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Volume 39, Issue 3 (September 24, 2012)

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Presidential search in the works

About 10 people attended the presidential search town hall last Monday, along with 10 members of the Presidential Search Committee. The committee held the...

The unofficial results of the Erindale College Council election were posted online pending ratification.ECC...

UTM’s Queer Orientation continued last week and ended on Wednesday night with the annual...

Amy Mullin, UTM’s vice-principal, academic and dean, held a town hall last Friday in...

Students packed the RAWC last Wednesday for the annual Get Experience Fair, an event...

A mass of pink-clad people congregated at UTM on Sunday to start another year’s...

In light of the release of the Ontario government’s discussion paper “Strengthening Ontario’s Centres...

Politicians don’t care about students

Dear Editor, Austerity, deficit reduction, reining in of spending, all echo through the media and political spheres. Hold on a second before you turn the page; this has to do with you. Want a more affordable education? That’s what I thought, so listen up. Students...

Dear Editor, You’d think it would go without saying, but a discussion paper is necessarily...

Since last week’s round of emergency town halls at the St. George and Mississauga...

Dear Editor,While I was covering Orientation Week for The Medium for the first issue,...

A lot of money is reserved for club funding. Over $80,000 of student money...

Night of art and discovery in downtown TO

Art lovers and citizens of Toronto alike came out to enjoy the seventh annual Scotiabank Nuit Blanche on Saturday night. The festival, which runs...

Last Saturday evening Most Thieves, a new ensemble from Las Vegas, opened for the...

From heart-wrenching moments between a father, Gus, and his daughter Mickey (Clint Eastwood and...

Most Thieves took to the stage at the Sound Academy on Saturday night to...

People dressed up in fancy clothing, busy volunteers, cameramen, and excited chatter in a...

Brad Butler and Karen Mirza are an artistic duo based in London. Since the...

Hart House is kicking off its 2012/13 theatre season with a contemporary, existentialist spinoff...

They’re more afraid of you…

Clammy hands? Loss of words? Don’t worry, it’s common among undergraduates to sweat, stutter, and go blank when speaking to their professors. Conversations that...

Experience breeds toughness. Picture your brain building its resilience with every stressful experience you...

Oh, hello! Welcome back to this column, in which I try to make the...

One of the leading voices in the field of medicinal chemistry works here at...

Varsity Blues drop third game in a row

On Saturday, in front of a national television audience, the Varsity Blues football team took to Guelph, where they lost to the Gryphons in...

The eagerness for the upcoming sports season is tangible as the tryouts for the...

As students begin another year of seemingly endless readings, essays, and tests, it’s good...

The word “lockout” has become too closely associated with the National Hockey League. Just...

The UTM student body had the opportunity to elect a new president for the...