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Huang’s unbroken perseverance

Shuya Huang is a first-year Ph.D. student in chemistry from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Before joining UTM, she completed her undergrad at Dalhousie University, where...

Settling the stress at UTM

When the August bliss starts to fade and September comes onto the scene, those first weeks of the new school year can quickly become...

UTM food options

Colman Commons (OPH) Winning features:Make your own smoothie bar Overall most spacious and quiet dining areaIn my opinion, this place may be the most underrated space...

Students help construct Milton townhouse

A safe place to call home—it’s something that many of us take for granted.On October 24, a group of 23 UTM students visited a...

Going digital with woes: the modern-day diary

The ability to document every moment is a tool unique to the lives of millennials. While our parents may have written about their day...

Group fitness creates friendly competition

As students, we’ve heard countless times how important it is to maintain a healthy lifestyle. A big part of remaining physically fit is making...

Is UTM just a pit stop on the way to a...

When meeting someone new at UTM, three common questions are typically asked: “What’s your name? What year are you in? What are you studying?”...

A love letter to the 110

The 110 might be both the most celebrated and the most hated bus route that passes through the UTM campus. Created back in 2007...

Rhythm’s latest fireproof show

At Theatre Erindale last Friday night, the UTM dance group Rhythm treated a packed house to their original show Fireproof. The show was a...

The cost of a cuppa

With so many students forced to trek from the temporary bus stops of the strike, the best option for a quick warm-up is usually...

Fad diets that fizzle nutritionally

Learning how to navigate the jungle of food and nutrition can be a struggle for university students. Whether you’re living on your own for...

Comedic dysfunction

After writing my fall exams, Jenny Lawson’s darkly hilarious memoir Let’s Pretend This Never Happened was just the pick-me-up I needed.The story follows Lawson—widely...
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