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Galloway speaks at UTM

In a speech that was remarkable for its lack of controversial statements, George Galloway began by thanking Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney for bringing...

The Movement rolls on

Although results have not yet been made official, a ballot count on March 26 indicated a victory — by a substantial margin of approximately...

Student Centre "wear and tear"

Pieces of the Student Centre roof have been falling onto the Blind Duck Pub patio below during the past month, requiring caution tape around...

Bondar touches down at UTM

Dr. Roberta Bondar landed at UTM on March 26 for an environment lecture attended by approximately two hundred people. Hosted by the UTM Student...

Residence line-up angers students

On Saturday March 21, a large group of students began lining up outside of Oscar Peterson Hall around 8 p.m. in the hopes of...

Red Cross opposes war

On March 25, the UTM Red Cross with the cooperation of the UTM Historical Studies Society hosted the Even Wars Have Limits semi-formal dinner...

Management abandons UCS

In an unprecedented and unexpected move, the Department of Management has decided that beginning next year it will no longer support the Undergraduate Commerce...

Your student union: yes or no?

In the latest sign of student apathy at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), no one will stand against the ticket of UTM Movement...

Galloway to speak at UTM before ban

George Galloway, an elected member of the British House of Commons and an outspoken critic of the Iraq and Afghan wars, was banned from...

HSC’s Antakshari

On March 13, members of the UTM Hindu Student Council were busy throughout the day decorating the Student Centre Presentation Room for the annual...

Accusations taint election

When Albert Delitala approached UTMSU President Wasah Malik about the possibility of support or endorsement, he had good reason to expect a positive response:...

Sharing circle brings out idea

A traditional Aboriginal Sharing Circle was held on March 16 in order to raise awareness about Aboriginal issues at UTM. Rebeka Tabobondung, the post-secondary...

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