Friday, July 23, 2021

Editorial

The two of us were pushing my mini fridge across campus in a bright red trolly cart on a humid summer day in 2019....
Happy New Year! 2020 is finally over! And now that it is, most of us are asking one question: what the hell was 2020?...
Memes can be funny, wholesome, political, dark, offensive, niche, universal, or a combination of all these types. In fact, meme types are as varied...
The Charlie Hebdo Prophet Muhammed cartoons and the awful terrorist attack that followed continue to haunt France. On September 25, a stabbing outside the...
On October 5, The Medium published its fifth issue of Volume 47. As a section editor, this not only signified a small milestone but...
With the beginning of fall comes the start of a new journey for many students. Among them is my little sister, who is starting...
For the past 15 years, I have always characterized September as a new beginning. The outset of each school year meant a window to...
On August 4, 2020, a stream of heavy smoke rises into the hazy blue sky before it is quickly replaced by the eruption of...
Since 2018, uncontested elections have been a recurring theme for the UTMSU.  In that year, the One UTM slate ran unopposed, garnering a turnout rate of...
Are you all ready for this year’s winter carnival? It’s going to be a doozy. Here are some things that are included in the $3.00 ticket:...
On December 11, after classes had ended, the Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met to discuss increases for various incidental fees. The most pressing of...
Last week, we broke a story on campus police handcuffing third-year UTM student Natalia Espinosa at the Health and Counseling Centre (HCC) after she expressed suicidal ideation....

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