Tag: Issue 15

Congrats and concerns: Sports around the world

It was an exciting and exhilarating week filled with big games, trades and plain raw sport entertainment. Heres whats new and what we have...

DUI: a new trend in the NBA

Steroids, human growth hormones and cannabis. Whats next you ask? Well, if youre a professional athlete, then its have drink and travel.The NBAs 2008-09...

Wonderwall Boulevard

Our mind is a labyrinth of emotions, decisions and memories. The palms of our hands are an intricate network of roads on an interstate...

War for peace

Every day that I am here I wonder what I am fighting for. I used to believe that we are here so that the...

Students can make a difference

Many people wish the world was a better place, one where fellow human beings didnt have to face genocide or severe socioeconomic disparities. Other...

Best of 2008

CFRE Radio and The Medium join forces to pick the best albums of the year. Synth-pop and Bar-Rock place. Who will take top honours?

Whats the Dil-eo: Worst in 2008

2008 was an especially harsh year. Regretfully, not only will our epoch be remembered for the failing economy, skyrocketing gas prices, and the progression...

Revolutionary Road drives close to home

Love and marriage. According to the Frank Sinatra tune, they go together like a horse and carriage. After watching Revolutionary Road, I would strongly...

Protest solidarity

Wherever you go there seems to always be a protest of some sort. Most of you are aware, Im sure, of the fierce protests...

New 12-week study term for 2009-2010

Erindale College Council approved aproposal for a twelve-week fall term at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) on December 11, 2008, which will take...

Possibility of TA strike at UTM remains

Please note, this article was published last January 2009. For the latest news on the potential U of T Strike on November 9, 2009,...

UTM students protest Gaza humanitarian crisis

In freezing temperatures last Saturday afternoon, nearly 15,000 protesters turned out to protest the on-going humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip. The mob of...
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