Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Tag: David & Vivian Campbell Centre for Contemporary Art

Working out men’s health in Movember

The annual tradition of Movember has arrived again, where men’s health is the focal issue all throughout November. A report from Harvard Health Publishing...

Water basketball makes a wave at UTM

Last Tuesday, UTM Intramurals and Aquatics teamed up to host UTM’s first Innertube Water Basketball Tournament. Set to run for three and a half...

Loss and the iceberg: How grit is key

We tend to fall for the iceberg illusion—the illusion that the part we see above the surface is a true representation of its size....

Profs issue really honest letters of recommendation to students

Reality checks have spread across campus as professors have taken to writing completely honest letters of recommendation for their students.

U of T student leaves degree on GO train

A freshly minted U of T graduate who forgot her degree certificate on a GO train after the November 4 ceremony had it returned...

The HCC mental health process: A breakdown

The Medium spoke to the Health and Counselling Centre (HCC) about the process students can go through to access mental health services on campus,...

Lakeview Village: A new community for the city

Mississauga will soon become home to an exciting urban waterfront community called Lakeview Village. The 177-acre community development plan was approved...

First Faith Fair at UTM

The Centre for Student Engagement (CSE) hosted UTM’s first ever Faith Fair last Tuesday in the Communication, Culture, Information & Technology (CCT) atrium.

Youth and Yoga in Lamu

“I like to see how languages work in the world. fascinated by the complexity of communication and the central role it plays...

UTM’s popular vocal dataset

“Are you familiar with TSpace?” asks Dr. Kathy Pichora-Fuller, professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. TSpace is the University of Toronto’s institutional...

Remembering the CP train derailment

On the morning of November 11, 1979, 12-year-old Javed Khan and his cousin were out to deliver newspapers on their route.

Queer Eye Japan is culturally appropriate

“The Fab Five bring their message of self-care and compassion to four Japanese men and women while exploring the country’s rich culture and...

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