Wednesday, December 2, 2020

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Nagata elected to CFS-O

UTMSU President Felipe Nagata recently became the newly elected Chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Students Ontario (CFS-O). Nagata’s election comes in the wake...

Clinton vs. Trump: the final round

Hillary R. Clinton Mahnoor Ayub This past October marked the beginning of the most turbulent episode of Hilary Clinton’s election campaign so far. With newspapers reporting...

UTSU settles suit with Bollo-Kamara

UTSU has passed a motion at Saturday’s board meeting to accept a settlement deal with Yolen Bollo-Kamara, one of three defendants listed in a...

Priorities for U of T’s future

President Meric Gertler visited UTM last month to solicit feedback from students and staff on his “three priorities” for meeting the challenges U of...

As Residence Council President…

Dear Editor, As Residence Council President I decided to give back my full honorarium.  The reason why I decided to do this is because we...

Presidential address

On behalf of the union, the elected Executives, Board of Directors, and Staff Members, we would like to welcome and congratulate you for beginning...

UTMSU hosts town hall to seek student direction

Last Thursday, the UTMSU held an open-panel town hall in the Presentation Room of the Student Centre. Rather than being a formal meeting, the...

Double standard?

Dear Editor, I am writing to you today after reading the article on the front page last week. I am glad that students stated what...

Presidential address

Dear fellow UTM students, I hope this letter finds you well. Though the weather this summer has continuously shifted in a menagerie of blue skies...

Ovie starts a fire

Heres some advice for all those who detested Alexander Ovechkins goal celebration last week: lighten up. Washington Captials winger Ovechkin made headlines last week after...

A new era?

It appears to be the dawn of a new age, with the hopes of humanity seemingly resting upon one man

Barack Hussein Obama sworn in as 44th President of the United...

Barack Obama made history on Tuesday January 20th and noon when he was sworn in as the first African American President of the United States. An estimated one million people attended the Inauguration, with a crowd stretching 4.5 miles(7.25 km) or sixteen city blocks from Capitol Hill to the Washington Monument.

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