Tag: volume-37-issue-15

Fire Alarm in the Davis Building

The morning of February 16 saw hundreds of students, faculty, and staff gather outside the Davis building after a fire alarm went off. Students...

QSS fee increases

UTMSU and University Faculty came together on February 14 for a QSS Special Purpose meeting in order to discuss fee increases and vote on...

UN diplomat—insider’s perspective

On Monday, February 7, from 12 to 2 p.m., Desmond Parker, University of Toronto alumnus and United Nations Chief of Protocol, gave an “insider’s...

The games women play

Cue the lights, strike a pose, and make your fabulous entry into New York high society of the 1930s, dahling. Theatre Erindale’s production of...

The next few months at UTM are going to get…

Dear Editor,The next few months at UTM are going to get crazy and exciting. Why? Well, it’s election time for the student union. I’ve...

You’ve got [email protected] mail

The U of T email system is undergoing major changes. The whole UTORMail system will be changing hosts as U of T is exploring...

Part Two

There is a beauty in the way we lie to ourselves, constantly enamored by the truth and all of its implications, yet still (desperately) trying to...

Mayor McCallion gets flash mobbed

On February 9, UTM students, faculty, and staff gathered in the lobby outside the RAWC to surprise the mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion, with...

When I first heard about Mubarak’s resignation…

Dear Editor,When I first heard about Mubarak’s resignation, I heard about it from a text message.  Mansour, Mubarak has stepped down.I didn’t text anything...

Superbowl season revisited

By now you may have heard: the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl. In the week since that victory there’s been plenty of...

Valentine’s gift ideas: surviving V-Day

Have a girlfriend/boyfriend and don’t know what to buy for them?Have that special someone you want to woo, but unsure how to do it?Are...

Matt Cooke: Public enemy number one

Feder Tyutin, a Blue Jackets defenceman, was chasing a puck that had been sent in behind his net when he felt his head smash...
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