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Nicole Sciulli

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Contributions

A turbulent odyssey towards refuge

Immigration to a new country can be a daunting experience for any newcomer. While missing their families and homes, they must adjust to a...

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...

Regular versus diet pop: which is better?

Whether you’re at a restaurant, a vending machine, or looking through your fridge, you may have found yourself stumped between making the decision of...

The evolution of romance in literature

When people study renaissance and medieval literature, many feel quite removed from the text because they cannot relate to that time period. Students slowly...

Modern Love: The Podcast

As I worked long hours at my summer job, I experimented with different storytelling podcasts—and by far the best one I found was The...

A Canadian quilt story

As part of an exhibition exploring Canadian heritage, A Thread and a Story is an exhibition by Museums of Mississauga highlighting Canadian quilts from...

Amnesty International at UTM: What’s next?

The Amnesty International club, restarting this year at UTM, hopes to give students an avenue to combat this helplessness and to advocate for human...

Health benefits of kale

When you finish exercising and you’re contemplating what to eat for a snack, the go-to for any health buff is normally a refreshing salad....

Mirror, mirror, on the wall and quad

As I walked onto the quad, surrounding me were round convex mirrors in a variety of sizes spaced strategically around the grounds. The public...

Pedaling away from your stresses

A healthy person between the ages of 18-65 should be getting at least 30 minutes of exercise a day, five days a week. Between...

The fine line between personal narratives

Excitement was buzzing at the Art Gallery of Mississauga with the opening reception of three new exhibitions: Border Crossings, Souvenir Shop, and walking across,...

Summer research with Smarti Gras II

The second Smarti Gras event was held on August 16 at the Instructional Building. This summer research celebration was a chance for student researchers...

Eating healthy at UTM

With the school year back in session, it is so easy for students to fall back into their daily routine of eating food that...

Hitting the right notes

On August 30, the Mississauga Arts Council hosted Amphitheater Unplugged, an open live microphone event for aspiring musicians to showcase their talent. Hosted by...

EDSS leaves discrimination in the dust

Last Friday, the English and Drama Student Society premiered Ashes and Dust, a play written and directed by Max Ackerman.The plot follows the protagonist,...

How do you want to be remembered?

When the ones we love pass away, there’s a void in our lives. But their stories don’t end when their life does. What if...

One of UTM’s 50 Faces: Dr. Lee Bailey

Situated in room 114 of the Kaneff building, hardworking students and TAs from Dr. Lee Bailey’s ECO100 class work together in the help centre...

Perfetti Sconosciuti (2016)

On the outside, it’s a perfect dinner of close friends. They relax and enjoy their evening. But underneath the surface, there are lies, deception,...

Artists create meaning through media

With the rise of the digital age, younger generations have an increasing number of platforms and outlets to express themselves. In turn, emerging artists...

Honourable treatment for refugees

When we enter university, we share the stress of homework, time management, and tuition fees. But what if the chance to go to university...

Writing Excuses

When an author develops a fictitious world, coming up with ideas can seem like an impossible task. Writing involves an endless amount of editing...

Piecing together the past

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is currently displaying ‘Moments of Vision’: The Life and Work of Thomas Hardy. Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) was an...

Long Red Hair (Meags Fitzgerald)

People spend their lives discovering who they are, with the most formative years occurring in adolescence. Meags Fitzgerald’s graphic memoir, Long Red Hair, provides...

Sabrina (1954)

Directed by Billy Wilder, Sabrina is a 1954 romantic comedy that tells the story of Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn), daughter of Thomas Fairchild (John...

Let’s start a revolution

On Friday October 28, The Art Gallery of Ontario hosted a screening of Continental, a documentary in conjunction with Theater Gates’ How to Build...

Hart House brings innocence to light

On Friday October 21, Raconteurs Storytelling hosted their talk, “Architects of Justice: Stories from the Justice System” at Hart House. Speakers shared their personal...

What statement does your flag make?

Currently on display at the ROM is Art, Honour, and Ridicule: Asafo Flags from Southern Ghana. The display showcases flags handcrafted by the Fante...

My Fair Lady (1964)

My decision to watch My Fair Lady is partly owing to Audrey Hepburn. While I knew she was an iconic British actress, I had...

Painting the town 50% red

Currently on display at the Imagemaker Gallery in Port Credit is a different type of exhibition.RED Hot features local artists, including Nada Annan, Liliane...

It’s a Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken (Seth)

When I entered my graphic novel course this semester, I was looking forward to all the novels we would be reading. Graphic novels have...

UTMSU introduces campaigns

A “Fight the Fees” campaign was discussed last Wednesday in UTMSU’s first commission meeting of this academic year.Marise Hopkins, UTMSU’s VP external, stated that...

A turbulent odyssey towards refuge

Immigration to a new country can be a daunting experience for any newcomer. While missing their families and homes, they must adjust to a...

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...

Regular versus diet pop: which is better?

Whether you’re at a restaurant, a vending machine, or looking through your fridge, you may have found yourself stumped between making the decision of...

The evolution of romance in literature

When people study renaissance and medieval literature, many feel quite removed from the text because they cannot relate to that time period. Students slowly...

Modern Love: The Podcast

As I worked long hours at my summer job, I experimented with different storytelling podcasts—and by far the best one I found was The...

A Canadian quilt story

As part of an exhibition exploring Canadian heritage, A Thread and a Story is an exhibition by Museums of Mississauga highlighting Canadian quilts from...

Amnesty International at UTM: What’s next?

The Amnesty International club, restarting this year at UTM, hopes to give students an avenue to combat this helplessness and to advocate for human...

Health benefits of kale

When you finish exercising and you’re contemplating what to eat for a snack, the go-to for any health buff is normally a refreshing salad....

Mirror, mirror, on the wall and quad

As I walked onto the quad, surrounding me were round convex mirrors in a variety of sizes spaced strategically around the grounds. The public...

Pedaling away from your stresses

A healthy person between the ages of 18-65 should be getting at least 30 minutes of exercise a day, five days a week. Between...

The fine line between personal narratives

Excitement was buzzing at the Art Gallery of Mississauga with the opening reception of three new exhibitions: Border Crossings, Souvenir Shop, and walking across,...

Summer research with Smarti Gras II

The second Smarti Gras event was held on August 16 at the Instructional Building. This summer research celebration was a chance for student researchers...

Eating healthy at UTM

With the school year back in session, it is so easy for students to fall back into their daily routine of eating food that...

Hitting the right notes

On August 30, the Mississauga Arts Council hosted Amphitheater Unplugged, an open live microphone event for aspiring musicians to showcase their talent. Hosted by...

EDSS leaves discrimination in the dust

Last Friday, the English and Drama Student Society premiered Ashes and Dust, a play written and directed by Max Ackerman.The plot follows the protagonist,...

How do you want to be remembered?

When the ones we love pass away, there’s a void in our lives. But their stories don’t end when their life does. What if...

One of UTM’s 50 Faces: Dr. Lee Bailey

Situated in room 114 of the Kaneff building, hardworking students and TAs from Dr. Lee Bailey’s ECO100 class work together in the help centre...

Perfetti Sconosciuti (2016)

On the outside, it’s a perfect dinner of close friends. They relax and enjoy their evening. But underneath the surface, there are lies, deception,...

Artists create meaning through media

With the rise of the digital age, younger generations have an increasing number of platforms and outlets to express themselves. In turn, emerging artists...

Honourable treatment for refugees

When we enter university, we share the stress of homework, time management, and tuition fees. But what if the chance to go to university...

Writing Excuses

When an author develops a fictitious world, coming up with ideas can seem like an impossible task. Writing involves an endless amount of editing...

Piecing together the past

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is currently displaying ‘Moments of Vision’: The Life and Work of Thomas Hardy. Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) was an...

Long Red Hair (Meags Fitzgerald)

People spend their lives discovering who they are, with the most formative years occurring in adolescence. Meags Fitzgerald’s graphic memoir, Long Red Hair, provides...

Sabrina (1954)

Directed by Billy Wilder, Sabrina is a 1954 romantic comedy that tells the story of Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn), daughter of Thomas Fairchild (John...

Let’s start a revolution

On Friday October 28, The Art Gallery of Ontario hosted a screening of Continental, a documentary in conjunction with Theater Gates’ How to Build...

Hart House brings innocence to light

On Friday October 21, Raconteurs Storytelling hosted their talk, “Architects of Justice: Stories from the Justice System” at Hart House. Speakers shared their personal...

What statement does your flag make?

Currently on display at the ROM is Art, Honour, and Ridicule: Asafo Flags from Southern Ghana. The display showcases flags handcrafted by the Fante...

My Fair Lady (1964)

My decision to watch My Fair Lady is partly owing to Audrey Hepburn. While I knew she was an iconic British actress, I had...

Painting the town 50% red

Currently on display at the Imagemaker Gallery in Port Credit is a different type of exhibition.RED Hot features local artists, including Nada Annan, Liliane...

It’s a Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken (Seth)

When I entered my graphic novel course this semester, I was looking forward to all the novels we would be reading. Graphic novels have...

Hart House brings innocence to light

On Friday October 21, Raconteurs Storytelling hosted their talk, “Architects of Justice: Stories from the Justice System” at Hart House. Speakers shared their personal...

Painting the town 50% red

Currently on display at the Imagemaker Gallery in Port Credit is a different type of exhibition.RED Hot features local artists, including Nada Annan, Liliane...

UTMSU introduces campaigns

A “Fight the Fees” campaign was discussed last Wednesday in UTMSU’s first commission meeting of this academic year.Marise Hopkins, UTMSU’s VP external, stated that...
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