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Volume 38, Issue 19 (March 5, 2012)

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UTM Residence Council hosts 30 Hour Famine

 
Students gathered to promote awareness about poverty and hunger.
The University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario signed an agreement on January 30 with the copyright licensing company Access Copyright to allow copyright materials in both print and digital format to be reproduced in exchange for a fee.
Slates hash our differences at the U of T Students’ Union All-Candidates Debate
Many of the details are yet to be determined, including the exact selection criteria and how much the award will be.
Due to lack of quorum, QSS passes budgets a month later than planned
Residence Council president hopes to be one of four students elected
CUPE 3902 members decided to extend polling dates until March 5 for ratification of the tentative agreement.

EPUS is back

One of the major issues affecting part-time students at the campus is the inaccessibility of the U-Pass
I encourage all students, staff, and faculty to attend a Green Dot training session.
That’s certainly not what our unions are meant to do, especially when they could have been discussing campus issues.

Night of the knockout performances

 
Hart House Theatre closes out the season with its best production, Tennessee Williams’ Night of the Iguana
Students gathered in the CCT Building to hear professor and published author Alexander García Düttman discuss the nature of participation in art.
The psychology department’s annual PAUSE Variety Night raised over $600 for ErinoakKids
The Italian Department returns with its annual play. This year it’s Io non mi marito per procura

Music really can heal the soul

 
U of T is planning to create a new centre dedicated to the medicinal effects of music
UTM students are working on an innovative Mississauga project which will showcase culture on a map
A library near you is destroying rather than giving away its old books. Here’s a look at why.
Aubrey Iwaniw worked behind the scenes to bring the Mississauga Transit U-Pass to UTM
Watching fast-paced TV shows can weaken a host of abilities, such as attention span, self-control, and problem-solving among children.
Keith Oatley proposes that reading a novel is comparable to simulation in dreams.

Battle of the Eagles: Blue vs. White

 
UTM Blue advances to semis after an 82–72 win over UTM White
Research symposium held at the University of Toronto discusses the medical effects of exercise on health
Why keeping in shape in the off-season is just as important
UTM hosts canfitpro courses for students to get certified as personal trainers or instructors