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Tag: humanities

Using human health for breadth credits

Many students often find the hunt for distribution credits to satisfy UTM’s graduation requirements to be tedious at times. To graduate from the university,...

Academic Affairs approves curriculum changes

Curriculum changes for the humanities, social science, and science departments were approved during the Academic Affairs Committee meeting last Monday. The committee also discussed...

The truth is stranger than fiction

Last week, I had the pleasure of reading a response from Russell Wu. Despite his focus on ad-hominem attacks on my character rather than...

UTM students deserve better than fake news

When I saw Jordan Peterson’s name on the opinion section of The Medium last week, I thought, “Oh, I wonder what scandal I’ll read...

What does Peterson have against humanities?

I’m as tired of seeing Jordan Peterson’s name plastered everywhere as much as the next person According to the U of T website, Peterson is...

Respect for your fellow writer

Last week I attended a wonderful talk, which is part of the Literature Matters series taking place at U of T. Host Smaro Kamboureli...

Why study the humanities?

For the past four years I’ve studied English at UTM, and for the past four years, I couldn’t tell you why I did it.

Where are you going with that?

The question comes to every student, usually from a well-meaning relative or perhaps a fellow student: Four years and tens of thousands of dollars...

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