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A new era?

It appears to be the dawn of a new age, with the hopes of humanity seemingly resting upon one man

Barack Hussein Obama sworn in as 44th President of the United...

Barack Obama made history on Tuesday January 20th and noon when he was sworn in as the first African American President of the United States. An estimated one million people attended the Inauguration, with a crowd stretching 4.5 miles(7.25 km) or sixteen city blocks from Capitol Hill to the Washington Monument.

Child Care Centre plagued by delays

The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) administration has announced that the planned Child Care Centre, which was initially supposed to be opened by January...

Gaza ceasefire uncertain

Since December 27, 2008, Israel has been executing military airstrikes and artillery attacks in the Gaza strip, resulting in nearly 1,300 deaths. Approximately forty...

Xpression Against Oppression: Dr.Norman Finkelstein Speaks

Dr.Norman Finkelstein addressed over 500 people who came to hear him speak about solutions to the crisis between hamas and Israel. Dr.Finkelstein has been banned from Israel for ten years because of his views.

New 12-week study term for 2009-2010

Erindale College Council approved aproposal for a twelve-week fall term at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) on December 11, 2008, which will take...

Possibility of TA strike at UTM remains

Please note, this article was published last January 2009. For the latest news on the potential U of T Strike on November 9, 2009,...

UTM students protest Gaza humanitarian crisis

In freezing temperatures last Saturday afternoon, nearly 15,000 protesters turned out to protest the on-going humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip. The mob of...

Thousands gather downtown for Palestine

The corner of Avenue and Bloor was flooded as thousands of protesters braved the sub zero temperature to gather on Saturday afternoon and state...

City Centre Candle Light Vigil

Thursday night at Mississauga's City Hall hundreds of people gathered together outside in the sub zero temperature to mourn and protest the West's inaction against...

Mumbai vigil brings UTM together in mourning

Over 100 students gathered in a candle-light vigil to mourn the victims of the Mumbai attacks in November. The event was organized by the Hindu Council, Sikh Student and Muslim Student Associations, among others.

UTM Women's Centre honours Montreal Massacre victims

December 5, 2008 saw the UTM Womens Centre hold a memorial service for the nineteenth anniversary of the Montreal Massacre when Marc Lepine shot...
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