Corrected February 13, 2019: The article included the University of Toronto Graduate Students Union, the UTMSU, the UTSU, the SCSU, and APUS hosted the consultation alongside the University of Toronto. The headline was also update to reflect this change.
Corrected February 12, 2019: The photographer credits were updated
Corrected January 29, 2019: Thw photographer credits were corrected to Muhammad Ali
Corrected January 28, 2019: Added Image and caption
Corrected January 18, 2019: The article previously stated the UTM students will not be paying UTSU fees anymore. This was corrected to state that any fee paid by undergraduate students at UTM to the UTSU is in the works to be transferred over back to the UTMSU.
Corrected December 3, 2018: Third paragraph, peer copyeditor was properly changed to volunteer editor
Corrected December 3, 2018: In the second paragraph ‘Everybody Wants a T-Shirt! was changed to ‘Everyone wants a T-Shirt!’
Corrected December 3, 2018: Madeleine’s name was corrected to the right spelling in the headline.
Corrected December 3, 2018: In the second last sentence, the word passed was changed to failed as requested by the author.
Corrected November 23, 2018: The policy has not been approved by Governing Council, so the a definitive implementation date of May 1st, 2019 is not confirmed yet. This was clarified in the piece
Corrected November 22, 2018: Correction: UPS was corrected to UCS
Corrected November 12, 2018: Our subtitle previously stated that the increase was $5000. A correction has been made, the increase was actually $3100.
Corrected November 5, 2018: The article previously stated that the UTMSU Food Center was co-managed by the Equity and Diversity Office at UTM. However, the Food Center is not co-managed by the Equity and Diversity Office and any mention of this has been removed from the article.
Corrected October 31, 2018: Professor Koening-Woodyard’s name was corrected to the right spelling.
Corrected October 17, 2018: Incorrect photographer name Yi Rong Tam was corrected to Yi Rong Tan
Corrected October 9, 2018: Updated: The score 79-65 to 81-71
Corrected October 9, 2018: Changed: ‘UTM cheerleaders’ to “The UTM Dance Team….”
Corrected October 9, 2018: Removed: The turnout was quite low compared to previous years.
Corrected October 9, 2018: Changed: Tierney explains that the goal was to build a sense of community on campus and ignite the UTM spirit since the St. George sports teams tend to gather a larger audience. Brittany points out that students need to feel that UTM “is their home, UTM is where they can have school spirit.” to Tierney explains that “being a satellite campus, we don’t get that same kind of community feel, we get kind of under the gaze of bigger U of T. So to see so many people out and supporting UTM and kind of feeling like this is their home, [that] this is where they can have school spirit, is really awesome.”
Corrected October 9, 2018: Changed: “Brittany Tierney, the varsity program administrator, said this homecoming was an attempt to “get the alumni to come out and support our varsity program.” to Brittany Tierney, the varsity program administrator, said that “homecoming was getting alumni to come out and reconnect with the UTM community in support our Varsity program”
Corrected September 27, 2018: Ravine Davis correctly referred to as “they” and “them”
Corrected September 27, 2018: “mirror the services offered by the Office of the Registrar’s Academic Advisors” was removed
Corrected September 27, 2018: Sherry Hunter changed to Sherry Yuan Hunter
Corrected September 10, 2018: Removed: Featured Photo
Corrected September 10, 2018: Removed: June Clark’s exhibition will run until December 2018.
Corrected September 10, 2018: Original: Clark’s work can be found on the second level of the AGO, in the African Art section. To this: Clark’s work can be found at the new J.S.Mclean Centre for Indigenous & Canadian Art.
Corrected September 10, 2018: Original: The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is showcasing eight pieces of June Clark’s work in its Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries, 1971- 1989 exhibition. To this: The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is showcasing eight pieces of June Clark’s work.