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Drenched eagles reign supreme

As sheets of rain drowned the North Field on October 4, the UTM division 1 womens soccer team faced off against Victoria College. The...

A talk with Professor Dax Urbszat

Dr. Dax Urbszat began his post-secondary education by attaining a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto with a Specialist in Psychology and...

Environmentally friendly E-bike now available at UTM

UTM BikeShare, a student-run organization that loans bikes for personal use in collaboration with the UTM New Democratic Party club, introduced the e-bike on...

Students shave to save

On October 15, students gathered at the Blind Duck Pub from 12 to 3 p.m. to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. The...

Students visit professional schools fair

The Career Centre recently organized the Professional Schools Fair at the RAWC. The fair was attended by over a thousand students and 93 schools...

Is Mississauga Transit not keeping their end of the bargain?

Dear Editor,Over the month that we have been in session, I have noticed a disturbing trend on the Mississauga Transit buses serving this campus....

UTM not a racetrack

Dear Editor,Lately I have become irritated with how incredibly fast people have been driving on inner campus roads. It is extremely dangerous and it is...

Bodies on the riverbank

What would you do if your loved ones were suddenly taken from you without any explanation? Who would you turn to for answers? How...

Bold, brash, brazen

I was in New York three years ago and I tried to see a The Whitest Kids You Know show at Carolines comedy club....

A taste of turkey for international students

Although midterms and essays are around the corner for most university students, Thanksgiving is a time of the year when many get a day...

RAW presents "Live like a refugee"

During September 28 through to October 2, the World University Service of Canada committee at UTM held Refugee Awareness Week. UTMSU VP External Henry...

Fly mating at U of T

Last Thursday, a UTM research team led by Professor Joel Levine revealed that by genetically tweaking pheromones emitted by fruit flies, they were able...
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