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Fee increase recommendations

The Quality Services to Students rejected to endorse a motion proposed by the administration at the Campus Affairs meeting last Thursday to raise the...

Campus Council approves fee hikes

The Campus Council convened last Wednesday and approved a motion to increase the 2017/2018 ancillary fees for food, residence, and parking.Proposed by UTM’s chief...

UTM discusses parking fee increase

The UTM Campus Affairs Committee convened last Wednesday to discuss proposed fee raises for parking costs on campus.Last semester, a new two-level parking deck...

UTM increases accessibility

Last Monday, the Academic Affairs Committee meeting presented UTM’s guidelines and existing policies in regards to accessibility and accommodations.Andrea Carter, the assistant dean of...

New ways to handle assault reports

The Campus Affairs Committee convened last Thursday to discuss the future goals and project plans for UTM. Among the topics discussed were details in...

Inspiration from antiquity

A cluster of ceramic birds sits in the centre of the room. Intricate blue patterns fleck their white surfaces. The birds are both original...

Phase B construction underway

Following the demolition of the remaining sections of the North Building last March, construction is currently underway for North Building Phase B—a six-storey facility...

40 years of divine unity

Currently on display at the Art Gallery of Mississauga is Youngo Verma’s exhibition, Kundalini: Union of the Divine. According to the PDF of the...

Parking shortage set to end

The lower level of UTM’s new parking deck will open on Tuesday, following a lack of parking spaces on campus.The two-storey parking deck, located...

And first place goes to…

Last Thursday saw the 38th Visual Arts Mississauga Juried Show of Fine Arts. Tucked away in the corner of Mississauga City Hall, at first...

GTA artists get in on the conversation

Diaspora Dialogues, a non-profit Toronto-based arts organization, teamed up with the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday to produce a night of vibrant performances...

Students demand trans support at Castro event

Cuban activist Mariela Castro visited UTM to speak about transgender rights in Latin America on November 19, an event that sparked controversy amongst trans...

UTM food options

Colman Commons (OPH) Winning features:Make your own smoothie bar Overall most spacious and quiet dining areaIn my opinion, this place may be the most underrated space...

The Duck Stop’s here

UTMSU’s new convenience store, The Duck Stop, opened last Monday ahead of its grand opening scheduled for today.Selling snacks, soft drinks, and canned foods,...

Multi-faith space: a “band-aid solution”?

Two new multi-purpose areas opened in Deerfield Hall intended for multi-faith, meditation, and study purposes have been deemed a “band-aid solution” to address calls...

North to undergo further reno

UTM is preparing for the start of Phase B renovations to the North Building, anticipated for March 2016.Expected to be completed by summer 2018,...

AGM rocks the boat of Canadian art

The AGM was quiet when I walked in at 7:20 on a Thursday evening. But as I approached the exhibition hall, I could hear...

Made in China: artwork with a history

Made in China. We see the words stamped on most objects. Pencil cases, water bottles, costume jewelry, and souvenirs.Located on the first level of...

Fee increase recommendations

The Quality Services to Students rejected to endorse a motion proposed by the administration at the Campus Affairs meeting last Thursday to raise the...

Campus Council approves fee hikes

The Campus Council convened last Wednesday and approved a motion to increase the 2017/2018 ancillary fees for food, residence, and parking.Proposed by UTM’s chief...

UTM discusses parking fee increase

The UTM Campus Affairs Committee convened last Wednesday to discuss proposed fee raises for parking costs on campus.Last semester, a new two-level parking deck...

UTM increases accessibility

Last Monday, the Academic Affairs Committee meeting presented UTM’s guidelines and existing policies in regards to accessibility and accommodations.Andrea Carter, the assistant dean of...

New ways to handle assault reports

The Campus Affairs Committee convened last Thursday to discuss the future goals and project plans for UTM. Among the topics discussed were details in...

Inspiration from antiquity

A cluster of ceramic birds sits in the centre of the room. Intricate blue patterns fleck their white surfaces. The birds are both original...

Phase B construction underway

Following the demolition of the remaining sections of the North Building last March, construction is currently underway for North Building Phase B—a six-storey facility...

40 years of divine unity

Currently on display at the Art Gallery of Mississauga is Youngo Verma’s exhibition, Kundalini: Union of the Divine. According to the PDF of the...

Parking shortage set to end

The lower level of UTM’s new parking deck will open on Tuesday, following a lack of parking spaces on campus.The two-storey parking deck, located...

And first place goes to…

Last Thursday saw the 38th Visual Arts Mississauga Juried Show of Fine Arts. Tucked away in the corner of Mississauga City Hall, at first...

GTA artists get in on the conversation

Diaspora Dialogues, a non-profit Toronto-based arts organization, teamed up with the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday to produce a night of vibrant performances...

Students demand trans support at Castro event

Cuban activist Mariela Castro visited UTM to speak about transgender rights in Latin America on November 19, an event that sparked controversy amongst trans...

UTM food options

Colman Commons (OPH) Winning features:Make your own smoothie bar Overall most spacious and quiet dining areaIn my opinion, this place may be the most underrated space...

The Duck Stop’s here

UTMSU’s new convenience store, The Duck Stop, opened last Monday ahead of its grand opening scheduled for today.Selling snacks, soft drinks, and canned foods,...

Multi-faith space: a “band-aid solution”?

Two new multi-purpose areas opened in Deerfield Hall intended for multi-faith, meditation, and study purposes have been deemed a “band-aid solution” to address calls...

North to undergo further reno

UTM is preparing for the start of Phase B renovations to the North Building, anticipated for March 2016.Expected to be completed by summer 2018,...

AGM rocks the boat of Canadian art

The AGM was quiet when I walked in at 7:20 on a Thursday evening. But as I approached the exhibition hall, I could hear...

Made in China: artwork with a history

Made in China. We see the words stamped on most objects. Pencil cases, water bottles, costume jewelry, and souvenirs.Located on the first level of...
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