Tag: Volume 36-Issue 22

Relax, take it easy

As finals are approaching, students need to live by the catchy house song and “relax, take it easy.” Here are some tips senior students...

Yellow unofficially wins after appeals

After two weeks of campaigning for the UTMSU spring elections, a 30% voter turnout has set a new record. Voting took place last week...

Sex pub

On Thursday night, the UTM Sexual Education Centre held its annual sex pub at the Blind Duck. This event, one of the largest of...

Mississauga Transit introduces new route

This week, a new Mississauga Transit route will come into operation, cutting the travel time from Square One Terminal to Westwood Mall roughly in half....

Emergencies on campus

Last Thursday, UTM students received an email with instructions on how to download a software program that will automatically send emergency alerts to their...

U of T historian wins award

Dr. Natalie Zemon Davis, a U of T History scholar and Detroit native, has been awarded the Holberg International Memorial Prize, valued at about...

Annual Antakshari a success

Last Friday evening, the Hindu Students Council organized its annual Holi Antakshari. The event was attended by approximately 200 students and celebrated peace and...

CCIT council sees students succeed

CCIT students often joke that they  get the same two questions every time they reveal their program of study. The first question is: “What...

Students learn the art of blackjack

Last Tuesday night, the Math and Computational Science Departments and Math and Computational Science Society came together for “Probability In BlackJack,” which was presented by...

More voices

The results are in: the Yellow team won the UTMSU election. In a meeting that took place Monday afternoon, Vickita Bhatt, presidential candidate for this...

Post-campaign reflections

Dear Editor,I have been thinking a lot about the recent Student Union election, mostly because I set up some deliberate "tests" at the beginning...

Unhappy about the elections? Me too

Dear Editor,Our next UTMSU president has been charged for 65 demerit points? For those who aren't aware, 35 points gets you disqualified. I encourage...
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