Tag: Issue 21

Rough season, but successful trade deadline for Raptors

Lets face it; if youre a Toronto Raptors fan this season, youre also a disappointed fan. Heading into Fridays game against the Phoenix Suns...

"Make it a priority"

Many of us aspire to become professional athletes when we are younger. As students those aspirations fade as we dream of careers more in...

Canada's next top team?

With the 2010 Olympics a year away, the Canadian Mens ice hockey team seems like the stronger competitor in Vancouver. And with the load...

UTM students: "F" for recycling

UTM has a dirty, stinking, rotten problem. And a team of UTM students were wrist-deep in it as they sorted through garbage from the...

D-Day: A new artistic outlet

Last October, The Medium published a profile on UTM student and artist Dmitri Tcherbadji (aka D , and his plan to encourage art for...

Devil may care

FEEL MY MOUSTACHE, my friend Aaron yells at me as he points to the piece of brown felt Scotch-taped to his upper lip. No...

The Thieves get thicker

Anachronisms in music are often treated as strokes of genius, but its a slippery slope. When Beirut came out with Gulag Orkestar in '06,...

Memoria

As the dark haired beautys mysterious eyes stare out at you from Memoiras self-titled debut album cover, the thought that she might be a...

The Way I Are

Confusion and attraction are, for some, factors leading to a tawdry one-night stand, but for Katie Bethune-Leamen they form the basis of her latest...

Far from tame

William Shakespeare has, and always will be, the ultimate playwright. His stirring tragedies and uproarious comedies continually merit praise for their strokes of genius,...

Food at UTM

I read last weeks article on the residence fee hikes half-hoping that the writer would mention the food at OPH. He didnt, which was...

Today's "positive space"

As I went around gathering information and facts on the Undergraduate Commerce Society (UCS) and their Biz Frosh fiasco (re: UCS under fire for...
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