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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Natalie Ng

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Contributions

The process of growth

When I was in high school, I was a shy and timid girl that didn’t speak up at all and didn’t want to try...

How tech is redefining death: Podcast 382

How tech is redefining death: Podcast 382 is an episode of the weekly podcast produced by WIRED U.K. This podcast recaps all the major...

TED Radio Hour

The episode titled “Truth and Lies” of the TED Radio Hour podcast delves into understanding the grey area between fact and fiction. Why do...

Ontario government mandates free speech

On August 30th, the Progressive Conservative provincial government announced that publicly funded Ontario colleges and universities would be required to establish free speech policies...

Clubs and societies struggle to balance booking venues with catering costs

Clubs and societies on the University of Toronto Mississauga campus are finding it difficult to book venues outside of the student centre due to...

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”...

This year, make algorithms great again

As artificial intelligence seeps through from every corner, it also spills into news stories that have painted pictures of a subordinate human future where...

Learning through literature at UTM

Indigenous Literatures, an English course taught this semester by Dr. Daniela Janes, explores work by writers from Canada’s First Nations, in the context of...

#LetsTalk about mental health inequalities

Two days before Bell’s annual Let’s Talk day, The Medium sat down with professor Melissa Milkie from the Department of Sociology at UTM. Milkie...

Student unions get dildos

A mysterious package containing sex toys was delivered to the University of Toronto Students’ Union last week. The UTSU has now joined at least seven...

Writing to publishing: the next chapter?

The UTM Scribes organized a publishing event last Wednesday, hosting author Carrianne Leung—best known for the 2014 Toronto Book Awards Finalist Wondrous Woo. Leung,...

Talking money

An ominous 2014 Forbes magazine article title reads: “The Financial Literacy Gap Costs College Graduates Thousands.” Referencing potential damage to the economy, the article...

Beyond conventional feminist discourse

What does it mean to be a woman? What do race, culture and history have to do with it? If these questions have crossed...

Why do we still avoid eating insects?

Sometimes, when my dad is craving something salty to accompany his meal, he will grab a can of beondegi from the pantry. The small...

The wonders of mindfulness meditation

As the end of the semester approaches, anxiety tends to rise. Reflecting on the past and considering the future can turn into a constant...

Town Hall seeks to expand campus space

The first town hall meeting of the academic year, held last Tuesday, discussed various projects the University of Toronto Mississauga will undertake over the...

Writing with theatrics, creativity, and grit

The English and Drama Student Society, in collaboration with the Department of English and Drama, is set to launch the fourth volume of their...

UTM approves collaboration with OISE

The Academic Affairs Committee passed a motion approving a new collaboration program, referred to as the Major Modification: New Combined Degree Programs, between 19...

Stumbling upon treasure in the shelves

While undergoing an inventory, the staff in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library stumbled upon the Roman Missal, a ceremonial book constructed in 1716...

The process of growth

When I was in high school, I was a shy and timid girl that didn’t speak up at all and didn’t want to try...

How tech is redefining death: Podcast 382

How tech is redefining death: Podcast 382 is an episode of the weekly podcast produced by WIRED U.K. This podcast recaps all the major...

TED Radio Hour

The episode titled “Truth and Lies” of the TED Radio Hour podcast delves into understanding the grey area between fact and fiction. Why do...

This year, make algorithms great again

As artificial intelligence seeps through from every corner, it also spills into news stories that have painted pictures of a subordinate human future where...

Learning through literature at UTM

Indigenous Literatures, an English course taught this semester by Dr. Daniela Janes, explores work by writers from Canada’s First Nations, in the context of...

Ontario government mandates free speech

On August 30th, the Progressive Conservative provincial government announced that publicly funded Ontario colleges and universities would be required to establish free speech policies...

Clubs and societies struggle to balance booking venues with catering costs

Clubs and societies on the University of Toronto Mississauga campus are finding it difficult to book venues outside of the student centre due to...

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”...

#LetsTalk about mental health inequalities

Two days before Bell’s annual Let’s Talk day, The Medium sat down with professor Melissa Milkie from the Department of Sociology at UTM. Milkie...

Student unions get dildos

A mysterious package containing sex toys was delivered to the University of Toronto Students’ Union last week. The UTSU has now joined at least seven...

Writing to publishing: the next chapter?

The UTM Scribes organized a publishing event last Wednesday, hosting author Carrianne Leung—best known for the 2014 Toronto Book Awards Finalist Wondrous Woo. Leung,...

Talking money

An ominous 2014 Forbes magazine article title reads: “The Financial Literacy Gap Costs College Graduates Thousands.” Referencing potential damage to the economy, the article...

Beyond conventional feminist discourse

What does it mean to be a woman? What do race, culture and history have to do with it? If these questions have crossed...

Why do we still avoid eating insects?

Sometimes, when my dad is craving something salty to accompany his meal, he will grab a can of beondegi from the pantry. The small...

The wonders of mindfulness meditation

As the end of the semester approaches, anxiety tends to rise. Reflecting on the past and considering the future can turn into a constant...

Town Hall seeks to expand campus space

The first town hall meeting of the academic year, held last Tuesday, discussed various projects the University of Toronto Mississauga will undertake over the...

Writing with theatrics, creativity, and grit

The English and Drama Student Society, in collaboration with the Department of English and Drama, is set to launch the fourth volume of their...

UTM approves collaboration with OISE

The Academic Affairs Committee passed a motion approving a new collaboration program, referred to as the Major Modification: New Combined Degree Programs, between 19...

Stumbling upon treasure in the shelves

While undergoing an inventory, the staff in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library stumbled upon the Roman Missal, a ceremonial book constructed in 1716...
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