Luke Sawczak

Luke Sawczak
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Luke was editor-in-chief for two years and used to copy-edit The Medium ever since he politely asked if he could. His proudest writing for the paper was Luke's Languages. His alter ego is a linguistics alum and comp sci TA who likes going for contemplative walks with his friends and gardening on the phone.

When dissent is punished, we are polarized

One of the requests UTMSU makes in its letter to U of T administration regarding Jordan Peterson is “the deletion of his ‘transphobic and...

The fight to understand the crisis

Dear editor,The Star ran an article a week ago on Navi Dhanota, saying that she’d “won” her “mental health fight”. That fight was the...

What we can do in a short time

The first Sunday I spent in the Medium office, then–features editor Amir Ahmed said he was going to a nearby Thai joint for lunch...

Professional or personal?

“Where is the divide between our personal private life and academic work life?” asks Natasha Hartono in this week’s lead feature story on social...

University accepts bargaining team offer

U of T has accepted an offer from Unit 1’s bargaining team and it now awaits a vote by members tomorrow.On Tuesday evening, the...

University rebuffs newest Unit 1 offer

The divisive offer made by the bargaining team of CUPE 3902 Unit 1 was rejected on every point, according to updates by Unit 1...
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Tour from the heart and soul of UTM

Last week I took two of the unique Behind the Scenes tours, the second half of St. George curatorial master’s student Yan Wu’s project...

Reform is indeed needed

This was the first year since 2010 in which there were two (nearly) full competing slates for the UTMSU executive committee, but from the...

Room for disagreement

It’s Israeli Apartheid Week in Toronto, and we have a features article by Dana Bibi on the Israeli company SodaStream. The main point of...

Not proceeding as normal

The front pages of both UTM’s and U of T’s websites don’t show much about the strike going on. Below large banners about various...

Thoughts on why it broke down

So. After several close calls over the last 15 years, we finally have a real live strike on our hands.It’s big, but for that...

Nosferatu (1922)

The year was 1922. The widow of Bram Stoker, who had written the seminal vampire book Nosferatu, was still alive and still held the...
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