Tag: mental health

Problems beyond the 6 by 8 jail cell

If you’ve been in the CCT building on campus anytime between early February and now, you’ve probably noticed the makeshift tent installations of Mississauga-based...

Why I didn’t think university was for me

I remember the day I received my university acceptance letters through email. For most people, reading through those encouraging words should’ve induced feelings of...

The crusade against a broken system

A January 2018 article in the Toronto Star titled, “A broken system is harming those with mental illness,” detailed Soleiman Faqiri’s last moments in...

Yogilates: a yoga and pilates hybrid

Yoga, found in writings as early as the Upanishads, dates back to the Vedic age, approximately 500 – 600 BCE, and focuses on enlightenment...

Unit 1 tentative agreement voted in favour of unit-wide ratification vote

  CUPE 3902 Unit 1 and the University of Toronto reached a tentative agreement last Thursday, February 8th, which requires ratification by Unit 1 members...

#LetsTalk about mental health inequalities

Two days before Bell’s annual Let’s Talk day, The Medium sat down with professor Melissa Milkie from the Department of Sociology at UTM. Milkie...

UTM basketball wins back-to-back games

This past Sunday, January 28, the UTM men’s and women’s varsity basketball teams played back-to-back games in Gym A/B. UTM teamed up with Bell,...

The ugly truth about living with BDD

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), also known as muscle dysmorphia, is a body image disorder...

Time to speak up about mental health

Whereas one in five young Canadians are affected by a mental health issue, only one in four will find help, according to the Jack.org...

UTM athletics: half a year in review

An appraisal of the previous semester is necessary to gauge the past and present state of UTM Athletics, before diving into a brand-new semester....

Achieving your new year’s resolutions

As the clock strikes midnight on January 1, 2018, a list of New Year’s resolutions seems to suddenly appear. Every year, it is the...

Take a breather, it’ll be okay

With the middle of November upon us, all these stresses and worries begin to dawn on students in the form of exams, assignments, essays,...
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