Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Stefanie Marotta

Stefanie Marotta
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In her senior year at UTM, Stefanie stepped out of the newsroom to lead a team of very talented editors as Editor-in-Chief. Stefanie loves inquisitive students and encourages people to come up to the office to chat about getting involved with the paper, politics (especially of the student variety), and puppy pictures on Instagram. @StefanieMarotta

The politics of club funding

A lot of money is reserved for club funding. Over $80,000 of student money was budgeted for clubs last year. With all of this...

Pulling the wool off your eyes

Students are some of the most naive people I know—in a good way. It’s in these lecture halls that we interact with the university’s...

Take a closer look at Homestead

I've lived in Mississauga my whole life. I was born at the hospital just down the street from UTM and donned dozens of Mississauga...

City council votes against part-time UPass

MiWay to reassess program after summer session that includes both full- and part-time students in the UPass.

Mixed slate to enter UTMAC office

A combination of candidates from Yes We Can and All Students Actively Participating won this year’s UTM Athletic Council election

Where are the voters?

UTM Engage wins UTMSU election with about 17% voter turnout

Starting anew

A word from next year’s EiC

Picture this

UTSU incumbent campaigns for Engage, refuses photos

Are we disengaged?

UTMSU All-Candidates Debate fails to draw attention from students at the Blind Duck

The independent

For a second year in a row, Thomas Kristan is running independently against a full slate in the UTMSU elections

Unity dominates elections

Students First and independent candidate Tanoli fall behind by large margin

UTM Residence Council hosts 30 Hour Famine

Students gathered to promote awareness about poverty and hunger.

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