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UTMSU’s campaign promises reviewed

Last year, Fresh UTM was elected on a platform that promoted making fees more affordable for students and increasing student services. The elected team...

One UTM team earns demerits

In the University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union’s elections this month, each member of One UTM received five demerit points for an “unintentional abuse”...

UTMSU withholds board meetings

The University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union’s minutes for their board meeting have been absent from their website for the entirety of the academic...

One UTM slate running unopposed

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union’s Candidates Forum was held on March 15th in anticipation of the upcoming union elections and saw the...

PSLA talks future of political journalism

The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Political Science and Pre-Law Association hosted a panel on March 15th, discussing the objective of political journalism to the...

Campus Council passes fee increases

Campus Council approved fee increases to University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union and Association of Graduate Students. This final approval indicates that the increases...

UTSU releases U-Commute survey results

The University of Toronto Students’ Union released the results from their U-Commute transit survey in preparation for a potential GTA-wide U-Pass. The results showed...

York enters second week of strike action

Teaching assistants, contract faculty, and graduate assistants from CUPE 3903 units 1, 2, and 3 have entered into their second week of strike action...

UTMSU wins UTMSFL lawsuit

A judge has ruled in favour of UTMSU following their lawsuit with pro-life group UTM Students for Life. The lawsuit, which was filed in...

UTM Campus Police arrest robber

A suspect for a recent break-and-enter has been charged and is currently being held in custody after an investigation by the UTM Campus Police...

Professor’s posts found not sexual

Allegations made against University of Toronto’s psychiatry professor Peter Collins’ online posts resulted in the university asking him to be more mindful of his...

Kathleen Wynne speaks at Hart House

The Hart House Debates and Dialogues Committee hosted Ontario’s premier Kathleen Wynne on March 1st, who addressed issues like the #MeToo campaign, the tuition...
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