Larissa Ho

Larissa Ho
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In her third year, Larissa became the News Editor after serving as the Associate News Editor and the Features Editor in the last two years. Larissa loves to write creative non-fiction and play the piano.

An illness to manage, not cure

I’ll be honest—now and then I get tired of writing my typical editorial, so I like to keep a lookout for the topics that...

From Age to Age

I was five when I decided I would attend the University of Toronto Mississauga.I sat in my father’s lap in my grandmother’s house, where...

On the Lislehurst Cricket Pitch

I sat down with the three most recent principals of UTM: current principal Deep Saini and former principals Ian Orchard and Bob McNutt, to...

My summer abroad journey to Jerusalem

Jerusalem never crossed my mind when I thought of potential places to study during a student exchange. I always thought of Europe as my...

Referendum fails

The Student Centre expansion referendum has failed, according to the unofficial results released by UTMSU today.The union posted the initial vote counts of 1,618...

Results delayed

The unofficial results of the Student Centre expansion referendum held last week have not been released as of press time. UTMSU’s president, Raymond Noronha, had...

Sustainability coordinator quits

UTMSU’s sustainability coordinator resigned from his position last month, alleging in a Facebook post that the work environment was unwelcoming to his needs. According to...

UTM displays its pride

The UTM community held its annual Pride Week, with programming and events running from January 17 to 24 for the benefit of students, staff,...

Students warned away from construction

Because the hallway inside the Kaneff Centre is being demolished in order to attach it to the new Innovation Complex, the entrance closest to...

Symposium for inclusivity

Dr. Al Condeluci, a global activist and CEO of Community Living and Support Services, Pittsburgh, led a dynamic Social Capital Symposium at UTM to talk...

New plan underway to protect UTM women

A new anti-violence plan has been launched on campus to protect young women, since UTM is home to many women aged 15 to 25,...

UTM students seek to get hired

The Career Centre provided students the opportunity to get noticed by employers with its newly renamed Get Hired: Summer & Full-Time Job Fair last...
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