Latisha Lobban

Latisha Lobban

Masthead

  • Associate Features Editor (2019/20)

Contributions

Drought, rising temperatures, and plants

UTM Ph.D. student Lucas Albano is researching the ability of plants to adapt to changing climates. He is specifically testing the white clover’s ability...

UTM library builds a new emergency exit

The University of Toronto Mississauga library opened a new emergency exit in October to fulfill fire department regulations. The second...

Hypercare: Efficient care coordination

Hypercare is “a mobile and web platform that allows clinicians to communicate with their colleagues in real time, specifically about patient issues.” It was...

Dragonfly health harmed by road salt

With lower temperatures and winter weather comes an increase in road salt usage. Researchers from the McCauley Lab at UTM have studied the...

V.T. Nayani discusses colourism and colonialism

Last Thursday, V.T. Nayani’s first feature film, Shade-ism: digging deeper, screened in The MiST Theatre at UTM. The film discussed issues of colorism within specific...

Con artists and biases

Dr. Rasmus RosenBerg Larsen shares his knowledge on ingrained biases. Why do individuals fall for con artists’ schemes? Dr....

Petersen receives OCUFA teaching award

UTM associate professor Dr. Andrew Petersen was recently named as one of Ontario’s most outstanding university teachers by the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty...

Dior Sauvage ad receives backlash

UTM alumna, Indigenous fashion designer, and Temagami First Nation tribe member Lesley Hampton speaks out against French luxury goods company Dior’s “very, very bad...

Learning about artificial intelligence

Over the summer, University of Toronto students across all three campuses applied to U of T’s first 99AI Challenge. The challenge aims to educate...

Vanier Scholar’s take on sex and intimacy

Nathan Leonhardt, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toronto, was recently awarded a Vanier Canada Graduate scholarship. The scholarship is valued at $50,000...

Granted clemency: what comes next?

Cyntoia Brown’s story is heartbreaking, but not unique. She was born to a teenage mother who had been incarcerated many times through her early...

Kyle Weber on balding & book publishing

Kyle Weber is a man of many titles: UTM alumnus, tattoo artist, and bald man enthusiast. Weber wrote and self-published The Book of Bald:...

Being Black on Campus

I quickly noticed the disproportionate diversity on campus my first time at UTM. During Clubs Week in my first-year, I noticed a slew of...

Race, gender, and political behaviour

Dr. Erin Tolley, an assistant professor in the political science department at UTM, recently received the 2018 Annual Research Prize in Social Science at...

So you think you can create a zine?

Over 250 vendors gathered on September 22nd at the Art Gallery of Ontario for the Broken Pencil Canzine: Festival of Zines and Underground Culture....

Wildlife from around the world

The fourth annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum is the largest and longest-running contest for wildlife and nature...

Drought, rising temperatures, and plants

UTM Ph.D. student Lucas Albano is researching the ability of plants to adapt to changing climates. He is specifically testing the white clover’s ability...

UTM library builds a new emergency exit

The University of Toronto Mississauga library opened a new emergency exit in October to fulfill fire department regulations. The second...

Hypercare: Efficient care coordination

Hypercare is “a mobile and web platform that allows clinicians to communicate with their colleagues in real time, specifically about patient issues.” It was...

Dragonfly health harmed by road salt

With lower temperatures and winter weather comes an increase in road salt usage. Researchers from the McCauley Lab at UTM have studied the...

V.T. Nayani discusses colourism and colonialism

Last Thursday, V.T. Nayani’s first feature film, Shade-ism: digging deeper, screened in The MiST Theatre at UTM. The film discussed issues of colorism within specific...

Con artists and biases

Dr. Rasmus RosenBerg Larsen shares his knowledge on ingrained biases. Why do individuals fall for con artists’ schemes? Dr....

Petersen receives OCUFA teaching award

UTM associate professor Dr. Andrew Petersen was recently named as one of Ontario’s most outstanding university teachers by the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty...

Dior Sauvage ad receives backlash

UTM alumna, Indigenous fashion designer, and Temagami First Nation tribe member Lesley Hampton speaks out against French luxury goods company Dior’s “very, very bad...

Learning about artificial intelligence

Over the summer, University of Toronto students across all three campuses applied to U of T’s first 99AI Challenge. The challenge aims to educate...

Vanier Scholar’s take on sex and intimacy

Nathan Leonhardt, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toronto, was recently awarded a Vanier Canada Graduate scholarship. The scholarship is valued at $50,000...

Granted clemency: what comes next?

Cyntoia Brown’s story is heartbreaking, but not unique. She was born to a teenage mother who had been incarcerated many times through her early...

Kyle Weber on balding & book publishing

Kyle Weber is a man of many titles: UTM alumnus, tattoo artist, and bald man enthusiast. Weber wrote and self-published The Book of Bald:...

Being Black on Campus

I quickly noticed the disproportionate diversity on campus my first time at UTM. During Clubs Week in my first-year, I noticed a slew of...

Race, gender, and political behaviour

Dr. Erin Tolley, an assistant professor in the political science department at UTM, recently received the 2018 Annual Research Prize in Social Science at...

So you think you can create a zine?

Over 250 vendors gathered on September 22nd at the Art Gallery of Ontario for the Broken Pencil Canzine: Festival of Zines and Underground Culture....

Wildlife from around the world

The fourth annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum is the largest and longest-running contest for wildlife and nature...
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