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AIESEC at UTM

AIESEC, formerly known as the International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences, is an organization which works to find internship opportunities for...

Author Barbara Gowdy visits UTM

Barbara Gowdy, a Canadian author and writer in residence at U of T St. George, spoke to a crowd at UTM on March 8....

UTM aids in Japan crisis

Last week’s devastation in Japan left an estimated 10,000 people dead and another 10,000 missing.On March 11 a magnitude 8.9 earthquake hit the northeast...

Students claim to be unfairly disqualified

The U of T Student Union elections have undergone controversy after a slate of opposition candidates have boycotted the elections, claiming the process is...

Facing your firsts

There is absolutely a first time for everything, since we’re not born with experiences but rather endure them throughout our lives. When it comes...

Fire Alarm in the Davis Building

The morning of February 16 saw hundreds of students, faculty, and staff gather outside the Davis building after a fire alarm went off. Students...

QSS fee increases

UTMSU and University Faculty came together on February 14 for a QSS Special Purpose meeting in order to discuss fee increases and vote on...

You’ve got [email protected] mail

The U of T email system is undergoing major changes. The whole UTORMail system will be changing hosts as U of T is exploring...

Mayor McCallion gets flash mobbed

On February 9, UTM students, faculty, and staff gathered in the lobby outside the RAWC to surprise the mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion, with...

P.A.U.S.E. for Variety Night

On February 17, the Psychology Association of Undergrad Students in Erindale will be holding its annual Variety Night at the Blind Duck. Doors open...

Looking back inspires the future

Last Tuesday, Caribbean Connections, Erindale Campus African Student Association, and UTMSU came together to launch the start of Black History Month. This month’s theme...

Health Science Complex gets donation

Terrence Donnelly, a philanthropist and retired lawyer, donated $12 million to UTM’s new Health Sciences Complex, which is expected to open in August. This...

eTextbooks offer cheaper alternative for pricey text books

A new and cheaper alternative to buying textbooks is now available. CourseSmart, an online catalogue, offers students the opportunity to buy textbooks viewable on...

Student group asks UTSU tough questions

U of T’s General Assembly was held on January 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Multifaith Centre. The UTSU-sponsored assembly was meant...

The Family

I look down at my diamond-encrusted Kenneth Cole watch. The long silver hand nears the 7 as the short hand hovers between 10 and...

Student services propose fee increases

In late November, December, and January, UTMSU and UTSU participated in the Quality Service to Students council to shape operating plans and budgets.Voting at...

Many mourn Kirran Shoaib

UTM students and faculty as well as Kirran Shoaib’s friends and family gathered in the Mist Theatre on January 20 from 12 to 1...

Suicide by Facebook

Simone Back, a depressed woman of Brighton, East Sussex, UK, committed suicide on Christmas as her 1,000+ Facebook friends mocked a note she left...

Woman fakes pregnancy and abducts baby

Michelle Marie Gopaul, a 24-year-old Manhattan model and actress, is being charged with kidnapping a three-month-old baby.Gopaul travelled to Toronto on November 12 on...

UTM grad John Roberts joins Fox

Born and raised in Mississauga, John Roberts, a member of the Canadian Broadcasting Hall of Fame, is leaving CNN’s American Morning to join Fox...

50 percent voter turnout saves U-Pass

50 percent of eligible students voted in the UTMSU referendum to continue the eight month U-Pass and introduce a new summer U-Pass for students...

CRA raises funds and awareness

Continental Rescue Africa, a Canadian non-profit organization, aims to empower youth and women to take charge and become leaders of the future. The organization...

Professor Greene granted award of $25 000

Professor Richard Greene of UTM’s English department was chosen out of 171 applicants as the winner of the 2010 Governor General’s Literary Award for...

Who not to sit next to on the bus

You’re rushing to get to class, you hop on the bus, but there are no two empty seats side by side. Do you just...

31 percent increase proposed for U-Pass

With the U-Pass vote beginning Tuesday, UTMSU has been campaigning for the last two weeks in an effort to encourage students to vote yes...

Will you pass a summer U-Pass?

The student union, UTMSU, is campaigning for the addition of a new summer U-Pass. For the past four years, full-time UTM students have had...

Interpol seeks former UTM student

Interpol, the world’s largest police organization has issued a warrant at the Ontario Provincial Police’s request for an arrest of Salman An-noor Hossain, a...

UTM remembers the fallen

Hundreds of faculty, staff, and students sporting poppies on jackets, coats, and bags gathered outside the William G. Davis building on November 11 to...

Morning Glory has that zing

Everyone remembers a horrible job they had, where their work wasn’t seen and they weren’t respected. Those are the jobs people want to forget...

Students “Get Swabbed”

OneMatch, the stem cell and marrow network which is a division of Canadian Blood Services, visited the UTM campus on November 1. They set...

Healthy eating at UTM

University life can bring many changes and challenges, but for many students, a healthy diet is not high on the list of priorities. Skipping...

The Superintendent

My cell phone alarm clock blares. I roll over to face my bedside table and pick up my purple LG phone. I click the...

Wicked paints the town green

After breaking the box office in its 2005-6 Toronto run, Wicked is back in town at the Canon Theatre, and selling out fast. The...

Red Cross charity-and pub tickets for $1

UTM Red Cross, an organization that raises funds and generates awareness for those in need, held a Halloween fundraiser to support child soldiers in...

More money for ECSpeRT responders

Last week saw ECSpeRT  (Erindale College Special Response Team)  held a referendum to increase their  student levy by 30¢ per semester. The new levy...

New Principal and Vice President at UTM

On October 20, Professor Hargurdeep (Deep) Saini was formally installed as the new principal of UTM and vice-president of U of T. Saini is...

Men don heels on the five minute walk

On October 19, students gathered outside the Student Centre to “walk 5 minutes in her shoes”. The annual event, hosted by the UTM Women’s...

The face of fundraising

On October 13, UCS hosted the Fair for Hope, UTM’s annual charity event to find a cure for cancer. Held between 12 and 3...

Youth among the most heavily affected by mental illness

Mental Illness Awareness Week, an annual public campaign to acknowledge the reality of mental illness in Canada, is on now from October 3 to...

Parking deck construction stalled due to weather conditions

Don’t expect the sight of huge trucks, heavy machinery, and hard hats around UTM to go away anytime soon. Several multi-million-dollar projects around campus...

Homophobia hits home

Last Sunday a student’s door was vandalized in Oscar Peterson Hall. The words “FUCK YOU FAGGOT. EGYPTIAN SLAVE BOY” were written on the door...

Get experience on campus

The Get Experience Fair was held on September 22 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the RAWC. The goal of the fair was...

New bylaws for off-campus living

With the fall semester in full swing, many students have left home to live on their own, either in residence on campus or renting...

Frosh frenzy in Toronto

The annual Tri-Campus Parade, took place on Friday, September 10, when a couple hundred first-year students from UTM joined students from the St. George...

Graduates issued invalid diplomas last June

On September 7, recent UTM graduate students received an email from the Office of Convocation stating that their Spring 2010 UTM diploma contains an...

MiWay Mississauga transit

On Wednesday, September 8, UTM saw the arrival of the new Mississauga Transit bus, now named MiWay. The new bus was parked outside the...

U of T ranks 27th in the world

As classes begin, the Academic Ranking of World Universities has released its list of the top universities in the world for 2010. The University...

Construction continues to clog the campus

Construction at UTM continues with the building of a new parking deck in lot 8 across from the RAWC. The construction began on April...

Research reveals link between depression and smoking

A new study conducted by Michael Chaiton of the University of Toronto and Jennifer O’Loughlin of the University of Montreal reveals a connection between...

Can’t stop orientation week

Last week hundreds of first-year students visited UTM. The occasion was the annual Orientation Week hosted by the student union, UTMSU. Fun and games...

UTSU picks Stronger Together

On March 16-18, students at both UTM and St. George voted to elect the student union that represents over 40,000 U o f T...

New credit option for UTSU

The U of T Scarborough campus recently passed the option of the credit/no credit application to courses. UTSC students at can now have the...

U of T historian wins award

Dr. Natalie Zemon Davis, a U of T History scholar and Detroit native, has been awarded the Holberg International Memorial Prize, valued at about...

Mississauga Transit introduces new route

This week, a new Mississauga Transit route will come into operation, cutting the travel time from Square One Terminal to Westwood Mall roughly in half....

Happy buttons day from [email protected]

Last Thursday, [email protected] hosted its annual Buttons Day, an event that aims to take students’ minds off midterms and the many stresses that accompany...

Celebrating women on campus

Last Monday, the Women and Gender Studies Action Group and the Interim Place held a Women’s Day celebration at UTM.The night began in the...

MSA hosts annual awareness week

Last week, the Muslim Students’ Association held its annual Islam Awareness Week at UTM. Islam Awareness Week is the MSA’s largest event and includes...

African studies grant offered to U of T students

A new grant will soon be awarded to students in Ontario pursuing a degree in African Studies, thanks to a $25,000 donation from  Isaac...

Water awareness on campus

UTM hosted its first ever Water Awareness Week the week of February 9 to 11. The event consisted of informative displays and special events...

UTM professor ranks top ten in the country

On February 8, it was announced that UTM Biology Professor Monika Havelka became a finalist in TVO’s Best Lecturer Competition. Out of the initial...

Composting programs introduced at St. George

St. George campus recently introduced a new compost bin program to work towards a more environmentally friendly version of itself. The program saw green...

From North to South

Remember your first day at UTM? Remember feeling like you’d never find your classes when you realized they took place in more than one building? Here’s your guide to finding your way around UTM.

[email protected] educates students on gay blood donor ban

Last Wednesday, [email protected], the LGBTQ club on campus, set up a table to educate students on the policies that dont allow homosexual males to...

UTM's next principal announced

Last Thursday, President David Naylor and Vice-President and Provost Cheryl Misak announced that  Professor Hargurdeep (Deep) Saini had been appointed Vice President and Principal,...

Students show their pride all week

Last week, [email protected] hosted UTMs first Pride Week, with the goal of educating and informing students of the struggles and successes of the LGBTQ...

Part-time attendance for meet and greet

Last Friday, the UTMSU VP part-time Ibrahim Hindy hosted a meet-and-greet for part-time students. The goal was to discuss the challenges that part-time students...

UTM commission creates Haiti Coalition

On January 15, UTMSU held its fourth commission meeting of the year, led by president Joey Santiago. About twenty students gathered in the UTMSU...

Strike possible at Sheridan College

This week, about 700 professors, instructors, counselors and librarians at Sheridan College could end up on the picket line if negotiations and a strike...

Professor wins research award

UTM sociology Professor Josee Johnston, who teaches the Sociology of Food and Globalization course, has received the Early Researcher Award in the amount of...

Major renovations in the South Building for the new year

Last year, UTM welcomed new constructions of a new health centre and sciences building. The renovations, however, are far from over. Major changes are...

Season of giving starts with blood

An arrow pointed toward the Student Centre doors with the words "donate today" written in red. Inside, a sterile smell hung in the air. Chairs, tables and cabinets [...]

UTMSU AGM runs smoothly

UTMSUs 2009 Annual General Meeting took place last Thursday afternoon in the Council Chambers in the South Building. Attended by approximately 50 students, the...

Gender and Genocide week seeks to educate

November 2 marked the beginning of Gender and Genocide week at UTM. The weeklong event focused on bringing awareness to the horrors of genocide, such as gender-based genocide, culture-based genocide, and religious-based genocide. Movie screenings and information boards brought awareness to these horrific acts.

Feminism Discussed

On November 13, a group of women gathered in the South Building for a round table discussion about feminism.Posters covered the front of the...

Halloween pub night a treat

The Blind Duck pubs latest annual Halloween Bash saw a full house on the night of October 29 as vampires, fairies, naughty schoolgirls, Star...

Investors Beyond Borders aims to find a G.E.M

With environmental crises happening worldwide, Investors Beyond  Borders, a new student organization at UTM, strives to make a difference. According to its press release,...

First year election results

Elections for UTMSU first-year representatives took place this month as nine hopeful candidates ran for Division I representative positions. Campaigning began on October 5...

Ground breaks for Health Science Centre

A small orchestra of violins and cellos played in the background. Servers dressed in black and white passed around hors doeuvres. Three screens placed...

Safer sex with Sue Johanson

On September 22, UTM and the Sexual Education Centre welcomed renowned sex expert and sex thera- pist Sue Johanson to lead a discus- sion...

Clubs crowd campus

During the week of September 14 to 18, UTMs Student Centre buzzed with music and excitement as club booths filled the area. The annual...

South building to be renamed

Forty-two years after the opening of the UTM campus, the South Building will be renamed after the Honourable William G. Davis. This decision received...

Woman dies at U of T

Leah Kubik, 29, died after falling three storeys off the roof of a building at the St. George campus early on September 10. Kubik...

AIESEC at UTM

AIESEC, formerly known as the International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences, is an organization which works to find internship opportunities for...

Author Barbara Gowdy visits UTM

Barbara Gowdy, a Canadian author and writer in residence at U of T St. George, spoke to a crowd at UTM on March 8....

UTM aids in Japan crisis

Last week’s devastation in Japan left an estimated 10,000 people dead and another 10,000 missing.On March 11 a magnitude 8.9 earthquake hit the northeast...

Students claim to be unfairly disqualified

The U of T Student Union elections have undergone controversy after a slate of opposition candidates have boycotted the elections, claiming the process is...

Facing your firsts

There is absolutely a first time for everything, since we’re not born with experiences but rather endure them throughout our lives. When it comes...

Fire Alarm in the Davis Building

The morning of February 16 saw hundreds of students, faculty, and staff gather outside the Davis building after a fire alarm went off. Students...

QSS fee increases

UTMSU and University Faculty came together on February 14 for a QSS Special Purpose meeting in order to discuss fee increases and vote on...

You’ve got [email protected] mail

The U of T email system is undergoing major changes. The whole UTORMail system will be changing hosts as U of T is exploring...

Mayor McCallion gets flash mobbed

On February 9, UTM students, faculty, and staff gathered in the lobby outside the RAWC to surprise the mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion, with...

P.A.U.S.E. for Variety Night

On February 17, the Psychology Association of Undergrad Students in Erindale will be holding its annual Variety Night at the Blind Duck. Doors open...

Looking back inspires the future

Last Tuesday, Caribbean Connections, Erindale Campus African Student Association, and UTMSU came together to launch the start of Black History Month. This month’s theme...

Health Science Complex gets donation

Terrence Donnelly, a philanthropist and retired lawyer, donated $12 million to UTM’s new Health Sciences Complex, which is expected to open in August. This...

eTextbooks offer cheaper alternative for pricey text books

A new and cheaper alternative to buying textbooks is now available. CourseSmart, an online catalogue, offers students the opportunity to buy textbooks viewable on...

Student group asks UTSU tough questions

U of T’s General Assembly was held on January 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Multifaith Centre. The UTSU-sponsored assembly was meant...

The Family

I look down at my diamond-encrusted Kenneth Cole watch. The long silver hand nears the 7 as the short hand hovers between 10 and...

Student services propose fee increases

In late November, December, and January, UTMSU and UTSU participated in the Quality Service to Students council to shape operating plans and budgets.Voting at...

Many mourn Kirran Shoaib

UTM students and faculty as well as Kirran Shoaib’s friends and family gathered in the Mist Theatre on January 20 from 12 to 1...

Suicide by Facebook

Simone Back, a depressed woman of Brighton, East Sussex, UK, committed suicide on Christmas as her 1,000+ Facebook friends mocked a note she left...

Woman fakes pregnancy and abducts baby

Michelle Marie Gopaul, a 24-year-old Manhattan model and actress, is being charged with kidnapping a three-month-old baby.Gopaul travelled to Toronto on November 12 on...

UTM grad John Roberts joins Fox

Born and raised in Mississauga, John Roberts, a member of the Canadian Broadcasting Hall of Fame, is leaving CNN’s American Morning to join Fox...

50 percent voter turnout saves U-Pass

50 percent of eligible students voted in the UTMSU referendum to continue the eight month U-Pass and introduce a new summer U-Pass for students...

CRA raises funds and awareness

Continental Rescue Africa, a Canadian non-profit organization, aims to empower youth and women to take charge and become leaders of the future. The organization...

Professor Greene granted award of $25 000

Professor Richard Greene of UTM’s English department was chosen out of 171 applicants as the winner of the 2010 Governor General’s Literary Award for...

Who not to sit next to on the bus

You’re rushing to get to class, you hop on the bus, but there are no two empty seats side by side. Do you just...

31 percent increase proposed for U-Pass

With the U-Pass vote beginning Tuesday, UTMSU has been campaigning for the last two weeks in an effort to encourage students to vote yes...

Will you pass a summer U-Pass?

The student union, UTMSU, is campaigning for the addition of a new summer U-Pass. For the past four years, full-time UTM students have had...

Interpol seeks former UTM student

Interpol, the world’s largest police organization has issued a warrant at the Ontario Provincial Police’s request for an arrest of Salman An-noor Hossain, a...

UTM remembers the fallen

Hundreds of faculty, staff, and students sporting poppies on jackets, coats, and bags gathered outside the William G. Davis building on November 11 to...

Morning Glory has that zing

Everyone remembers a horrible job they had, where their work wasn’t seen and they weren’t respected. Those are the jobs people want to forget...

Students “Get Swabbed”

OneMatch, the stem cell and marrow network which is a division of Canadian Blood Services, visited the UTM campus on November 1. They set...

Healthy eating at UTM

University life can bring many changes and challenges, but for many students, a healthy diet is not high on the list of priorities. Skipping...

The Superintendent

My cell phone alarm clock blares. I roll over to face my bedside table and pick up my purple LG phone. I click the...

Wicked paints the town green

After breaking the box office in its 2005-6 Toronto run, Wicked is back in town at the Canon Theatre, and selling out fast. The...

Red Cross charity-and pub tickets for $1

UTM Red Cross, an organization that raises funds and generates awareness for those in need, held a Halloween fundraiser to support child soldiers in...

More money for ECSpeRT responders

Last week saw ECSpeRT  (Erindale College Special Response Team)  held a referendum to increase their  student levy by 30¢ per semester. The new levy...

New Principal and Vice President at UTM

On October 20, Professor Hargurdeep (Deep) Saini was formally installed as the new principal of UTM and vice-president of U of T. Saini is...

Men don heels on the five minute walk

On October 19, students gathered outside the Student Centre to “walk 5 minutes in her shoes”. The annual event, hosted by the UTM Women’s...

The face of fundraising

On October 13, UCS hosted the Fair for Hope, UTM’s annual charity event to find a cure for cancer. Held between 12 and 3...

Youth among the most heavily affected by mental illness

Mental Illness Awareness Week, an annual public campaign to acknowledge the reality of mental illness in Canada, is on now from October 3 to...

Homophobia hits home

Last Sunday a student’s door was vandalized in Oscar Peterson Hall. The words “FUCK YOU FAGGOT. EGYPTIAN SLAVE BOY” were written on the door...

Get experience on campus

The Get Experience Fair was held on September 22 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the RAWC. The goal of the fair was...

New bylaws for off-campus living

With the fall semester in full swing, many students have left home to live on their own, either in residence on campus or renting...

Frosh frenzy in Toronto

The annual Tri-Campus Parade, took place on Friday, September 10, when a couple hundred first-year students from UTM joined students from the St. George...

Graduates issued invalid diplomas last June

On September 7, recent UTM graduate students received an email from the Office of Convocation stating that their Spring 2010 UTM diploma contains an...

MiWay Mississauga transit

On Wednesday, September 8, UTM saw the arrival of the new Mississauga Transit bus, now named MiWay. The new bus was parked outside the...

U of T ranks 27th in the world

As classes begin, the Academic Ranking of World Universities has released its list of the top universities in the world for 2010. The University...

Construction continues to clog the campus

Construction at UTM continues with the building of a new parking deck in lot 8 across from the RAWC. The construction began on April...

Research reveals link between depression and smoking

A new study conducted by Michael Chaiton of the University of Toronto and Jennifer O’Loughlin of the University of Montreal reveals a connection between...

Can’t stop orientation week

Last week hundreds of first-year students visited UTM. The occasion was the annual Orientation Week hosted by the student union, UTMSU. Fun and games...

UTSU picks Stronger Together

On March 16-18, students at both UTM and St. George voted to elect the student union that represents over 40,000 U o f T...

New credit option for UTSU

The U of T Scarborough campus recently passed the option of the credit/no credit application to courses. UTSC students at can now have the...

U of T historian wins award

Dr. Natalie Zemon Davis, a U of T History scholar and Detroit native, has been awarded the Holberg International Memorial Prize, valued at about...

Mississauga Transit introduces new route

This week, a new Mississauga Transit route will come into operation, cutting the travel time from Square One Terminal to Westwood Mall roughly in half....

Happy buttons day from [email protected]

Last Thursday, [email protected] hosted its annual Buttons Day, an event that aims to take students’ minds off midterms and the many stresses that accompany...

Celebrating women on campus

Last Monday, the Women and Gender Studies Action Group and the Interim Place held a Women’s Day celebration at UTM.The night began in the...

MSA hosts annual awareness week

Last week, the Muslim Students’ Association held its annual Islam Awareness Week at UTM. Islam Awareness Week is the MSA’s largest event and includes...

African studies grant offered to U of T students

A new grant will soon be awarded to students in Ontario pursuing a degree in African Studies, thanks to a $25,000 donation from  Isaac...

Water awareness on campus

UTM hosted its first ever Water Awareness Week the week of February 9 to 11. The event consisted of informative displays and special events...

UTM professor ranks top ten in the country

On February 8, it was announced that UTM Biology Professor Monika Havelka became a finalist in TVO’s Best Lecturer Competition. Out of the initial...

Composting programs introduced at St. George

St. George campus recently introduced a new compost bin program to work towards a more environmentally friendly version of itself. The program saw green...

From North to South

Remember your first day at UTM? Remember feeling like you’d never find your classes when you realized they took place in more than one building? Here’s your guide to finding your way around UTM.

[email protected] educates students on gay blood donor ban

Last Wednesday, [email protected], the LGBTQ club on campus, set up a table to educate students on the policies that dont allow homosexual males to...

UTM's next principal announced

Last Thursday, President David Naylor and Vice-President and Provost Cheryl Misak announced that  Professor Hargurdeep (Deep) Saini had been appointed Vice President and Principal,...

Students show their pride all week

Last week, [email protected] hosted UTMs first Pride Week, with the goal of educating and informing students of the struggles and successes of the LGBTQ...

Part-time attendance for meet and greet

Last Friday, the UTMSU VP part-time Ibrahim Hindy hosted a meet-and-greet for part-time students. The goal was to discuss the challenges that part-time students...

UTM commission creates Haiti Coalition

On January 15, UTMSU held its fourth commission meeting of the year, led by president Joey Santiago. About twenty students gathered in the UTMSU...

Strike possible at Sheridan College

This week, about 700 professors, instructors, counselors and librarians at Sheridan College could end up on the picket line if negotiations and a strike...

Professor wins research award

UTM sociology Professor Josee Johnston, who teaches the Sociology of Food and Globalization course, has received the Early Researcher Award in the amount of...

Major renovations in the South Building for the new year

Last year, UTM welcomed new constructions of a new health centre and sciences building. The renovations, however, are far from over. Major changes are...

Season of giving starts with blood

An arrow pointed toward the Student Centre doors with the words "donate today" written in red. Inside, a sterile smell hung in the air. Chairs, tables and cabinets [...]

Feminism Discussed

On November 13, a group of women gathered in the South Building for a round table discussion about feminism.Posters covered the front of the...

Gender and Genocide week seeks to educate

November 2 marked the beginning of Gender and Genocide week at UTM. The weeklong event focused on bringing awareness to the horrors of genocide, such as gender-based genocide, culture-based genocide, and religious-based genocide. Movie screenings and information boards brought awareness to these horrific acts.

Halloween pub night a treat

The Blind Duck pubs latest annual Halloween Bash saw a full house on the night of October 29 as vampires, fairies, naughty schoolgirls, Star...

Investors Beyond Borders aims to find a G.E.M

With environmental crises happening worldwide, Investors Beyond  Borders, a new student organization at UTM, strives to make a difference. According to its press release,...

First year election results

Elections for UTMSU first-year representatives took place this month as nine hopeful candidates ran for Division I representative positions. Campaigning began on October 5...

Ground breaks for Health Science Centre

A small orchestra of violins and cellos played in the background. Servers dressed in black and white passed around hors doeuvres. Three screens placed...

Safer sex with Sue Johanson

On September 22, UTM and the Sexual Education Centre welcomed renowned sex expert and sex thera- pist Sue Johanson to lead a discus- sion...

Clubs crowd campus

During the week of September 14 to 18, UTMs Student Centre buzzed with music and excitement as club booths filled the area. The annual...

South building to be renamed

Forty-two years after the opening of the UTM campus, the South Building will be renamed after the Honourable William G. Davis. This decision received...

Woman dies at U of T

Leah Kubik, 29, died after falling three storeys off the roof of a building at the St. George campus early on September 10. Kubik...

Parking deck construction stalled due to weather conditions

Don’t expect the sight of huge trucks, heavy machinery, and hard hats around UTM to go away anytime soon. Several multi-million-dollar projects around campus...

UTMSU AGM runs smoothly

UTMSUs 2009 Annual General Meeting took place last Thursday afternoon in the Council Chambers in the South Building. Attended by approximately 50 students, the...
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