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Health on campus

Most students are unaware of HCC’s services

“How are we selling exercise?”

Research symposium hosted by the University of Toronto questions the cost of advocating healthy lifestyles

Exercise as medication?

Research symposium held at the University of Toronto discusses the medical effects of exercise on health

Combatting obesity through advertising?

U of T researchers study effectiveness of health campaigns on children

Controlling obesity through policy

Researchers suggest implementing policies to promote healthy lifestyles.

Are you getting enough exercise?

Studies how physical activity decreases among adults while binge drinking and smoking increase.

Non-head injuries can influence cognition in athletes

The effects that non-head injuries can have on the brain.

Inspiration is not enough

Deeply rooted in Olympic ideology is the idea that if a country excels at the Olympics, the medal-winning athletes will inspire more children to train hard to achieve the same goal.

Gender equity in varsity sports

The report’s results show that across Canada, males and females each have half of the participation opportunities at university; however, males have an unfair advantage.

Dropping the ball

The UTM Eagles men’s Tri-Campus volleyball team played their final game of the season against St. George Black last Tuesday at the RAWC.

UTM crushes UC, hosts basketball tourney

On November 16, the UTM’s Div. 1 basketball team, Eagles White, took on University College at 8 p.m. in the RAWC. The Eagles came...

ECG screening in athletes

In the lead article of the December issue of the Journal of Sports Medicine, U of T professor Roy Shephard weighs the importance of electrocardiogram screening against the costs of mandatory implementation.

Eagles-White hold court

Considering the final score of 60–45 in favour of UTM White, those who missed the game might think that the game was a runaway for UTM—but that wasn’t the case.

UTM Blue defeats White in Battle of UTM

On October 26, the two UTM Division 1 men’s basketball teams faced off against each other.

UTM Blue lose home opener

On Wednesday, October 19, UTM Blue played their Division 1 home opener against the Faculty of Physical Education and Health. Despite their best efforts, the UTM men’s basketball team was defeated by FPEH, with a final score of 71–80.

NHL off-season recap: Major summer trades

Although this summer has been marked with many free agency signings and talk of injuries, a few blockbuster trades have also taken place.

UTM Blue defeats UTSC

In their season opener on October 12, the UTM Blue basketball team defeated the UTSC Maroons, the defending champions from last season.

UTM women’s volleyball wins again

The UTM women’s Division Two volleyball team won their game 2–1 against University College (UC) on Tuesday, October 11.

Campus Athletics Update

On Sunday, September 25, the UTM campus hosted three tri-campus intramural games. At 1 p.m., an intramural soccer game was played against the St. George team on the North Field.

A crash course on athletics at UTM

Built five years ago, the RAWC offers golf cages, squash courts, aerobics rooms, multiple gymnasiums, a running track, tennis courts, and a pool—and virtually everything else you’d want to see in a gym.

A sombre summer in the NHL world

In a span of just four months, three Canadian hockey players have died.The first, Derek Boogaard, died on May 13 after overdosing on alcohol...

Canadians looking to spark Texas Longhorns

Last year was not a good year for the Texas Longhorns. In the dying seconds of the first round of the NCAA playoffs, the...

They’re hanging in there

The Toronto Maple Leafs may have a 1.8% chance of making the playoffs—as per Sports Club Stats—but they haven’t given up yet, as their...

Trade deadline 2011: lacking excitement

This year’s trade deadline came and went without much excitement. There was excitement from the fans, if TSN’s claim that there was a record-breaking...

Toronto Maple Leafs making final playoff push

The Toronto Maple Leafs are making that infamous playoff push that they’ve done ever since the lockout of 2004/05.It has been seven years since...

Kessel vs. Wilson

Last Sunday, Phil Kessel and Ron Wilson took shots at each other in separate media interviews. Kessel complained of a lack of communication with...

Leafs acquire Lupul and Gardiner from Ducks

Leafs defenceman Francois Beauchemin was traded to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward Joffrey Lupul, prospective defenceman Jake Gardiner, and a conditional fourth...

Reimer stands tall for Blue and White

James Reimer started his 11th NHL game last Thursday and made 37 saves, including several outstanding ones in the third period.Again, he was solid...

Majors clinch playoff berth

Mississauga’s St. Michael’s Majors became the first OHL team to make the playoffs this season with their win over the Sarnia Sting 7-1 on...

Kessel picked last in All-Star draft

On Friday, January 24, Phil Kessel became the first hockey player to get picked last at the first ever NHL All-Star Draft.He said he...

Reimer stands tall in Toronto

The 22-year-old started six games for the Leafs and was 4-2-0. He let in only 14 goals on 208 shots on net. He had...

Crosby speaks out on headshots

Sidney Crosby has finally decided to take a stand against the NHL and their leniency on the headshot rule.It took two hits against him...

Leafs’ woes continue in new year despite win

The Leafs continue to struggle into the new year, as they lost their starting goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguère to injury.Giguère, who suffered a small muscle...

Brayden Schenn named Most Valuable Player of World Juniors

Saskatoon native Brayden Schenn, 19, played an outstanding tournament at the IIHF World Junior Championship, held in Buffalo, New York over the past two...

Leafs’ midseason woes continue

The Leafs, who had a superb start to the season, started crashing after four and lost eight games in a row before finally shaking...

YouTube sparks Steve Glynn’s career

Steven Glynn, better known online as “SteveDangle”, started his YouTube video career in the fall of 2007 after reading an article in The Toronto...

Chan wins gold at SKI

Patrick Chan, 19, captured gold in the men’s singles at the Skate Canada International meet on Saturday.He landed his first quad in competition on...

NHL is full of early surprises

The beginning of an NHL season is a wonderful thing. Avid hockey fans are either planning a Stanley Cup parade or moaning that their...

Canucks come through at Commonwealth Games

Canada put on a good show at this year’s Commonwealth Games, held in New Delhi, India. After 11 days of events, Canada won 75...

Leafs’ pre-season in review

The pre-season is a good time to see the skills of up-and-coming players on each team. In particular, the Toronto Maple Leafs have young...

NHL Western Conference predictions

Fans and players alike are gearing up for another NHL regular season, which starts on Thursday, October 7. The Vancouver Canucks want to prove themselves...

Stanley Cup champs retool

Hockey season is just around the corner, which means that the players are gearing up and preparing for the pre-season. For those of you...

Health on campus

Most students are unaware of HCC’s services

“How are we selling exercise?”

Research symposium hosted by the University of Toronto questions the cost of advocating healthy lifestyles

Exercise as medication?

Research symposium held at the University of Toronto discusses the medical effects of exercise on health

Combatting obesity through advertising?

U of T researchers study effectiveness of health campaigns on children

Controlling obesity through policy

Researchers suggest implementing policies to promote healthy lifestyles.

Are you getting enough exercise?

Studies how physical activity decreases among adults while binge drinking and smoking increase.

Non-head injuries can influence cognition in athletes

The effects that non-head injuries can have on the brain.

Inspiration is not enough

Deeply rooted in Olympic ideology is the idea that if a country excels at the Olympics, the medal-winning athletes will inspire more children to train hard to achieve the same goal.

Gender equity in varsity sports

The report’s results show that across Canada, males and females each have half of the participation opportunities at university; however, males have an unfair advantage.

Dropping the ball

The UTM Eagles men’s Tri-Campus volleyball team played their final game of the season against St. George Black last Tuesday at the RAWC.

UTM crushes UC, hosts basketball tourney

On November 16, the UTM’s Div. 1 basketball team, Eagles White, took on University College at 8 p.m. in the RAWC. The Eagles came...

ECG screening in athletes

In the lead article of the December issue of the Journal of Sports Medicine, U of T professor Roy Shephard weighs the importance of electrocardiogram screening against the costs of mandatory implementation.

Eagles-White hold court

Considering the final score of 60–45 in favour of UTM White, those who missed the game might think that the game was a runaway for UTM—but that wasn’t the case.

UTM Blue defeats White in Battle of UTM

On October 26, the two UTM Division 1 men’s basketball teams faced off against each other.

UTM Blue lose home opener

On Wednesday, October 19, UTM Blue played their Division 1 home opener against the Faculty of Physical Education and Health. Despite their best efforts, the UTM men’s basketball team was defeated by FPEH, with a final score of 71–80.

NHL off-season recap: Major summer trades

Although this summer has been marked with many free agency signings and talk of injuries, a few blockbuster trades have also taken place.

UTM Blue defeats UTSC

In their season opener on October 12, the UTM Blue basketball team defeated the UTSC Maroons, the defending champions from last season.

UTM women’s volleyball wins again

The UTM women’s Division Two volleyball team won their game 2–1 against University College (UC) on Tuesday, October 11.

Campus Athletics Update

On Sunday, September 25, the UTM campus hosted three tri-campus intramural games. At 1 p.m., an intramural soccer game was played against the St. George team on the North Field.

A crash course on athletics at UTM

Built five years ago, the RAWC offers golf cages, squash courts, aerobics rooms, multiple gymnasiums, a running track, tennis courts, and a pool—and virtually everything else you’d want to see in a gym.

A sombre summer in the NHL world

In a span of just four months, three Canadian hockey players have died.The first, Derek Boogaard, died on May 13 after overdosing on alcohol...

Canadians looking to spark Texas Longhorns

Last year was not a good year for the Texas Longhorns. In the dying seconds of the first round of the NCAA playoffs, the...

They’re hanging in there

The Toronto Maple Leafs may have a 1.8% chance of making the playoffs—as per Sports Club Stats—but they haven’t given up yet, as their...

Trade deadline 2011: lacking excitement

This year’s trade deadline came and went without much excitement. There was excitement from the fans, if TSN’s claim that there was a record-breaking...

Toronto Maple Leafs making final playoff push

The Toronto Maple Leafs are making that infamous playoff push that they’ve done ever since the lockout of 2004/05.It has been seven years since...

Kessel vs. Wilson

Last Sunday, Phil Kessel and Ron Wilson took shots at each other in separate media interviews. Kessel complained of a lack of communication with...

Leafs acquire Lupul and Gardiner from Ducks

Leafs defenceman Francois Beauchemin was traded to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward Joffrey Lupul, prospective defenceman Jake Gardiner, and a conditional fourth...

Reimer stands tall for Blue and White

James Reimer started his 11th NHL game last Thursday and made 37 saves, including several outstanding ones in the third period.Again, he was solid...

Majors clinch playoff berth

Mississauga’s St. Michael’s Majors became the first OHL team to make the playoffs this season with their win over the Sarnia Sting 7-1 on...

Kessel picked last in All-Star draft

On Friday, January 24, Phil Kessel became the first hockey player to get picked last at the first ever NHL All-Star Draft.He said he...

Reimer stands tall in Toronto

The 22-year-old started six games for the Leafs and was 4-2-0. He let in only 14 goals on 208 shots on net. He had...

Crosby speaks out on headshots

Sidney Crosby has finally decided to take a stand against the NHL and their leniency on the headshot rule.It took two hits against him...

Leafs’ woes continue in new year despite win

The Leafs continue to struggle into the new year, as they lost their starting goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguère to injury.Giguère, who suffered a small muscle...

Brayden Schenn named Most Valuable Player of World Juniors

Saskatoon native Brayden Schenn, 19, played an outstanding tournament at the IIHF World Junior Championship, held in Buffalo, New York over the past two...

Leafs’ midseason woes continue

The Leafs, who had a superb start to the season, started crashing after four and lost eight games in a row before finally shaking...

YouTube sparks Steve Glynn’s career

Steven Glynn, better known online as “SteveDangle”, started his YouTube video career in the fall of 2007 after reading an article in The Toronto...

Chan wins gold at SKI

Patrick Chan, 19, captured gold in the men’s singles at the Skate Canada International meet on Saturday.He landed his first quad in competition on...

NHL is full of early surprises

The beginning of an NHL season is a wonderful thing. Avid hockey fans are either planning a Stanley Cup parade or moaning that their...

Canucks come through at Commonwealth Games

Canada put on a good show at this year’s Commonwealth Games, held in New Delhi, India. After 11 days of events, Canada won 75...

Leafs’ pre-season in review

The pre-season is a good time to see the skills of up-and-coming players on each team. In particular, the Toronto Maple Leafs have young...

NHL Western Conference predictions

Fans and players alike are gearing up for another NHL regular season, which starts on Thursday, October 7. The Vancouver Canucks want to prove themselves...

Stanley Cup champs retool

Hockey season is just around the corner, which means that the players are gearing up and preparing for the pre-season. For those of you...
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