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The services provided by SEC at UTM

The Sexual Education and Peer Support drop-in Centre (SEC) is a service group under the University of Toronto Student Union (UTSU) and has been...

Badminton to biotech

Nicholas Hon is a first-year student completing his Masters in Biotechnology. Hon has been playing badminton since middle school and played all four of...

A solid homecoming turnout for UTM

This past Saturday, September 29 was UTM’s homecoming. It was a full day affair, starting at 12 p.m. and ending at 8 p.m. There...

Golmakani plays for the love of the game

Mohammad (Moe) Golmakani is a third-year student who has been a part of the UTM soccer community since his first year. He is majoring...

Who said exercising couldn’t be fun?

If you have ever been on a trampoline, you know how much fun they are. Well, trampolines are also a fun way to exercise....

Post’s passion and pride for the pitch

Danica Post is a fifth-year undergraduate student doing a double major in criminology and psychology, along with a minor in sociology. She has been...

The truth about sleeping disorders

Emily Lockhart writes about 8 common sleep-associated disorders in her article, “8 Common Sleep Disorders.” They include, Obstructive Sleep Apnea Disorder (OSAD), Delayed Sleep...

Improving your mind with brain games

Regularly playing a strategy game or solving a puzzle can be beneficial to the brain. It can improve memory, concentration, and critical thinking. It...

Caffeine vs. decaf: the good and the bad

The consumption of coffee, both caffeinated and decaffeinated, has positive and negative impacts on health. Caffeine affects the central nervous system, along with the...

Fifteen Dogs (André Alexis)

“Fifteen Dogs” by André Alexis explores the implication of power in the hands of immature Greek gods. The book begins with two gods, Apollo...

Support at UTM for Tin

Gary Kwok Chun Tin is a third-year graduate student and is working with Dr. Patrick Gunning on making molecules for treating cancer. Due to...

The powerful advantages of proteins

It seems that whenever people are looking to lose weight, they are told to work out, avoid sugar, have a low-fat diet, and eat...

For the love and passion of running

Kale Heino is a third-year student completing a double major in paleontology and anthropology. He has been a member of the cross country team...

A heartistic endeavour

Arts for Hearts is a new arts club on campus currently staffed by four members. Though none of its members study arts academically, the...

Academic Advocacy educates students

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union held its Academic Advocacy Week last week, where it advertised opportunities for students to meet their professors...

The services provided by SEC at UTM

The Sexual Education and Peer Support drop-in Centre (SEC) is a service group under the University of Toronto Student Union (UTSU) and has been...

Badminton to biotech

Nicholas Hon is a first-year student completing his Masters in Biotechnology. Hon has been playing badminton since middle school and played all four of...

A solid homecoming turnout for UTM

This past Saturday, September 29 was UTM’s homecoming. It was a full day affair, starting at 12 p.m. and ending at 8 p.m. There...

Golmakani plays for the love of the game

Mohammad (Moe) Golmakani is a third-year student who has been a part of the UTM soccer community since his first year. He is majoring...

Who said exercising couldn’t be fun?

If you have ever been on a trampoline, you know how much fun they are. Well, trampolines are also a fun way to exercise....

Post’s passion and pride for the pitch

Danica Post is a fifth-year undergraduate student doing a double major in criminology and psychology, along with a minor in sociology. She has been...

The truth about sleeping disorders

Emily Lockhart writes about 8 common sleep-associated disorders in her article, “8 Common Sleep Disorders.” They include, Obstructive Sleep Apnea Disorder (OSAD), Delayed Sleep...

Improving your mind with brain games

Regularly playing a strategy game or solving a puzzle can be beneficial to the brain. It can improve memory, concentration, and critical thinking. It...

Caffeine vs. decaf: the good and the bad

The consumption of coffee, both caffeinated and decaffeinated, has positive and negative impacts on health. Caffeine affects the central nervous system, along with the...

Fifteen Dogs (André Alexis)

“Fifteen Dogs” by André Alexis explores the implication of power in the hands of immature Greek gods. The book begins with two gods, Apollo...

Support at UTM for Tin

Gary Kwok Chun Tin is a third-year graduate student and is working with Dr. Patrick Gunning on making molecules for treating cancer. Due to...

The powerful advantages of proteins

It seems that whenever people are looking to lose weight, they are told to work out, avoid sugar, have a low-fat diet, and eat...

For the love and passion of running

Kale Heino is a third-year student completing a double major in paleontology and anthropology. He has been a member of the cross country team...

A heartistic endeavour

Arts for Hearts is a new arts club on campus currently staffed by four members. Though none of its members study arts academically, the...

Academic Advocacy educates students

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union held its Academic Advocacy Week last week, where it advertised opportunities for students to meet their professors...
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