Monday, October 19, 2020

Tag: HCC

Rethinking the handcuffing incident

Over the past two weeks, many of us have heard about a student who was handcuffed in the HCC after seeking help for...

Goat yoga: a chance to say ‘nnnnaammastte’

Students, faculty, and staff got the chance to explore a new form of exercise last Friday with bleating, cuddly baby goats.

QSS meets & talks

The QSS plans to have an additional advisory group get together to discuss the departments with “opt-outable” fees. The second Quality...

Edibles available in Canada (in Dec)

On October 17, exactly one year after the legalization of cannabis, cannabis edibles and other products were officially made legal to buy and sell...

Chemical imbalance unphased by self-initiative

Fourth-year student Sabrina Collins was struggling with her worsening mental health until she stumbled upon “The Case for Personal Responsibility,” an op-ed...

Visit UTM’s doctor’s office here on campus

We all know how important it is to have proper mental and physical health. Academia can be stressful and tiring at times in a...

President Meric Gertler’s $400,000 salary denies him access to student services

After standing in line for three hours to schedule an appointment with a Student Success representative at the Office of the Registra , U...

HCC hosts successful wellness event

On Thursday, September 27, the HCC took over the entirety of the RAWC for their massive carnival of Be Well UTM: Resource and Activity...

Recapping the 2017-2018 athletic year

A review is nothing less than taking a thousand-step journey, except the footsteps lie in front of you. Looking back, our UTM Eagles have...

Anxiety: statistics and available outlets

According to Canadian Virtual Hospice, anxiety is defined as an “…emotional and physical state that includes some combination of fear, uneasiness and worry.” While...

A reminder to smokers

A new initiative is working to remind UTM students to stay nine metres away from doorways when smoking near the entrances of buildings on...

Taking care of students’ wellbeing

As the end of the semester approaches, the library’s silent study zones are not the only place on campus experiencing increased student traffic. A...

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