Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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New renovations to Davis approved

The Campus Affairs Committee convened last week to review the timeline of the William G. Davis building renovations, as well as establishing a new...

Paul Donoghue leaves UTM

Paul Donoghue, UTM’s chief administrative officer, retires from his position at the end of September. “It has been a remarkable journey for which I am...

North building underway

North Building Phase 2 is still currently in development and expected to open on schedule in late August of 2018. UTM’s chief administrative officer, Paul...

Davis upgrade coming

The William G. Davis building is expected to undergo construction on the food court and main entrance later this term, to become a permanent...

Campus Council approves fee hikes

The Campus Council convened last Wednesday and approved a motion to increase the 2017/2018 ancillary fees for food, residence, and parking. Proposed by UTM’s chief...

Miway reduces its percentage increase

In UTMSU’s board meeting last Monday, UTMSU stated that they have successfully negotiated with Miway to drop the nine percent yearly increase of the...

UTMSU to fight fee increase

UTMSU held its first Campaigns and Advocacy Commission meeting in the Student Centre last Tuesday, where they discussed the possibility of a demonstration this...

UTM discusses parking fee increase

The UTM Campus Affairs Committee convened last Wednesday to discuss proposed fee raises for parking costs on campus. Last semester, a new two-level parking deck...

UTM’s buildings: more than bricks

At the recent Mississauga Urban Design Awards night, UTM’s Deerfield Hall was awarded one of the 2016 Awards of Excellence, the criteria of which...

Phase B construction underway

Following the demolition of the remaining sections of the North Building last March, construction is currently underway for North Building Phase B—a six-storey facility...

Parking shortage set to end

The lower level of UTM’s new parking deck will open on Tuesday, following a lack of parking spaces on campus. The two-storey parking deck, located...

300 new parking spaces to be constructed by fall

A new parking deck extension will offer 300 new spots to be in service starting next September. The new parking space will be located next...

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