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Medical comics draw on health & illness

While the terms “graphic comic” or “graphic novel” may bring to mind images of a fictional story of the battle between good and evil,...

Changing the way we look at UTM’s laptop thieves

Every hour at the UTM library, students will hear an announcement—the same announcement. It’s a reminder that there have been reported laptop thefts, and...

A week full of science, demos, and inclusivity

Last week, UTM hosted their annual “Science Literacy Week” event, entitled “The Infinite Wonders of Space,” at the UTM library. The week-long event was...

Judging a book by its landscape art

In commemoration of UTM’s 50th birthday, along with UTM Library’s 10th anniversary, the library commissioned Guy Laramée to make “Oxford Dictionary”—a book sculpture. Currently,...

Town Hall seeks to expand campus space

The first town hall meeting of the academic year, held last Tuesday, discussed various projects the University of Toronto Mississauga will undertake over the...

SciLit Week: not just about learning

On April 2, 2014, Jesse Hildebrand, an ecology major from the University of Toronto, wrote his last exam. Generally, on the day after our...

New greenhouse on budget for over $3M

UTM’s newest facility will be a modern, research-based greenhouse budgeted for over $3 million and is expected to be completed by February or March.Located...

When the finals hit home

Therapy dogs? Been there. Stress eating? Done that. Crafts? It’s not the first thing that came to mind, is it?Everyone has their own ways...

Looking ahead to the next chapter

Students had the opportunity to talk to human books on Wednesday evening for the third annual Living Library.A conversation with a “human book”—an alum...
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