge of super-teams in the NBA

After an off-season that saw one blockbuster trade after another, the NBA is set to begin a new season on Tuesday, October 30, giving...

Low impact, low resistance, intense workout

As students begin another year of seemingly endless readings, essays, and tests, it’s good to know that the RAWC is on their side when...

The promise of UTMAC’s new leader

The UTM student body had the opportunity to elect a new president for the UTM Athletic Council last March. By an ever-so-slight margin of...

Huggon motivates UTM to get fit

Move U’s Motivator took place on September 26 as the first event of its kind by the RAWC’s fitness crew. The event was a...
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