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Easy advice for avoiding bad first dates

Every first date can get a little awkward, especially when you really like the person. Perhaps you had a fantastic first date over the...

In praise of emoticons: the best way to express yourself?

Whether it’s through BlackBerry Messenger, email, Facebook chat, or text messages, the cute little emoticons we’re all so fond of have been a way...

Awful lines, break-up and pick-up —and your responses

“It’s not you, it’s me.”Shut up! It’s obviously me or else I’d be the one breaking up with you…“Sometimes, when you love someone you...

The next few months at UTM are going to get…

Dear Editor,The next few months at UTM are going to get crazy and exciting. Why? Well, it’s election time for the student union. I’ve...

How to spot a cheater

If your head is up in the clouds like Jersey Shore’s Sammi, and you don’t know how to spot a Ronnie, don’t worry! If...

Drunk texting (come on, we’ve all done it)

The phenomenon of drunk texting has become very popular in this day and age. I know that many of you reading this article are...

Are you the next shopaholic?

During the Christmas break, thousands of people squeezed into shopping malls and shopped until they dropped for the perfect holiday gift. With the extra...

Stop being a creeper (for ladies)

Ladies, I’ve decided to write this article in order to help you with your obsessive creeping problems (not that you are a creeper—but just...

Leafs humiliate Thrashers

The Toronto Maple Leafs may not be winning many games on the road, but yesterday they embarrassed the Atlanta Thrashers with a 9-3 win....

The Medium’s relationship quiz: what category are you?

Take this quiz and find out whether you are a commitment-phobe, a stage-five clinger, an individual ready to take on the new year and...

HIV-positive man is cured

Currently, there are approximately 33 million people worldwide living with HIV. However, doctors now believe they have cured a man after he received a...

Ringing in the New Year

I know it’s a little early to talk about the New Year; after all, we still have to go through the excruciating pain of...

Sex before the game?

A question that has been pondered by the minds of many athletes, coaches, and even regular people like you and I, is whether athletes...

This summer U-Pass is not…

Dear Editor,This summer U-Pass is not such a great deal. On a daily basis, UTMSU executives and volunteers bombard the halls, screaming out, “I...

Tips for job interviews

Interviews are a very important aspect in getting that dream job. Are you nervous about what to say, or how to dress? Don’t be,...

An intro to clubbing

Instead of staying home and getting those extra calories, get up, get dressed, and GO OUT! Call up a few of your friends and...

Thriller night at the Guvernment

On Saturday, October 30, Guvernment Nightclub hosted one of the biggest Halloween parties in Toronto. The lineup had some phenomenal DJs, like Manzone and...

Shot recipes: what’s your poison?

Once and a while everyone likes to have a drink—but do you ever feel that the same old rum and coke just isn’t cutting...

Chilean miners rescued after being trapped for 69 days

On October 15, happiness and joy filled the hearts of millions of people watching the rescue of 33 Chilean miners. After being trapped for...

Real Halloween: be scared

The very first Halloween customs descend from the druids of the Celtic people of the British Isles and Gaul (old France). Druidism was popular...

Spotlight on DJ John Acquaviva

One of the most popular techno DJs in the world, multi-label entrepreneur John Acquaviva certainly has much to celebrate on his upcoming birthday on...

10 things you take for granted

As a child, there are many things we wished we could do but we either were too small, too short, or just too young....

DJ takeover at Guvernment

On Sunday, October 10, The Guvernment celebrated its 14-year anniversary by partying to the music of many international and local DJs. The entire complex...

Facebook: a history

With the movie out, let’s take a look at the history of the popular social network known as Facebook.It started in 2003 as “Facemash”....

Men and heels

Think men will notice your high stilettos or your sexy new pumps? A recent study from Northumbria University examined men’s reactions to women with...
video

During the last weeks of summer…

Dear Editor,During the last weeks of summer, I focussed on only one thing: finding a job. Since my schedule doesn’t let me leave campus...

Becoming an original guido

From fist-pumping guidos to crazy guidettes, the party never stops at the Jersey Shore—or, in this season, Miami Beach. With catchy words like “chode”,...

How to study hard and party harder

Now that summer is over and the school year has begun, it’s time to stop partying and start studying. Right? Well, not completely. Although...

Make this year one to remember

Socializing with strangers can be difficult, but finding new friends will make your entire university career interesting and fun. Stepping out of your comfort...

Let the riots begin

As the 2010 FIFA World Cup quickly approaches, fans are excited to cheer for their preferred countries. Around the world, however, police officers and...

UTM’s naughty places

Ever feel like the university life gets a bit too boring? No wonder—there aren’t many places on campus where students can hook up. Or...

Smoking and social networking

Nonsmokers probably don’t think smoking can bring positive social opportunities. Smokers, on the other hand, might be inclined to see what others would likely...

Relax, take it easy

As finals are approaching, students need to live by the catchy house song and “relax, take it easy.” Here are some tips senior students...

Eagles lose heartbreaker

It was a disappointing loss for the UTM Eagles last Wednesday night as the men’s division 1 basketball team faced Woodsworth College for the...

The promise of success

During the 2010 Olympics, many Canadians proudly held red and white flags as their country won one Olympic medal after the other. But if...

The pressures of learning

At a very young age, children are confronted with a question that, even as adolescents, some cannot answer: what do you want to be?...

Canada wins gold and silver in Women’s Bobsled

Since its Olympic debut in 2002, Canada has yet to win a medal in women’s bobsled—until now. For the first time in Olympic history,...

Will Women’s Hockey be banned from the Olympics?

In Women’s Hockey, only one or two teams seem to dominate the field. Either Canada or Team USA has won the World Championships every...

All you need is love

Okay, be honest: if you’re single, you’re ecstatic that Valentine’s Day won’t return for another year. Romantic candles, heart-shaped chocolates, cutesy teddy bears—they’re all...

The future of soccer is here.

Soccer fans all over the world are being given an opportunity to watch the FIFA World Cup in 3D images. For the first time...

The CRA hopes for positive change in Africa

When Shakira Abubakar was a grade ten student in Brampton, Ontario, she was concerned about her peers apathetic attitude towards the genocide in Darfur....

Easy advice for avoiding bad first dates

Every first date can get a little awkward, especially when you really like the person. Perhaps you had a fantastic first date over the...

In praise of emoticons: the best way to express yourself?

Whether it’s through BlackBerry Messenger, email, Facebook chat, or text messages, the cute little emoticons we’re all so fond of have been a way...

Awful lines, break-up and pick-up —and your responses

“It’s not you, it’s me.”Shut up! It’s obviously me or else I’d be the one breaking up with you…“Sometimes, when you love someone you...

The next few months at UTM are going to get…

Dear Editor,The next few months at UTM are going to get crazy and exciting. Why? Well, it’s election time for the student union. I’ve...

How to spot a cheater

If your head is up in the clouds like Jersey Shore’s Sammi, and you don’t know how to spot a Ronnie, don’t worry! If...

Drunk texting (come on, we’ve all done it)

The phenomenon of drunk texting has become very popular in this day and age. I know that many of you reading this article are...

Are you the next shopaholic?

During the Christmas break, thousands of people squeezed into shopping malls and shopped until they dropped for the perfect holiday gift. With the extra...

Stop being a creeper (for ladies)

Ladies, I’ve decided to write this article in order to help you with your obsessive creeping problems (not that you are a creeper—but just...

Leafs humiliate Thrashers

The Toronto Maple Leafs may not be winning many games on the road, but yesterday they embarrassed the Atlanta Thrashers with a 9-3 win....

The Medium’s relationship quiz: what category are you?

Take this quiz and find out whether you are a commitment-phobe, a stage-five clinger, an individual ready to take on the new year and...

HIV-positive man is cured

Currently, there are approximately 33 million people worldwide living with HIV. However, doctors now believe they have cured a man after he received a...

Ringing in the New Year

I know it’s a little early to talk about the New Year; after all, we still have to go through the excruciating pain of...

Sex before the game?

A question that has been pondered by the minds of many athletes, coaches, and even regular people like you and I, is whether athletes...

This summer U-Pass is not…

Dear Editor,This summer U-Pass is not such a great deal. On a daily basis, UTMSU executives and volunteers bombard the halls, screaming out, “I...

Tips for job interviews

Interviews are a very important aspect in getting that dream job. Are you nervous about what to say, or how to dress? Don’t be,...

An intro to clubbing

Instead of staying home and getting those extra calories, get up, get dressed, and GO OUT! Call up a few of your friends and...

Thriller night at the Guvernment

On Saturday, October 30, Guvernment Nightclub hosted one of the biggest Halloween parties in Toronto. The lineup had some phenomenal DJs, like Manzone and...

Shot recipes: what’s your poison?

Once and a while everyone likes to have a drink—but do you ever feel that the same old rum and coke just isn’t cutting...

Chilean miners rescued after being trapped for 69 days

On October 15, happiness and joy filled the hearts of millions of people watching the rescue of 33 Chilean miners. After being trapped for...

Real Halloween: be scared

The very first Halloween customs descend from the druids of the Celtic people of the British Isles and Gaul (old France). Druidism was popular...

Spotlight on DJ John Acquaviva

One of the most popular techno DJs in the world, multi-label entrepreneur John Acquaviva certainly has much to celebrate on his upcoming birthday on...

10 things you take for granted

As a child, there are many things we wished we could do but we either were too small, too short, or just too young....

DJ takeover at Guvernment

On Sunday, October 10, The Guvernment celebrated its 14-year anniversary by partying to the music of many international and local DJs. The entire complex...

Facebook: a history

With the movie out, let’s take a look at the history of the popular social network known as Facebook.It started in 2003 as “Facemash”....

Men and heels

Think men will notice your high stilettos or your sexy new pumps? A recent study from Northumbria University examined men’s reactions to women with...
video

During the last weeks of summer…

Dear Editor,During the last weeks of summer, I focussed on only one thing: finding a job. Since my schedule doesn’t let me leave campus...

Becoming an original guido

From fist-pumping guidos to crazy guidettes, the party never stops at the Jersey Shore—or, in this season, Miami Beach. With catchy words like “chode”,...

How to study hard and party harder

Now that summer is over and the school year has begun, it’s time to stop partying and start studying. Right? Well, not completely. Although...

Make this year one to remember

Socializing with strangers can be difficult, but finding new friends will make your entire university career interesting and fun. Stepping out of your comfort...

Smoking and social networking

Nonsmokers probably don’t think smoking can bring positive social opportunities. Smokers, on the other hand, might be inclined to see what others would likely...

UTM’s naughty places

Ever feel like the university life gets a bit too boring? No wonder—there aren’t many places on campus where students can hook up. Or...

Let the riots begin

As the 2010 FIFA World Cup quickly approaches, fans are excited to cheer for their preferred countries. Around the world, however, police officers and...

Relax, take it easy

As finals are approaching, students need to live by the catchy house song and “relax, take it easy.” Here are some tips senior students...

Eagles lose heartbreaker

It was a disappointing loss for the UTM Eagles last Wednesday night as the men’s division 1 basketball team faced Woodsworth College for the...

The promise of success

During the 2010 Olympics, many Canadians proudly held red and white flags as their country won one Olympic medal after the other. But if...

The pressures of learning

At a very young age, children are confronted with a question that, even as adolescents, some cannot answer: what do you want to be?...

Canada wins gold and silver in Women’s Bobsled

Since its Olympic debut in 2002, Canada has yet to win a medal in women’s bobsled—until now. For the first time in Olympic history,...

Will Women’s Hockey be banned from the Olympics?

In Women’s Hockey, only one or two teams seem to dominate the field. Either Canada or Team USA has won the World Championships every...

All you need is love

Okay, be honest: if you’re single, you’re ecstatic that Valentine’s Day won’t return for another year. Romantic candles, heart-shaped chocolates, cutesy teddy bears—they’re all...

The future of soccer is here.

Soccer fans all over the world are being given an opportunity to watch the FIFA World Cup in 3D images. For the first time...

The CRA hopes for positive change in Africa

When Shakira Abubakar was a grade ten student in Brampton, Ontario, she was concerned about her peers apathetic attitude towards the genocide in Darfur....
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