Tag: volume-36-issue-8

Tentative agreement reached by U of T sessional faculty

According to a message posted Sunday morning on the University of Torontos website, the University reached a tentative agreement with Canadian Union of Public...

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Majors capitalize on Belleville's penalty woes for hard-earned victory

The St. Mikes Majors dominated their opponents on November 6, much like they have dominated the entire league so far this season — with...

Sabres silence critics as Hurricanes disappoint

As experts and journalists made their predictions prior to the 2009/10 regular season, few gave the Buffalo Sabres a fighting chance to contend or...

Paving the way for Aikido at UTM

On September 21, we published an article about Aikido that prompted many student inquiries. To satisfy these inquiries, we sat down with Christopher Young,...

Nothing but the tooth

Laura Dempster, assistant professor at the U of T Faculty of Dentistry, has been elected to the position of President of the Canadian Foundation...

Real men wear heels

On November 12 at noon, the UTM Womens Centre will offer men the chance to raise awareness for violence against women. Guess how they...

ISRC is A-OK

The culture shock of coming to Canada can be a discomforting thing.  Our countrys cold winters, vast bureaucracy and a government wandering between American...

The photograph

When I look at an old photograph, I see old friends boasting blue and white robes, with mortar boards perched upon their heads, looking into the camera's conscious...

Wanderer

i stand here unsheltered, unprotected.my only shelter: emotional, courage,one man facing the immortal unexpected.a deluge of fog, a rising mossaimless, irrevocable, and unrestrictedresting under...

In pursuit of bubble tea

My roommate Kimberly and I stand in front of the Bubble Tease shop at Eaton Center, Toronto. A sizable crowd clusters before the cash...

UTM intramurals racks up points as opposing teams forfeit

No one enjoys wasting time. Forfeited games for intramurals at U of T may count as a win on the scoreboard, but for players...
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