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Jessica Cabral

Jessica Cabral

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  • Associate Features Editor (2016/17)

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A year to remember for UTM athletes

 
As the end of another semester draws near, the UTM Eagles get ready to wrap up their athletic season. From hockey championships to badminton...

Grad launches “Help the Homeless”

 
All it took was one encounter with a homeless individual on the streets of downtown Toronto for Rebecca Kaushal, a recent UTM graduate, to...

SMA to host Finance Cup

 
On Sunday March 19, the Student Management Association will hold the first ever UTM Finance Cup. Tailored towards the finance realm of business, participants...

Living Library returns with new “books”

 
On February 16, the Human Living Library returned for a fifth year, featuring books such as Gurveer Bains (a U of T Ph.D. student),...

Eyes set on the Miss World Canada crown

 
The Miss World slogan is “beauty with a purpose,” and for Rudrakshi Chakrabarti, a third-year UTM student with a double major in biology for...

An exciting time for co-ed volleyball

 
Last Thursday, the UTM Campus Rec Coed Intramural volleyball teams bumped, set, and spiked their way closer to earning a spot in the division...

Chef Corbin brings in meals on wheels

 
When you think of food truck cuisine, what comes to mind? Maybe your thoughts drift to images of mouth-watering hotdogs loaded with your favourite...

Devon, UTM’s newest Loran Scholar

 
Each year, the Loran Scholars Foundation awards Canada’s largest undergraduate scholarship, to the next generation of great leaders. The scholarship is valued at approximately...

The “real” CSI: not as seen on TV

 
For some, binge watching all 11 seasons of Criminal Minds in a matter of a few weeks can be considered a remarkable feat. For...

Will an AI-composed carol top the charts?

 
Although January provides us with the opportunity to embrace the New Year and toss the events of 2016 behind us, we’re still savouring the...

What can you find in a Good Food Box?

 
In February of 1994, FoodShare Toronto, a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering healthy food and food education to schools and communities, packed their first...

Polanyi recipient Wright speaks out

 
In early November, Dr. Daniel Wright, an assistant professor in the English and drama department at UTM, was awarded the Polyani Prize for his...

The face behind the popular SOC100

 
Have you or your friends taken SOC100? How many of them are pursuing a major or minor in sociology? Until I mentioned it to...

Is there more to compassion and awe?

 
How are positive emotions correlated to health? Do complex emotions, such as compassion, gratitude, and awe elicit beneficial physiological changes within individuals? Can experiencing...

Pedaling to cure children’s cancer

 
After raising $12,500 last year in support of curing children with cancer, UTM’s BioTech Investment club is back and ready to get pedalling for...

Beyond the classroom: internships

UTM offers internship courses, where third- and fourth-year undergraduate students work for 100-200 hours of high quality, unpaid, university-sponsored work. Several departments offer these...

U of T: home to the oldest book in CA

 
About two months ago, U of T’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library purchased a 1507 copy of The Golden Legend, making it the oldest...

A new year, a new lineup for UTM

 
In March 2016, the UTM community came together to elect a fresh group of seven individuals that would soon build the UTM Athletic Council...

A year to remember for UTM athletes

 
As the end of another semester draws near, the UTM Eagles get ready to wrap up their athletic season. From hockey championships to badminton...

Grad launches “Help the Homeless”

 
All it took was one encounter with a homeless individual on the streets of downtown Toronto for Rebecca Kaushal, a recent UTM graduate, to...

SMA to host Finance Cup

 
On Sunday March 19, the Student Management Association will hold the first ever UTM Finance Cup. Tailored towards the finance realm of business, participants...

Living Library returns with new “books”

 
On February 16, the Human Living Library returned for a fifth year, featuring books such as Gurveer Bains (a U of T Ph.D. student),...

Eyes set on the Miss World Canada crown

 
The Miss World slogan is “beauty with a purpose,” and for Rudrakshi Chakrabarti, a third-year UTM student with a double major in biology for...

An exciting time for co-ed volleyball

 
Last Thursday, the UTM Campus Rec Coed Intramural volleyball teams bumped, set, and spiked their way closer to earning a spot in the division...

Chef Corbin brings in meals on wheels

 
When you think of food truck cuisine, what comes to mind? Maybe your thoughts drift to images of mouth-watering hotdogs loaded with your favourite...

Devon, UTM’s newest Loran Scholar

 
Each year, the Loran Scholars Foundation awards Canada’s largest undergraduate scholarship, to the next generation of great leaders. The scholarship is valued at approximately...

The “real” CSI: not as seen on TV

 
For some, binge watching all 11 seasons of Criminal Minds in a matter of a few weeks can be considered a remarkable feat. For...

Will an AI-composed carol top the charts?

 
Although January provides us with the opportunity to embrace the New Year and toss the events of 2016 behind us, we’re still savouring the...

What can you find in a Good Food Box?

 
In February of 1994, FoodShare Toronto, a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering healthy food and food education to schools and communities, packed their first...

Polanyi recipient Wright speaks out

 
In early November, Dr. Daniel Wright, an assistant professor in the English and drama department at UTM, was awarded the Polyani Prize for his...

The face behind the popular SOC100

 
Have you or your friends taken SOC100? How many of them are pursuing a major or minor in sociology? Until I mentioned it to...

Is there more to compassion and awe?

 
How are positive emotions correlated to health? Do complex emotions, such as compassion, gratitude, and awe elicit beneficial physiological changes within individuals? Can experiencing...

Pedaling to cure children’s cancer

 
After raising $12,500 last year in support of curing children with cancer, UTM’s BioTech Investment club is back and ready to get pedalling for...

Beyond the classroom: internships

UTM offers internship courses, where third- and fourth-year undergraduate students work for 100-200 hours of high quality, unpaid, university-sponsored work. Several departments offer these...

U of T: home to the oldest book in CA

 
About two months ago, U of T’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library purchased a 1507 copy of The Golden Legend, making it the oldest...

A new year, a new lineup for UTM

 
In March 2016, the UTM community came together to elect a fresh group of seven individuals that would soon build the UTM Athletic Council...
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