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Mesmerize me

The UTM fashion club Style and Profyle held its 11th annual fashion and dance show in the Blind Duck Pub last week. The event...

New U of T president

Meric Gertler, the dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science at U of T, has been named the successor of David Naylor as...

This night’s dream will last

Theatre Erindale’s production of the William Shakespeare classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream takes a familiar and beloved comedic piece and turns it on its...

Lighting the night against violence

UTM’s Student Housing and Residence Life held their annual Light the Night event in Roy Ivor Hall.  Students came together to raise awareness of...

Stage cleared for Dance Pub

­The UTM Dance Team hosted Dance Pub last Thursday in the Blind Duck for the eager patrons looking to celebrate an evening of dance...

Deconstructing politics

The UTM Young Liberals hosted an educational political event in the Davis Building for students and club members interested in learning more about Canadian...

Flesh flash at Halloween Pub

Students with the precious few sold-out tickets showed off their different costumes as they crowded the Blind Duck Pub at 11 p.m. last Thursday. Halloween...

Liberal MP brings politics to UTM

Liberal MP John McCallum spoke with students about youth politics, education, the economy, and other issues at a UTM Young Liberals event last Tuesday...

First Pub sold out

UTMSU hosted its annual First Pub on Thursday night for the scores of eager students looking to dive into this pub season. The highly anticipated...

Ignatieff joins the Munk School

Michael Ignatieff, the former leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, has secured a new half-time appointment at U of T’s Munk School of...

3.14 reasons to love pi(e)

The Department of Visual Studies Student Society organized a pie-making session and a lecture on—you got it—pies

UTM celebrates unity through diversity

Representatives from different clubs and cultural groups assembled in the Student Centre on Tuesday for the cultural expo.

Gearing up for ArtsFest

The ART’s mandate is to help students express their talents and passions through campus-wide and student-run events.

Residence “lights the night”

Students and staff braved the freezing cold and attended UTM’s “Light the Night” event last Thursday. The event was organized by Student Housing and...

Café sublime

Last Wednesday many UTM artists, equipped with their talents, gathered in the Faculty Club to perform at the first Coffee House of the year. For those of you not familiar with this event, Coffee House is a relaxing night of art organized by Artistic Resource, which celebrates and fosters creativity on campus.

Letter to the Editor: Reflection on the Occupy demonstrations

Instead of lamenting and wallowing in the economic hardships faced by all, I would like to see an Occupy Toronto movement that is invested in fostering competition, hard work, education, and solidarity among fellow Canadians.

What the Dickens!

Theatre Erindale is back in full swing, kicking off their “The Power of Performance” season with a brilliant production of the play The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Part 1.
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Mesmerize me

The UTM fashion club Style and Profyle held its 11th annual fashion and dance show in the Blind Duck Pub last week. The event...

New U of T president

Meric Gertler, the dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science at U of T, has been named the successor of David Naylor as...

This night’s dream will last

Theatre Erindale’s production of the William Shakespeare classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream takes a familiar and beloved comedic piece and turns it on its...

Lighting the night against violence

UTM’s Student Housing and Residence Life held their annual Light the Night event in Roy Ivor Hall.  Students came together to raise awareness of...

Stage cleared for Dance Pub

­The UTM Dance Team hosted Dance Pub last Thursday in the Blind Duck for the eager patrons looking to celebrate an evening of dance...

Deconstructing politics

The UTM Young Liberals hosted an educational political event in the Davis Building for students and club members interested in learning more about Canadian...

Flesh flash at Halloween Pub

Students with the precious few sold-out tickets showed off their different costumes as they crowded the Blind Duck Pub at 11 p.m. last Thursday. Halloween...

Liberal MP brings politics to UTM

Liberal MP John McCallum spoke with students about youth politics, education, the economy, and other issues at a UTM Young Liberals event last Tuesday...

First Pub sold out

UTMSU hosted its annual First Pub on Thursday night for the scores of eager students looking to dive into this pub season. The highly anticipated...

Ignatieff joins the Munk School

Michael Ignatieff, the former leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, has secured a new half-time appointment at U of T’s Munk School of...

3.14 reasons to love pi(e)

The Department of Visual Studies Student Society organized a pie-making session and a lecture on—you got it—pies

UTM celebrates unity through diversity

Representatives from different clubs and cultural groups assembled in the Student Centre on Tuesday for the cultural expo.

Gearing up for ArtsFest

The ART’s mandate is to help students express their talents and passions through campus-wide and student-run events.

Residence “lights the night”

Students and staff braved the freezing cold and attended UTM’s “Light the Night” event last Thursday. The event was organized by Student Housing and...

Café sublime

Last Wednesday many UTM artists, equipped with their talents, gathered in the Faculty Club to perform at the first Coffee House of the year. For those of you not familiar with this event, Coffee House is a relaxing night of art organized by Artistic Resource, which celebrates and fosters creativity on campus.

Letter to the Editor: Reflection on the Occupy demonstrations

Instead of lamenting and wallowing in the economic hardships faced by all, I would like to see an Occupy Toronto movement that is invested in fostering competition, hard work, education, and solidarity among fellow Canadians.

What the Dickens!

Theatre Erindale is back in full swing, kicking off their “The Power of Performance” season with a brilliant production of the play The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Part 1.

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