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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Booster Juice: the unhealthy ugly truth

Health has been on a rising trend within the contemporary market. Taking advantage of this atmosphere, many businesses have attempted to expand their net...

Boorman plays ball to honour friend

In Georgetown, Ontario, most people assume that if you’re an athlete, you must be a hockey player. Here at UTM, at first glance, 6’2...

A messy but hard-fought hockey game

This past Wednesday, November 14th the U of T tri-campus hockey development league gathered at Varsity Arena for another week of inter-campus play. The...

UTM comes back from 0-2 deficit to keep undefeated record.

It’s 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 11 at the RAWC. The referee blows the whistle to start the deciding game, the Eagles chant, “One,...

Update: RAWC renos

Since October 23, 2018, the swipe-in machine at the RAWC—also known as a turnstile—has been broken. People entering the gym or changerooms have been...

UTM falls short against the Sheridan Bruins

This past Saturday, November 10th, our men’s varsity basketball team took on the fourth ranked team in the OCAA West conference: the Sheridan Bruins....

Nguyen: the philosophical weightlifter

Jess Nguyen, a third-year student studying political science and philosophy, found his passion for weightlifting through a teacher at his high school. “I initially...

Eagles winning streak officially broken

The Sheridan Bruins paid UTM a visit for a varsity women’s basketball game, this past Saturday, November 10 at the RAWC’s Gym A/B. The...

Eagles run at nationals

This past weekend, November 9-10, Sophie Glanz, Kale Heino, and Haseeb Malik from UTM’s cross country team competed at the CCAA Nationals. Although the weather...

Third wellness routes discusses nutrition

The RAWC took to the woods once again last Tuesday, October 30th for a nature walk. This time the walk was joined by several...

Jiana’s love for the game started young

Across the Atlantic Ocean in Damascus, Syria, nearly ten thousand kilometres away, a 14-year-old Jiana Alnajjar began her basketball journey. Alnajjar is a fifth-year...

Impacts of intramurals

Intramural sports are a great way for students to remain physically active without having to commit themselves to the packed schedule that comes along...
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