Tag: Volume 36-Issue 23

UTM will burn for nature

This spring, UTM will conduct a prescribed burn of a small parcel of land in its northeast section. The event, which will take a...

Management class donates to Heifer International

Last Tuesday, Professor Ann Armstrong asked her Organiza-tional Design (MGT363) students to bring $2. At the start of the lecture, Armstrong explained that she...

UTSU picks Stronger Together

On March 16-18, students at both UTM and St. George voted to elect the student union that represents over 40,000 U o f T...

New credit option for UTSU

The U of T Scarborough campus recently passed the option of the credit/no credit application to courses. UTSC students at can now have the...

UTMAC elections: Blackout or Blueprint2?

The UTM Athletics Council campaign period began last Monday. This year, Blueprint2, Team Blackout and an independent VP Administration candidate are vying for positions. Blueprint2...

A crash course in mahjong

Mahjong, a game originating in China, is similar to the Western card game rummy. There are now many different versions of mahjong, but the...

UTM athlete profile: Erin Doane

Erin Doane, a 19-year-old Art and Art History student at UTM and MVP award recipient for women’s division 2 soccer, is living proof that...

The next Leafs captain?

Now that the regular season is coming to a close for the NHL, the Toronto Maple Leafs will have many voids to fill in...

Summer opportunities at the RAWC

Though you might be taking it easy this summer, the RAWC continues to run stellar athletic programs and initiatives for summer 2010.Tournaments - Campus...

Professional athletes: justly paid?

In the wake of the 2010 Olympic Games, in which decorated Olympians collected anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000 per medal, one wonders whether professional...

Let the riots begin

As the 2010 FIFA World Cup quickly approaches, fans are excited to cheer for their preferred countries. Around the world, however, police officers and...
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