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Ideas on diversity and action for 2018

Last Wednesday, March 14th, the UTM political science department hosted a lecture titled “Diversity 2018 and Beyond: Five Big Ideas on Diversity and Inclusion”...

PSLA talks future of political journalism

The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Political Science and Pre-Law Association hosted a panel on March 15th, discussing the objective of political journalism to the...

CUPE makes deal despite concerns

CUPE 3902 ratified the tentative agreement with the University of Toronto, despite several CUPE members expressing concerns about the ascension meeting on the 12th...

Vertigo: an ongoing spinning feeling

Have you ever felt like the world was physically spinning beneath your feet? Where you had difficulty moving or balancing until it stopped? If...

“Peterson” suggested for North 2’s name

With the end of the naming contest for UTM’s current North Building Phase 2 project ending this week, the new name will be announced...

Active and involved: awareness at UTM

Last Thursday, the Centre for Student Engagement at the University of Toronto Mississauga held their first Civic Awareness workshop tailored towards educating students on...

The search for warmth and shelter

Last October, a Toronto Star article by City Hall bureau chief David Rider, reported at least 70 homeless people in Toronto had died in...

Entrepreneurialism at UTM with ICUBE

Are you sitting on a business idea you believe has serious potential? Or are you perhaps tired of watching Dragons’ Den from your couch...

Razors behind St. George posters

On November 2nd, the University of Toronto Students’ Union reported hidden razor blades behind posters placed across the St. George campus to the U...

What is networking with a purpose?

One of the biggest stressors for students is the prospect of finding a job after university. They have studied and made it through their...

Caffeine vs. decaf: the good and the bad

The consumption of coffee, both caffeinated and decaffeinated, has positive and negative impacts on health. Caffeine affects the central nervous system, along with the...

Warming up, cooling down, and stretching

Whether you are playing a friendly game against your friends, a competitive game against another team in a league, or entering into a solo...

Improve self-esteem by belief in self

In 1931, Francis “Two-Gun” Crowley was trapped in an apartment and surrounded by a plethora of policemen. During his hour of demise, Crowley wrote...

The powerful advantages of proteins

It seems that whenever people are looking to lose weight, they are told to work out, avoid sugar, have a low-fat diet, and eat...

Moving from classes to crime scenes

Scott Bonn, a criminology professor at Drew University and author of Why We Love Serial Killers, writes in his January 8, 2016 article in...

Inked in 7 days

In 2009, American illustrator and cartoonist Jake Parker created Inktober, a daily drawing challenge in the month of October with the intention of improving...

UTMSU’s bursaries available

The application process has opened for five different bursaries, offered by the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union: a need-based bursary, book-based bursary, international...

To be, or not to be a playwright: a guide

For some, it takes an epiphany to compel one to write. For others, writing has always been an inclination since childhood. The latter is...

UTMSU’s legal battle continues

The lawsuit between the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union and the pro-life group, UTM Students for Life, is still ongoing with no verdict...

“Cram the cruiser” with donations

On Tuesday March 21, the Campus Police held their first ever “Cram the Cruiser” food drive event in Spigel Hall. All proceeds from the...

Grad launches “Help the Homeless”

All it took was one encounter with a homeless individual on the streets of downtown Toronto for Rebecca Kaushal, a recent UTM graduate, to...

Just what’s in your toolbox for Canada?

Last Saturday, UTM’s Centre for Student Engagement and the Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre held a workshop titled “Toolbox to Canada,” to introduce services available...

DEM hosts sixth annual Young Entrepreneurs Conference

The Digital Enterprise Management society hosted its sixth annual Young Entrepreneurs Conference, featuring various companies and organizations including MoveSnap, Nova Solution, Patio Interactive Inc.,...

Sexual Violence Centre on its way

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre will arrive at all three U of T campuses by April 2017 to help students impacted by...

U of T will extend application deadline

The University of Toronto is extending applications for academic enrollment to allow students affected by president Trump’s temporary ban an opportunity to study at...

Writing & Photo Contest 2017 Winner — Photojournalism

Click any photo for a larger view. This was an entry in the 2017 Writing & Photo Contest.

Reacting to stress in the right way

Many of us can admit that we often get caught up with the stresses and anxieties associated with student life, so we simply don’t...

The birds and the bees

Last Friday, the Health and Counselling Centre and the UTM Sexual Education Centre held a workshop titled “Contraception and Safe Sex,” hosted by Dr....

Will an AI-composed carol top the charts?

Although January provides us with the opportunity to embrace the New Year and toss the events of 2016 behind us, we’re still savouring the...

Writing & Photo Contest 2017 Winner — Photojournalism

Click any photo for a larger view. This was an entry in the 2017 Writing & Photo Contest.

Ideas on diversity and action for 2018

Last Wednesday, March 14th, the UTM political science department hosted a lecture titled “Diversity 2018 and Beyond: Five Big Ideas on Diversity and Inclusion”...

PSLA talks future of political journalism

The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Political Science and Pre-Law Association hosted a panel on March 15th, discussing the objective of political journalism to the...

CUPE makes deal despite concerns

CUPE 3902 ratified the tentative agreement with the University of Toronto, despite several CUPE members expressing concerns about the ascension meeting on the 12th...

Vertigo: an ongoing spinning feeling

Have you ever felt like the world was physically spinning beneath your feet? Where you had difficulty moving or balancing until it stopped? If...

“Peterson” suggested for North 2’s name

With the end of the naming contest for UTM’s current North Building Phase 2 project ending this week, the new name will be announced...

Active and involved: awareness at UTM

Last Thursday, the Centre for Student Engagement at the University of Toronto Mississauga held their first Civic Awareness workshop tailored towards educating students on...

The search for warmth and shelter

Last October, a Toronto Star article by City Hall bureau chief David Rider, reported at least 70 homeless people in Toronto had died in...

Entrepreneurialism at UTM with ICUBE

Are you sitting on a business idea you believe has serious potential? Or are you perhaps tired of watching Dragons’ Den from your couch...

Razors behind St. George posters

On November 2nd, the University of Toronto Students’ Union reported hidden razor blades behind posters placed across the St. George campus to the U...

What is networking with a purpose?

One of the biggest stressors for students is the prospect of finding a job after university. They have studied and made it through their...

Caffeine vs. decaf: the good and the bad

The consumption of coffee, both caffeinated and decaffeinated, has positive and negative impacts on health. Caffeine affects the central nervous system, along with the...

Warming up, cooling down, and stretching

Whether you are playing a friendly game against your friends, a competitive game against another team in a league, or entering into a solo...

Improve self-esteem by belief in self

In 1931, Francis “Two-Gun” Crowley was trapped in an apartment and surrounded by a plethora of policemen. During his hour of demise, Crowley wrote...

The powerful advantages of proteins

It seems that whenever people are looking to lose weight, they are told to work out, avoid sugar, have a low-fat diet, and eat...

Moving from classes to crime scenes

Scott Bonn, a criminology professor at Drew University and author of Why We Love Serial Killers, writes in his January 8, 2016 article in...

Inked in 7 days

In 2009, American illustrator and cartoonist Jake Parker created Inktober, a daily drawing challenge in the month of October with the intention of improving...

UTMSU’s bursaries available

The application process has opened for five different bursaries, offered by the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union: a need-based bursary, book-based bursary, international...

To be, or not to be a playwright: a guide

For some, it takes an epiphany to compel one to write. For others, writing has always been an inclination since childhood. The latter is...

UTMSU’s legal battle continues

The lawsuit between the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union and the pro-life group, UTM Students for Life, is still ongoing with no verdict...

“Cram the cruiser” with donations

On Tuesday March 21, the Campus Police held their first ever “Cram the Cruiser” food drive event in Spigel Hall. All proceeds from the...

Grad launches “Help the Homeless”

All it took was one encounter with a homeless individual on the streets of downtown Toronto for Rebecca Kaushal, a recent UTM graduate, to...

Just what’s in your toolbox for Canada?

Last Saturday, UTM’s Centre for Student Engagement and the Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre held a workshop titled “Toolbox to Canada,” to introduce services available...

DEM hosts sixth annual Young Entrepreneurs Conference

The Digital Enterprise Management society hosted its sixth annual Young Entrepreneurs Conference, featuring various companies and organizations including MoveSnap, Nova Solution, Patio Interactive Inc.,...

Sexual Violence Centre on its way

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre will arrive at all three U of T campuses by April 2017 to help students impacted by...

U of T will extend application deadline

The University of Toronto is extending applications for academic enrollment to allow students affected by president Trump’s temporary ban an opportunity to study at...

Reacting to stress in the right way

Many of us can admit that we often get caught up with the stresses and anxieties associated with student life, so we simply don’t...

The birds and the bees

Last Friday, the Health and Counselling Centre and the UTM Sexual Education Centre held a workshop titled “Contraception and Safe Sex,” hosted by Dr....

Will an AI-composed carol top the charts?

Although January provides us with the opportunity to embrace the New Year and toss the events of 2016 behind us, we’re still savouring the...
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