-13.8 C
Mississauga
Thursday, December 14, 2017

Maryam Faisal

Maryam Faisal

Masthead

Contributions

The story behind Exam Jam

Exam Jam, a UTM-wide event that started in 2013 and is currently coordinated through the Office of Student Transition (OST) and the Health and...

UTM students checking out e-commerce

Recognizing the need for accessibility to African products for everyday use, Stephen Ayeni and Naafiu Mohammed, two 20-year-old Nigerian students at UTM studying economics,...

A clean environment: a commodity?

Last Wednesday, the Political Science and Pre-Law Association at UTM, with the Society for Geography and Environment, hosted law professor at Wayne State University...

Dinosaur teeth and other food for thought

The Experiential Education Office at UTM, in partnership with the City of Mississauga Central Library, hosts a monthly lecture series featuring UTM faculty and...

Dennis Edney and his faith in justice

On Thursday, the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union hosted defence lawyer Dennis Edney as the keynote speaker for UTMSU’s Annual eXpression Against Oppression...

A future after Cassini: to infinity and beyond?

Many of us won’t be able to recall where we were at the exact moment when Cassini-Huygens—commonly called Cassini—launched in 1997, reaching Saturn’s orbit...

A changing climate and a stormy future

The onset of September brought a cascade of storm activity as Hurricane Harvey, a category five hurricane, flooded Houston, while Irma tore through the...

The search for a parking space for lease

The tiny house movement, a name coined in contrast to the current “normal-sized” house, is the architectural and social movement that advocates living minimally...

Writing & Photo Contest 2017 Winner — Poetry

Immigration My father looked up at me, the lines around his eyes mapping the route he and my mother took to come to a country that...

Holocaust survivor recounts the past

Two weeks ago, UTM’s student housing and residence life department, in collaboration with the March of Remembrance and Hope program, hosted a lecture with...

Is the Great Barrier Reef on life support?

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef stretches for over 2,600 kilometres. It is larger than the Great Wall of China and is the only living thing...

Fitting in: what it means to be first-gen

The transition from high school to university is a big step—and an even bigger one for first-generation students. These are students who are the...

A new name, a new year: CSE is ready

This summer, the student life department has undergone a few changes, and is now known as the Centre of Student Engagement.According to the mission...

Discussing internalized racism

Eyes follow you as the rich smell of curry carries across the cafeteria when you open your lunchbox. Middle schoolers around you deliberately sniff...

Gossip expert dishes on the good behind job

Last week, Lainey Lui, the face behind the gossip blog LaineyGossip.com, was here to talk about her personal experiences and views on social issues...

Refugee student lands at UTM

The World University Service of Canada is a student refugee program dedicated to furthering access to education. WUSC opened a branch at UTM in...

Does reverse racism exist?

When UTMSU posted a photo last week pertaining to “reverse racism”, comments immediately flooded in debating whether or not the term should even exist....

More than a beauty pageant

A UTM student is competing for Miss World Canada, the preliminary competition leading to the Miss World pageant.Asma (Zohal) Hassan is an Afghan-Canadian undergraduate...

Dialogue on extremism

People of various faiths gathered in the Presentation Room last week for an evening of interfaith discussion.The MSA, Amnesty International, Power2Change, U of T...

Still to “Thrive” at UTM

Victims of sexual violence have had an advocacy group at St. George for a month, but Thrive has yet to make an appearance at...

Responding to Charlie

The CCT atrium was strewn with roses and carnations on Monday morning to signal the start of Islam Awareness Week hosted by the Muslim...

New LIFE for black history

Last week saw the start of Black History Month in the U.S. and Canada.UTMSU, ECASA, the Somali Students’ Association, and Caribbean Connections collaborated to...

Groups recruit members at bi-annual club sign-up

Last Thursday afternoon saw an array of UTM clubs tables in the Student Centre for UTMSU’s Winter Clubs Day.Students could come up to the...

The story behind Exam Jam

Exam Jam, a UTM-wide event that started in 2013 and is currently coordinated through the Office of Student Transition (OST) and the Health and...

UTM students checking out e-commerce

Recognizing the need for accessibility to African products for everyday use, Stephen Ayeni and Naafiu Mohammed, two 20-year-old Nigerian students at UTM studying economics,...

A clean environment: a commodity?

Last Wednesday, the Political Science and Pre-Law Association at UTM, with the Society for Geography and Environment, hosted law professor at Wayne State University...

Dinosaur teeth and other food for thought

The Experiential Education Office at UTM, in partnership with the City of Mississauga Central Library, hosts a monthly lecture series featuring UTM faculty and...

Dennis Edney and his faith in justice

On Thursday, the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union hosted defence lawyer Dennis Edney as the keynote speaker for UTMSU’s Annual eXpression Against Oppression...

A future after Cassini: to infinity and beyond?

Many of us won’t be able to recall where we were at the exact moment when Cassini-Huygens—commonly called Cassini—launched in 1997, reaching Saturn’s orbit...

A changing climate and a stormy future

The onset of September brought a cascade of storm activity as Hurricane Harvey, a category five hurricane, flooded Houston, while Irma tore through the...

The search for a parking space for lease

The tiny house movement, a name coined in contrast to the current “normal-sized” house, is the architectural and social movement that advocates living minimally...

Writing & Photo Contest 2017 Winner — Poetry

Immigration My father looked up at me, the lines around his eyes mapping the route he and my mother took to come to a country that...

Holocaust survivor recounts the past

Two weeks ago, UTM’s student housing and residence life department, in collaboration with the March of Remembrance and Hope program, hosted a lecture with...

Is the Great Barrier Reef on life support?

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef stretches for over 2,600 kilometres. It is larger than the Great Wall of China and is the only living thing...

Fitting in: what it means to be first-gen

The transition from high school to university is a big step—and an even bigger one for first-generation students. These are students who are the...

A new name, a new year: CSE is ready

This summer, the student life department has undergone a few changes, and is now known as the Centre of Student Engagement.According to the mission...

Discussing internalized racism

Eyes follow you as the rich smell of curry carries across the cafeteria when you open your lunchbox. Middle schoolers around you deliberately sniff...

Gossip expert dishes on the good behind job

Last week, Lainey Lui, the face behind the gossip blog LaineyGossip.com, was here to talk about her personal experiences and views on social issues...

Refugee student lands at UTM

The World University Service of Canada is a student refugee program dedicated to furthering access to education. WUSC opened a branch at UTM in...

Does reverse racism exist?

When UTMSU posted a photo last week pertaining to “reverse racism”, comments immediately flooded in debating whether or not the term should even exist....

More than a beauty pageant

A UTM student is competing for Miss World Canada, the preliminary competition leading to the Miss World pageant.Asma (Zohal) Hassan is an Afghan-Canadian undergraduate...

Dialogue on extremism

People of various faiths gathered in the Presentation Room last week for an evening of interfaith discussion.The MSA, Amnesty International, Power2Change, U of T...

Still to “Thrive” at UTM

Victims of sexual violence have had an advocacy group at St. George for a month, but Thrive has yet to make an appearance at...

Responding to Charlie

The CCT atrium was strewn with roses and carnations on Monday morning to signal the start of Islam Awareness Week hosted by the Muslim...

New LIFE for black history

Last week saw the start of Black History Month in the U.S. and Canada.UTMSU, ECASA, the Somali Students’ Association, and Caribbean Connections collaborated to...

Groups recruit members at bi-annual club sign-up

Last Thursday afternoon saw an array of UTM clubs tables in the Student Centre for UTMSU’s Winter Clubs Day.Students could come up to the...
Advertisement

Social Medium

2,120FansLike
316FollowersFollow
1,729FollowersFollow
18SubscribersSubscribe
Advertisement