Volume 41, Issue 15 (January 26, 2015)

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Giving a voice to international students

UTSU is calling on U of T and the Ontario government to pay greater attention to international student issues including representation on Governing Council,...

Club ties, loses only to St. George in national tournament

The annual UTMSU Pride Week was back with a variety of events last week on campus.During...

Canadian student group calls for reduced tuition fees for all

Looking at the good and the bad

I’ve been thinking about the fact that there are some groups that work to improve students’ outlooks at university, some that are indifferent, and some that prey on students, primarily for money. Most groups are a mix. And all three types affect us at...

I am an alumna, class of 2005. I like to come visit the campus...

Learning something about my family on a trip to Auschwitz

Mississauga talent spreads to Toronto

Where do artists trying to establish themselves and their work go to get recognition? Tucked away in a little corner on Richmond Street, Trinity...

JUPITER ASCENDING This sci-fi flick centres on the idea that alien heirs and heiresses are...

Student actors give another stellar performance in Picnic, their fourth play of 2015

Strange Empire is empowering and puts women in charge

Virtual tours allow art lovers to tour the gallery from the couch

In Daniel Barnz’s Cake, Jennifer Aniston plays Claire Bennett, a middle-aged woman suffering from...

Pierce Brown’s latest novel doesn’t let readers down

Guess who’s coming for dinner

It’s not hard to imagine walking with your friend across campus and complaining about how gruelling your professor’s midterm just was. Most of us...

The facilitated study group model at UTM works for some students, and not for others

“Human books” share their experiences and advice with students at the Living Library

Chartwells brings new packaging and flavours to their line of travel-friendly food products

Who’d have thought that we’d ever have an actual professional chef contributing to Blackboard...

Isaac Owusu: writing his own story

Isaac Owusu is an athlete. But like many students, his career goals were not set in stone while he was going through the motions...

Some 15 people showed up to the first meeting for the U of T...

On Saturday night, as superstars from the NHL laid back and enjoyed casually showcasing...

Last Thursday evening, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues football program held their first...