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Mduduzi Mhlanga

Mduduzi Mhlanga

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The basic economics of the SCI

After reading Thomas Sowell’s Basic Economics this summer, I found a reason to feel confident that the Student Choice Initiative (SCI) poses some benefits despite...

Capital Management celebrates year

This past Monday, March 25th, the UTM Capital Management club held its closing ceremony to wrap up its activities of the 2018-2019 academic year. This club...

ICUBE UTM celebrates entrepreneurship

This past Wednesday, the University of Toronto Mississauga hosted ten start-ups for the PITCH19 conference, which celebrates entrepreneurship and innovation. ICUBE UTM, a subsidiary of the Institute...

Province begins review on municipalities

On January 15th, Premier Ford announced that his government would be reviewing the municipalities in Ontario. This has led to uncertainty over what will happen to the...

UTMSU holds emergency meeting

On February 14, the UTMSU held an emergency assembly for students to discuss possible options to combat the provincial government’s changes to OSAP, and the new...

U of T and student unions consult students on sexual violence

This past Thursday, the University of Toronto, the University of Toronto Graduate Students Union, the UTMSU, the UTSU, the SCSU, and APUS held a...

UTMSU represents at meeting

The first meeting of 2019 for the UTM Campus Council opened with a warm welcome for Rose Patten, the newly-elected Chancellor of U of T. This...

Tensions high at QSS

The Quality Service to Students council (QSS) meeting took place this past Monday. This organization is responsible for primarily offering recommendations regarding the operation and funding...

Campus affairs committee raises fees

The first Campus Affairs Committee meeting of the year was held this past Wednesday, January 16. The meeting provided an overview of extra-departmental units (EDUs) and their...

Parking pass fees increase

Last Wednesday, the UTM’s Campus Council had its final meeting of the 2018 semester. Topics included enrollment rates, future construction plans, and fee increases...

The basic economics of the SCI

After reading Thomas Sowell’s Basic Economics this summer, I found a reason to feel confident that the Student Choice Initiative (SCI) poses some benefits despite...

Capital Management celebrates year

This past Monday, March 25th, the UTM Capital Management club held its closing ceremony to wrap up its activities of the 2018-2019 academic year. This club...

ICUBE UTM celebrates entrepreneurship

This past Wednesday, the University of Toronto Mississauga hosted ten start-ups for the PITCH19 conference, which celebrates entrepreneurship and innovation. ICUBE UTM, a subsidiary of the Institute...

Province begins review on municipalities

On January 15th, Premier Ford announced that his government would be reviewing the municipalities in Ontario. This has led to uncertainty over what will happen to the...

UTMSU holds emergency meeting

On February 14, the UTMSU held an emergency assembly for students to discuss possible options to combat the provincial government’s changes to OSAP, and the new...

U of T and student unions consult students on sexual violence

This past Thursday, the University of Toronto, the University of Toronto Graduate Students Union, the UTMSU, the UTSU, the SCSU, and APUS held a...

UTMSU represents at meeting

The first meeting of 2019 for the UTM Campus Council opened with a warm welcome for Rose Patten, the newly-elected Chancellor of U of T. This...

Tensions high at QSS

The Quality Service to Students council (QSS) meeting took place this past Monday. This organization is responsible for primarily offering recommendations regarding the operation and funding...

Campus affairs committee raises fees

The first Campus Affairs Committee meeting of the year was held this past Wednesday, January 16. The meeting provided an overview of extra-departmental units (EDUs) and their...

Parking pass fees increase

Last Wednesday, the UTM’s Campus Council had its final meeting of the 2018 semester. Topics included enrollment rates, future construction plans, and fee increases...

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