Volume 36, Issue 5 (October 5, 2009)

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University service helps students deal with stress

The Health & Counselling Centre  (HCC)is offering weekly workshops to help students cope with stresses faced by university students. Each workshop tackles a different source...

On October 2, the Minister of Industry Tony Clement, Harinder Takhar, MPP for Mississauga-Erindale...

September 24, 2009 Theft Under $5000 A student reported the theft of  his parking permit from...

The Erindale Filipino Students Association will hold a fundraiser this week  for the victims...

An obligation to demand the most of ourselves

Last week UTMSU representatives met with departing Vice-President Orchard to discuss what they wanted from the next president. (Predictably, the issue of tuition fees was chief on their list.) Vice-President Part-Time Affairs Ibrahim Hindy suggested a principal who will go out of their way...

I bet they sound good on the dance floor

The Arctic Monkeys are one of those bands that aren't afraid to speak their minds. Whether they are slagging off another band (that's British...

Stratovarius is a group some may consider a household name within the metal industry,...

I have been up for twenty-six hours straight and have learned that Nuit Blanche...

Dave? This is John. Your pimp says bring the heroin shipment tonight or hell...

ECSperT care in expert hands

The Erindale College Special Response Team is a St. Johns ambulance affiliate, run by student volunteers.  Its most noticeable service around campus is its...

In many stories that involve ill-fated occurrences, the teller often places the blame on...

Paris in the summer was beautiful. Paris was life after oppression. Paris was food,...

Majors outlast rival Battalion in home opener

After going on a 2-2 road trip to begin the season, the Mississauga Majors had their home opener at the Hersey Centre Friday night...

With the regular season having just begun, there are many predictions. One thing is...