Corrected March 21, 2017: Sarzana Hasin Zafar’s first name had been misprinted.
Corrected February 28, 2017: This is the fourth exhibition of its kind, not the second.
Corrected February 7, 2017: The venue had been misstated.
Corrected January 31, 2017: Peter Kungania’s name had been misspelled.
Corrected January 24, 2017: The degree of Weiditch’s role in UTMAGS’s activities has been edited to clarify the involvement of other members of the team. Some mistaken information about recent changes in UTMAGS was also removed.
Corrected January 17, 2017: Javed’s video was not set in nor intended to be a comment on the Middle East. It was set in Mississauga.
Corrected November 22, 2016: Maleha Islam’s name had been omitted as the third judge, and Dirie’s name had been misprinted.
Corrected November 15, 2016: KhaRå Martin’s name had been misspelled.
Corrected November 8, 2016: Nazareth was quoted as saying “real estate licence” rather than “mortgage licence”.
Corrected November 1, 2016: It originally stated that Alideeb’s last movement was to increase, rather than to clarify, the number of representatives.
Corrected October 25, 2016: The online version originally contained the text of a different article, and the photo was miscredited to Olivia Adamczyk.
Corrected October 18, 2016: Bruce Poon Tip’s last name had been cited as Tip rather than Poon Tip, and the annual event was mistakenly referred to as bi-annual.
Corrected October 4, 2016: Quotes originating from the society’s co-presidents were attributed to only one of them.
Corrected September 27, 2016: Bilal Rifai’s surname had been misprinted.
Corrected September 20, 2016: Ryan Snelling’s surname was misprinted.
Corrected September 13, 2016: The scholarships referred to as being worth $100,000 were actually worth $10,000.