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Meal replacements: the liquid truth

Liquid meal replacements have been around for over 50 years, but most recently, there has been a growing popularity and interest spread by celebrities...

Do you have bad bedtime behaviour?

Ever since Netflix hit the scene, the phrase “just one more episode” has been used a lot more frequently, simply because Netflix provides that...

Knights defeat eagles by fourteen

This Saturday, February 9 the UTM men’s varsity basketball team went toe-to-toe with the Niagara College Knights. Although a game fought with heart, the...

Jiana’s bitter farewell

The Eagles lost big this Saturday, February 9th to the Niagara College Knights 103 – 64. Don’t let Jiana Alnajjar know that because she...

Aldoori: fearless, compassionate, humble

Noor Aldoori never thought varsity soccer was something achievable for her. “It was definitely not on my radar at all. The opportunity presented...

The lack of lactose in the new food guide

I remember thumbing through the old Canada Food Guide in elementary school, the rainbow design standing out among the other miscellaneous handouts during the health...

Eagles defeat condors

There is only one word to describe the UTM women’s basketball game last Wednesday, January 30, between the UTM Eagles and Conestoga Condors—electrifying. There was...

Condors steal first win of the season

On Wednesday, January 31, Bell Let’s Talk Day, our UTM men’s varsity basketball team took on the Conestoga Condors. In their second last home-game...

UTSC dominates Wednesday hockey game

Last Wednesday, January 23rd the UTM men’s d-league ice hockey team went toe to toe with UTSC at an exciting game, unfortunately ending 5-3...

Roberts always strives for greatness

Starting point guard, Gregory Roberts, of UTM’s varsity men’s basketball team and the OCAA’s current leading scorer, was determined to never play basketball. Despite...

Eagles struggle at second tournament

Last Friday, January 25th, the UTM women’s varsity soccer team had their second tournament of the indoor season at Redeemer University in Ancaster. The...

Changing football culture

In 2016, an NFL executive admitted that they were aware of the connection between CTE (Chronic traumatic encephalopathy) in the brain of their athletes...
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