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Female ensemble of The Penelopiad shines

On Friday evening, Hart House Theatre held the opening production of The Penelopiad, directed by Michelle Langille, and adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novella. The...

Natasha and Other Stories

First published in 2004, Natasha and Other Stories is the debut work by Canadian author David Bezmozgis. An immigrant himself, Bezmozgis explores the lives...

Proving the power of diversity

Crazy Rich Asians, released on August 15, is a film directed by Jon M. Chu and adapted from Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel of the...

Investigating nature and technology

Canadian filmmaker Matthew Taylor Blais explores themes of self-discovery, nature, and fear in his first experimental narrative feature, Forest Movie. Hosted by the Cinema...

So long UTM: the class of ‘18 looks back

With less than three months remaining before convocation hall streams with black gowns, camera flashes, and decorated parchment, final-year students anxiously await graduation. As...

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

My Neighbor Totoro (1988) is a Japanese animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, which explores nature, imagination, and childhood. The movie follows the...

Of our self-destruction

Alex Garland’s Annihilation is more than just a sci-fi horror film. It visualizes inner conflict and self-confrontation in a unique way. This spoiler review...

BLM activist speaks at UTM

UTMSU hosted Yusra Khogali, Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder, for their “Being Black in the Ummah” event on February 25th, meant to discuss the...

“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...

The Hate U Give (Angie Thomas)

The Hate U Give (2017), Angie Thomas’ debut young adult novel, explores issues of police violence and racism in the United States. The novel...

How to reclaim Toronto’s origins

Last Tuesday, Susan Blight delivered Hart House’s annual Hancock Lecture, titled “Land and Life in Tkaronto: New Solidarities Toward a Decolonial Future.” Blight is...

Remembrance Day ceremony held at U of T

UTM staff and students gathered outside the Davis Building last Friday for the university’s annual Remembrance Day Ceremony. “This is an important aspect of what...

We humans are “born to be explorers”

Last Thursday, Bruce Poon Tip, founder of the highly successful travel company G Adventures, delivered a guest lecture at UTM, as part of the...

UTM looks into options for co-op programs

The first of this year’s monthly town hall meetings took place last Tuesday between students, interim principal Ulrich Krull, and the administration. Co-op programs Krull talked...

Female ensemble of The Penelopiad shines

On Friday evening, Hart House Theatre held the opening production of The Penelopiad, directed by Michelle Langille, and adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novella. The...

Natasha and Other Stories

First published in 2004, Natasha and Other Stories is the debut work by Canadian author David Bezmozgis. An immigrant himself, Bezmozgis explores the lives...

Proving the power of diversity

Crazy Rich Asians, released on August 15, is a film directed by Jon M. Chu and adapted from Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel of the...

Investigating nature and technology

Canadian filmmaker Matthew Taylor Blais explores themes of self-discovery, nature, and fear in his first experimental narrative feature, Forest Movie. Hosted by the Cinema...

So long UTM: the class of ‘18 looks back

With less than three months remaining before convocation hall streams with black gowns, camera flashes, and decorated parchment, final-year students anxiously await graduation. As...

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

My Neighbor Totoro (1988) is a Japanese animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, which explores nature, imagination, and childhood. The movie follows the...

Of our self-destruction

Alex Garland’s Annihilation is more than just a sci-fi horror film. It visualizes inner conflict and self-confrontation in a unique way. This spoiler review...

BLM activist speaks at UTM

UTMSU hosted Yusra Khogali, Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder, for their “Being Black in the Ummah” event on February 25th, meant to discuss the...

“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...

The Hate U Give (Angie Thomas)

The Hate U Give (2017), Angie Thomas’ debut young adult novel, explores issues of police violence and racism in the United States. The novel...

How to reclaim Toronto’s origins

Last Tuesday, Susan Blight delivered Hart House’s annual Hancock Lecture, titled “Land and Life in Tkaronto: New Solidarities Toward a Decolonial Future.” Blight is...

Remembrance Day ceremony held at U of T

UTM staff and students gathered outside the Davis Building last Friday for the university’s annual Remembrance Day Ceremony. “This is an important aspect of what...

We humans are “born to be explorers”

Last Thursday, Bruce Poon Tip, founder of the highly successful travel company G Adventures, delivered a guest lecture at UTM, as part of the...

UTM looks into options for co-op programs

The first of this year’s monthly town hall meetings took place last Tuesday between students, interim principal Ulrich Krull, and the administration. Co-op programs Krull talked...
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