Tag: Volume 36-Issue 19

The end of a memorable month

Black History Month celebrations came to a close together with the end of February, but this did not keep participants from going out with...

Why we did it

So the first-ever Medium Magazine came out last week. Am I ever happy that it is out. It’s been a long two-month production and...

In solidarity

Dear Editor, After reviewing last week’s edition of The Medium, I could not help but to reply to some inaccuracies that the article “Has Campaigning...

Premature campaigning indeed

Dear Editor, On February 22, you published a story wondering if “campaigning had begun before elections.” That would be the protocol in any general election...

An unfashionable cause

The death last week of Cuban political prisoner Orlando Zapata Tamayo saddened me for many reasons. First, it saddened me because a brave, honest...

Team Canada Hockey owns the podium

Canada took the long route to get to the gold medal game, but this paid off in the end with a dramatic finish. During the...

Canada wins gold and silver in Women’s Bobsled

Since its Olympic debut in 2002, Canada has yet to win a medal in women’s bobsled—until now. For the first time in Olympic history,...

The best and worst of Canada’s Olympic run

Jon Montgomery’s gold medal celebration The 30-year-old from Russell, Manitoba sent the entire country into a frenzy after winning the gold medal in men’s skeleton...

Young researchers win big awards at U of T

Recently, the University of Toronto gained new reasons to boast with the bestowing of Sloan fellowships to five of U of T’s young researchers,...

The popular choice

The Unpopular is a web comic, that made its debut on December 4th, 2009 on www.theunpopular.com. Its original co-creators, second-year William Boyko and third-year...

Water, water everywhere

Evian, Dasani, Aquafina. It’s fresh, it’s tasty, it’s safe. Or is it? According to Nick Reaves, an executive director of Great Britain’s Chartered Institution of Water...

Dance the night away

Eleven years ago, U of T students Susanna Chwang, Rebecca Ho and Sarah Bunston organized U of T’s first performing dance group, the Only...
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