Volume 39, Issue 1 (September 10, 2012)

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U of T moves online

In July, the University of Toronto signed up with Coursera, a US-based company offering open online courses. As a partner of Coursera, U of...

Amy Mullin, UTM’s vice-principal academic and dean, has presented the draft of the UTM...

The UTM administration reorganized the Environmental Affairs Office and eliminated Aubrey Iwaniw’s position as...

Like most members of the UTM community, professor Lee Bailey was shocked to discover...

First-year students have started off their careers at UTM full of memories made at...

Take a closer look at Homestead

I've lived in Mississauga my whole life. I was born at the hospital just down the street from UTM and donned dozens of Mississauga soccer league jerseys. With so much suburban experience, I knew when I ended up at this campus that I shouldn’t...

Aiming to Please

The upcoming television season is likely to both excite and disappoint audiences. As always, with a slew of new shows premiering in the next...

With the Toronto International Film Festival kicking off this past Friday, critics and film...

Armed with a wall of noise and hook-filled choruses to spare, Toronto rockers the...

Rock ’n’ roll was alive and kicking Friday night at Mississauga’s Celebration Square, where...

The cost of a university education

It’s over. The humid nights at boisterous parties, the spontaneous excursions to overcrowded beaches and parks, the long drives that ended with large family...

“I chose UTM because of its environmental image,” says Rahul Mehta, a June 2012...

Nick Volpe, U of T’s Argo

As the crowd of 23,061 settle themselves into their Rogers Centre seats to watch the Toronto Argonauts battle their East Division rivals, the Hamilton...

Program coordinator Jack Krist is proud of the progression of the Recreation, Athletic, and...

It’s an experience that Varsity Blues fans have waited 17 long years for: the...