Tag: volume-37-issue-6

The face of fundraising

On October 13, UCS hosted the Fair for Hope, UTM’s annual charity event to find a cure for cancer. Held between 12 and 3...

Being a ninja sort of sucks. I don’t want to eat...

It was the sauerkraut at Spigel Hall that made me do it.It was a Monday, and you know what that means: too little sleep,...

Doctober? Time will tell

In 13 years, Roy Halladay has done it all on an individual level. He’s won a Cy Young award, appeared in seven all-star games,...

RAWC prepares for team tryouts

The recent annual and semi-annual team tryouts were the highlight of tri-campus, casual co-ed, intramural and campus-rec teams for soccer, basketball, ice hockey, volleyball,...

How did that get there? part 1

Oh, hello there! This is my first try at writing for The Medium. For this article (which will be printed in several installments), I...

Beware, cheaters: the UTM watchdogs

All right, fellow UTM students, classes are definitely in and so are the UTM cheating police: they’re your TAs, professors, and plagiarism-detecting websites like...

The Sunday Secrets

“You are invited to anonymously contribute a secret to a group art project. Your secret can be a regret, fear, betrayal, desire, confession, or...

Spotlight on DJ John Acquaviva

One of the most popular techno DJs in the world, multi-label entrepreneur John Acquaviva certainly has much to celebrate on his upcoming birthday on...

Bored? It’s anything but boring

Just out of a relationship, the frequently intoxicated Jonathan Ames is down and out and doesn’t know what to do. His writing career is...

CEO catches up with students on campus

John Kourtoff, U of T alumnus and co-founder of Trillium Power, discussed the economic benefits of renewable energy with UTM students and faculty inside...

NFL: unpredictable

No matter how many stats you might know about the NFL, no one can predict exactly how the season will unfold week by week....

10 things you take for granted

As a child, there are many things we wished we could do but we either were too small, too short, or just too young....
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