Tag: volume 36-issue 17

Rights group asks UTM professor to resign

UTM political science professor Aurel Braun was asked to resign from his position as chair of Rights and Democracy, a non-partisan organization based in...

Activist Angela Davis speaks to students

In the main event for Xpression Against Oppression Week, professor and social activist Angela Davis presented a lecture at the Bloor Cinema on Thursday...

Student groups tackle oppression

Last week, UTMSU organized the Xpression Against Oppression Week (XAO). The four-day event attempted to bring attention to various domestic and international issues from...

[email protected] educates students on gay blood donor ban

Last Wednesday, [email protected], the LGBTQ club on campus, set up a table to educate students on the policies that dont allow homosexual males to...

Students, administration and parking: a three-way collision

Parking at UTM—the reason for many a students headache, the source of frequent complaints for the parking office and overall, one of the most...

Just one word: Internet

What would you do if you could meet the founders of Facebook before they made it big?  Would you invest in them? Would you...

The CRA hopes for positive change in Africa

When Shakira Abubakar was a grade ten student in Brampton, Ontario, she was concerned about her peers apathetic attitude towards the genocide in Darfur....

Dating tips for guys

Conversation Nothing is more awkward than prolonged lulls in conversation, but dont just blurt out anything to break the silence. Sometimes, its hard to tell...

EPL and their corporate yard sale

The monetary status of the English Premier League is a growing concern in the soccer world. The last couple of years have displayed the...

St George exacts revenge on Eagles

St. George Team A gets revenge on UTM by capitalizing on a defensive collapse in the second half of a womens tri-campus basketball game. On...

Publishers beware—the medium is the message

Growing up in a poor country was not a cool experience for me. Now that I live in a rich country, I am often...

Will there be another Catcher in the Rye?

The famously reclusive author J.D. Salinger, best known for his seminal coming-of-age novel The Catcher in Rye, died last Wednesday at age 91. He lived a...
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