Tag: volume-37-issue-11

Fashion in the business world

Last Thursday the Undergraduate Commerce Society prided itself in hosting the second annual Business Banquet, with this year’s theme being business dress etiquette. The...

CTV journalist Karlene Nation speaks to students

Karlene Nation, famed CTV Toronto news reporter, sat down with UTM students last Friday to talk about her experiences as a journalist, and to...

Ringing in the New Year

I know it’s a little early to talk about the New Year; after all, we still have to go through the excruciating pain of...

In the past two weeks UTMSU…

Dear Editor,In the past two weeks UTMSU has been out in force. I appreciate seeing my compatriots speaking to students. I also like seeing...

Majors keep on rolling

The Mississauga Majors have been on a tear this season and that trend continued last Friday night at the Hershey Centre. The Niagara IceDogs...

CRA raises funds and awareness

Continental Rescue Africa, a Canadian non-profit organization, aims to empower youth and women to take charge and become leaders of the future. The organization...

Students take action against poverty

It may have been a rainy Tuesday evening on November 16, but several UTM students gathered for a discussion on poverty in Peel. The...

Deathly Hallows kills the box office

At 9:45 p.m. on Thursday, November 18 at Coliseum Mississauga, the long-awaited Harry Potter finale was just hours away. But until then, mobs of...

All blogged down?

In the world of music blogs, there are thousands of sites one could stumble upon. As difficult as it is to find a good...

Big surprises halfway through the NFL regular season

With half of the NFL season now complete, here are three of the biggest surprises that have taken place thus far:1. Brett Favre and...

Kids and television: not so bad after all?

Little did our parents know that when they plunked us down in front of the television as children, they were doing us a great...

Is plagiarism increasing at UTM?

The number of reports of plagiarism continues to increase at the University of Toronto Mississauga. But is the act of plagiarism itself increasing, or...
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