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A scientist bats away barriers at UTM

For fourth-year Ph.D. candidate Cylita Guy, pursuing doctoral studies in ecology and evolution, offered her an outlet to combine her passion for the natural...

#LetsTalk about mental health inequalities

Two days before Bell’s annual Let’s Talk day, The Medium sat down with professor Melissa Milkie from the Department of Sociology at UTM. Milkie...

Learning to do empathy through stories

During the snowy afternoon of last Wednesday, room 210 in the Instructional Building there was an empathy-building workshop.Dr. Rosa Hong, assistant professor at the...

UTM students think outside the box

Regarded as the first of its kind at the University of Toronto Mississauga, last week’s Outside the Box case competition invited students to explore...

Stage and resist: beyond the curtain

For the second speaker in the 2017-2018 Home, Exile and Return series, the UTM English and drama department hosted Dr. Elizabeth Maddock Dillon. Dillon,...

Networks, resumes, and, a little bit of luck

The Career Centre at UTM, along with the Language Studies Academic Society, Historical Studies Society, and the UTM Anthropology Society, hosted a networking night...

Schedule some time for time management

As a university student, you grow accustomed to spending the majority of your time complaining about how much schoolwork you have, avoiding said schoolwork,...

So, you think you know how to save?

According to a 2014 study conducted by Statistics Canada asking participants a series of questions about inflation, interest, and risk diversification, only 18 per...

Tweeting towards collective action

Last weekend, thousands of people around the United States and the world paraded through the streets for the 2018 Women’s March. When the first...

A student’s guide to the NAFTA impasse

The North American Free Trade Agreement may have crossed your glance when browsing through headlines or while watching the news. After President Donald Trump’s...

The highs and lows of the wage debate

On January 1, 2018, the provincial government of Ontario, headed by the Liberal Party of Canada, increased the minimum wage by 21 per cent;...

Writing to publishing: the next chapter?

The UTM Scribes organized a publishing event last Wednesday, hosting author Carrianne Leung—best known for the 2014 Toronto Book Awards Finalist Wondrous Woo. Leung,...
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