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Styling and profiling

Honestly, I think it ran better than last years third night — quite a statement, especially considering Michael Ross, co-producer of Style and Profyles...

Student Housing defends residence fee increases

Residence fees are increasing, largely due to a five-million dollar mortgage that the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) took out twenty years ago. The...

By-law affects housing

Mississauga adopted proposed changes to the planning and development by-laws in the city last Wednesday, which means that UTM students will face increasing difficulty...

Best Sex Pub ever

The most highly anticipated event of the school year did not disappoint last Thursday, with over 500 students turning out to the sexuality-themed party...

Eagles Do it Again

The last time the UTM Eagles and UTSC Maroons played each other, UTM won by three points. That was during the regular season when...

Green Team reaches out

The Environment Week (EW) Finale last Friday in the South Building Council Chambers was a big success, leaving students at the University of Toronto...

Commerce cares

The Undergraduate Commerce Society (UCS) held their RentaDate event last Thursday at the Blind Duck Pub, drawing close to 200 students in attendance. Several UCS...

Task force mission challenges racism

Approximately fifty students attended the Task Force on Campus Racism hearing at the University of Torontos Bahen Centre on March 5. The goal of...

New city by-law to restrict student housing

On Wednesday March 11, the Mississauga City Council will vote on whether or not to accept a number of changes to zoning by-law 0225-2007,...

"No Clarkson power plant"

Almost 400 concerned citizens crowded into the Ontario Racquet Club on Tuesday March 3, to hear why the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) felt that...

Inside the UTSU Election

From Tuesday March 10 until Thursday March 12, students at the University of Toronto will be voting to elect a new student union, which will either be the "Change U of T" slate of candidates or the "Demand Access" ticket.Jason Marin from Change and Adam Awad from Demand Access discuss their reasons for running and what their tickets represent.

Reading week theft at Sheridan

Over the recent reading week break, over $3,500 worth of computer equipment was stolen from the Art and Art History departments office on Sheridan...
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