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Hart House wraps up world food week

Cheap food is an illusion. The real cost of the food is paid somewhere and if it isnt paid at the cash register,...

CAN do attitude

On October 20, U of Ts Hart House received Bollywood star Rahul Bose and Solomon Island teenage activist Christina Ora to talk about current...

The new 2012

Hollywood, some celebrities, and assorted pseudo-scientists with too much time on their hands have cited 2012 as the year the earth will end. According...

Library to remain open 24 hours during exams

Last Friday, the Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre announced that it would reintroduce the 24/5 schedule abandoned less than a month ago. UTM Chief...

New bus route for UTM

Last week, Mississauga Transit introduced a new limited-stop bus route, 101 — Oakville Express, that will travel between Oakville, UTM and the Islington subway...

International students bowl with buddies

When international students start off their first year at UTM, the International Student Resource Centre pairs them with upper-year students or mentors through its...

No double standard

Dear Editor, I was surprised to see that Mr. Begs recent letter describes the UTMSU as being unaccountable and unapproachable. He implies that the student...

UTMSU message

Dear UTM Students, I hope this finds you all well and in good spirits. I also hope that you have had success on your midterms!...

Its about us Muslim women. Again

Todays plunging necklines and stacked bangles are flashbacks to pre-Islamic Arabia where women walked around heavily ornamented and bare-breasted. Pre-marital sex, multiplicity of partners...

Style in focus: part one

There's one thing that us former tropic natives and style aficionados like about Toronto, and it is that the four different seasons give us...

Ground breaks for Health Science Centre

A small orchestra of violins and cellos played in the background. Servers dressed in black and white passed around hors doeuvres. Three screens placed...

U of T professor wins Bower award and prize

The Franklin Institute has chosen Richard Peltier, a University of Toronto Physics professor, as the recipient of the 2010 Bower Award and Prize for...

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