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APUS expands bursaries

The Association of Part-Time Undergraduate Students’ (APUS) provides bursaries for students in need. Recently, as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, the association has decided...

Essential fees announced, UTMSU and other fees deemed ‘non-essential’

Earlier today, Vice-Provost, Students Sandy Welsh sent an email to student society presidents regarding the implementation of the ‘Student Choice Initiative.’

UTMSU represents at meeting

The first meeting of 2019 for the UTM Campus Council opened with a warm welcome for Rose Patten, the newly-elected Chancellor of U of...

Updates provided at townhall

During the first townhall of the new year, UTM Principal Ulrich Krull gave an update on the arts, culture, and technology building, and commented...

U of T to host summit

The University of Toronto has confirmed it will be hosting the Times Higher Education’s (THE) World Academic Summit 2020.According to...

RSU hosts emergency board meeting

On February 1, the Ryerson Student Union’s (RSU) Board of Directors held an emergency meeting regarding RSU’s executives reported mismanagement of the student funds that...

New North name still MIA

Since the construction of the new building on the UTM campus, everyone has been awaiting its official name. While students and faculty refer to...

Tensions high at QSS

The Quality Service to Students council (QSS) meeting took place this past Monday. This organization is responsible for primarily offering recommendations regarding the operation...

Student coalition created

In an emergency motion presented during the board of directors meeting on January 23, 2019, the UTMSU discussed plans to form a coalition of...

PC government OSAP announcement

On January 17, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities announced a 10 per cent tuition rate cut on all publicly-assisted college and universities...

OSAP protests

On January 25, thousands of students marched from Yonge and Dundas square to Queen’s Park to protest the announcement made by the Ontario government...

Nagata elected to CFS-O

UTMSU President Felipe Nagata recently became the newly elected Chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Students Ontario (CFS-O). Nagata’s election comes in the wake...
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