Volume 39, Issue 4 (October 1, 2012)

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Victory for the Maple Spring

The strife that had Québec students protesting on the streets for months, lately referred to as the “Maple Spring ”, has finally come to an end.With...

Last week, UTMSU’s Ministry of International Students organized the International Human Students Week on campus....

Live review: Ben Howard

On September 24, singer-songwriter Ben Howard thrilled a packed crowd at Toronto’s Sound Academy. Howard, who was raised in Totnes, a market town in...

Based on the popular Judge Dredd comic book series, Dredd 3D successfully captures the...

Mississauga Culture Days took place this past Friday with a plethora of activities for...

Mumford & Sons were quietly introduced to the music industry in 2008, but they...

Luke’s Languages – Sound and Symbol

helloeveryoneimgladtoseeyoubackagainforanothervolumeoflukeslanguagesthisweekwellbetalkingaboutthedifferencesbetweenspokenandwrittenlanguageHuh, that’s funny. Why does my spell-check say that’s wrong? “Hello” is a word, “everyone” is a word… oh, wait. That’s right. Unlike when...

“One down, two more to go!” cheers Elizabeth, a first-year UTM student. She slams...

More and more women attend university at an undergraduate level today than ever before....

How does group-oriented course design affect those who thrive on inward reflection and shrink from interaction?

Women’s Division 1 soccer dominate

On Sunday, the UTM Division 1 women’s soccer team played against the School of Graduate Studies in their second game of the season. This...

The streak is finally over. Led by their new starter, Simon Nassar, the Varsity...

Juan Nunez begins his coaching debut this year. Previously, he has coached in high...

Justin and Jordan Marra do everything together.The third-year UTM twins have been playing football...

After an off-season that saw one blockbuster trade after another, the NBA is set...

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Nuit Blanche

Hundreds flock to Toronto's downtown core to enjoy all things art. How was your experience? Did you love it because it teased the boundary...