Op Ed

In 2019, journalism is dead

It is early June 1971. Analyst Daniel Ellsberg has leaked the Pentagon Papers, which detailed the history of United States-Vietnam relations to a war-weary...

The mental health crisis: An existential response

During my first week at UTM, I was diagnosed with severe chronic depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I sought out the...

Music and how it defines us

When someone asks me what defines me as a person, I always say music. Music and art are ingrained in my roots. My grandfather...

Global Climate Strike Toronto: Hope for a better future

In the August of last year, a 15-year-old Greta Thunberg skipped school and decided to protest in front of the Swedish Parliament with her...

Getting around: A first-year’s guide to UTM

Here is your quick guide to all the best spots on campus for whatever you are into.Hey first...

Alma mater: Owning our education

We don’t know what we have until we lose it.In Chile during the 1970s, political prisoners were kidnapped, tortured,...

UTM’s identity crisis

UTM as a campus has distinguished itself from its St. George counterpart by identifying as a ‘green and tranquil’ campus. A quick Google search...

Productivity: A long-term solution

You wake up. It’s eight o’clock...at night.“How did this happen?” You wonder. You must’ve crashed when you got home...

If you aren’t voting in this election, shut up

In the upcoming Federal election, individuals between the ages of 18-38 will make up the largest group of eligible voters. If you’re...

Studying the pomodoro technique

Throughout all of mankind, we’ve questioned our existence, purpose, and most importantly, what we’re going to eat next. But there’s a question we often...

On mass violence in North America

In her article published on September 16, “The Gun Epidemic: Mass Violence in America,” Paula Cho brings up isolated American incidents from as far...

Learning the pardoxes of wu-wei

In this world, there are endless paradoxes that permeate through society, sometimes capable of causing existential crises. Two such paradoxes are found in the...
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