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RAWC fills with students looking for summer jobs

An estimated 1,200 students attended the UTM Career Centre’s annual Summer Job Fair last Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The turnout was...

U of T moves online

In July, the University of Toronto signed up with Coursera, a US-based company offering open online courses. As a partner of Coursera, U of...

Speak-Off on UTM politics

Students debated UTMSU elections and UTMAC candidates campaigned at the event

Stem cell donations on campus

UTM’s Lifeline held the second annual Stem Cell Research Donation event on Tuesday.

U of T signs new copyright agreement

The University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario signed an agreement on January 30 with the copyright licensing company Access Copyright to allow copyright materials in both print and digital format to be reproduced in exchange for a fee.

New innovation in cardiac surgery

U of T professor uses stem cell technology in heart surgery

U of T to break ground on new sports centre

$58-million facility to open at St. George campus.
video

Students flock to talent show

UTMSU hosted the third annual “UTM’s Got Talent” last Wednesday.

U of T professor’s YouTube video goes viral on social media...

A YouTube video on health by U of T professor and doctor Mike Evans recently reached over a million hits.

U of T seeks $2 billion

The University of Toronto recently made history by launching the largest Canadian university fundraising initiative, BOUNDLESS, a $2-billion campaign. U of T president David Naylor announced the endeavour at Convocation Hall on Sunday evening.

Jewish groups protest upcoming Islamic course

The University of Toronto is being pressed by Jewish organizations to cancel an Islamic seminar course taught by scholar Abdullah Hakim Quick due to his public anti-Semitic and homophobic comments.

In memory of Alexandra Dodger

Alexandra Dodger, a U of T alumna and activist, passed away in Ottawa on October 15 after being involved in a car accident.

UTMSU hosts Environment Week

The events ranged from Farmer’s Market on Tuesday, pumpkin carving and Green Arts on Wednesday, and a showing of the documentary Vanishing of the Bees on Thursday.

Diversity week takes the stage

The week of January 24 to 28, UTMSU held “Unity Through Diversity Week”, an event that brought together different cultural groups on campus. The...

Master’s thesis questioned on academic standards

Last month, the Canadian Jewish Congress criticized a U of T master’s thesis about Jewish “white privilege” and victim identity as being a “cry...

Textbook revamps U of T curriculum

A complaint lodged in early 2010 by an unidentified student and two doctors in the faculty of medicine about a textbook has prompted U...

Fashion in the business world

Last Thursday the Undergraduate Commerce Society prided itself in hosting the second annual Business Banquet, with this year’s theme being business dress etiquette. The...

Beware, cheaters: the UTM watchdogs

All right, fellow UTM students, classes are definitely in and so are the UTM cheating police: they’re your TAs, professors, and plagiarism-detecting websites like...

RAWC fills with students looking for summer jobs

An estimated 1,200 students attended the UTM Career Centre’s annual Summer Job Fair last Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The turnout was...

U of T moves online

In July, the University of Toronto signed up with Coursera, a US-based company offering open online courses. As a partner of Coursera, U of...

Speak-Off on UTM politics

Students debated UTMSU elections and UTMAC candidates campaigned at the event

Stem cell donations on campus

UTM’s Lifeline held the second annual Stem Cell Research Donation event on Tuesday.

U of T signs new copyright agreement

The University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario signed an agreement on January 30 with the copyright licensing company Access Copyright to allow copyright materials in both print and digital format to be reproduced in exchange for a fee.

New innovation in cardiac surgery

U of T professor uses stem cell technology in heart surgery

U of T to break ground on new sports centre

$58-million facility to open at St. George campus.
video

Students flock to talent show

UTMSU hosted the third annual “UTM’s Got Talent” last Wednesday.

U of T professor’s YouTube video goes viral on social media...

A YouTube video on health by U of T professor and doctor Mike Evans recently reached over a million hits.

U of T seeks $2 billion

The University of Toronto recently made history by launching the largest Canadian university fundraising initiative, BOUNDLESS, a $2-billion campaign. U of T president David Naylor announced the endeavour at Convocation Hall on Sunday evening.

Jewish groups protest upcoming Islamic course

The University of Toronto is being pressed by Jewish organizations to cancel an Islamic seminar course taught by scholar Abdullah Hakim Quick due to his public anti-Semitic and homophobic comments.

In memory of Alexandra Dodger

Alexandra Dodger, a U of T alumna and activist, passed away in Ottawa on October 15 after being involved in a car accident.

UTMSU hosts Environment Week

The events ranged from Farmer’s Market on Tuesday, pumpkin carving and Green Arts on Wednesday, and a showing of the documentary Vanishing of the Bees on Thursday.

Diversity week takes the stage

The week of January 24 to 28, UTMSU held “Unity Through Diversity Week”, an event that brought together different cultural groups on campus. The...

Master’s thesis questioned on academic standards

Last month, the Canadian Jewish Congress criticized a U of T master’s thesis about Jewish “white privilege” and victim identity as being a “cry...

Textbook revamps U of T curriculum

A complaint lodged in early 2010 by an unidentified student and two doctors in the faculty of medicine about a textbook has prompted U...

Fashion in the business world

Last Thursday the Undergraduate Commerce Society prided itself in hosting the second annual Business Banquet, with this year’s theme being business dress etiquette. The...

Beware, cheaters: the UTM watchdogs

All right, fellow UTM students, classes are definitely in and so are the UTM cheating police: they’re your TAs, professors, and plagiarism-detecting websites like...
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