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Volume 41, Issue 1 (September 8, 2014)

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New buildings and bus shelters open on campus

UTM is looking very different from what students left last April.Construction has finished on both the Innovation Complex and Deerfield Hall, and new heated...

UTM turned into a jungle last week with herds of froshies with stripes painted...

After 15 years of service with the UTM community, Campus Police manager Len Paris...

Motion meets criticism from several groups

External consultants find campus not ready to replace current contractual food service

Out of hundreds of applicants, UTM student Estelle Ah-Kiow was selected to represent Canada...

Different kinds of changes

Welcome to campus, or back to campus, depending on who you are. For me it’s back to campus—and in kind of a strange way, too, since I officially graduated in June. Like many of us, I have a few lingering ties that bind me,...

Dear Editor-in-Chief, I was browsing through the pages of The Toronto Star a few weeks...

Dear Editor-in-Chief, Everyone has had a time in their life where they have been rejected...

Farewell to the King of Comedy

Good Morning, Vietnam! is not only one of the most popular phrases in all of cinema but it’s also one of the first things...

No Good DeedAn escaped convict (Idris Elba) breaks into the home of a wife...

Join The Medium as we review old movies

One of Broadway’s biggest blockbuster shows returns to theatres to dazzle audiences once more

Fan Expo celebrates two-decade anniversary

After months of anticipation, Sims 4 lets us down with more negatives than positives

Medea tells the gruesome story of a jilted lover on a warpath

Discovering the “lived culture” abroad

I am a proud graduate of the Ontario high school core French system and now a Functional French minor at UTM. However, by no...

We may not like the idea of slugging through another summer indoors, but we may have to

We’re trying something new this year. Each week The Medium will chat with a...

Recent U of T grad Daniel Karasik is a published poet, playwright, and author all before he turns 30

UTM joins OCAA, goes Varsity

Starting this fall, UTM will be playing under the umbrella of a more competitive league, now that the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association OCAA has...

The U of T Varsity Blues football team couldn’t defeat the Laurier Golden Hawks...

On a bright sunny afternoon last Wednesday, the Varsity Centre hosted a men’s soccer...

Craig Burkett is captain of the little-known rugby team