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Volume 41, Issue 19 (March 2, 2015)

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Courses affected, no bargaining date in sight

U of T’s courses have been impeded by the strike but the university refuses to meet with the bargaining team, The Medium has learned. In...

Sessional lecturers, other employees will not join TAs in strike at this point

Sessional lecturers and others must pass tentative agreement to avoid a strike

Hurricane Hazel is about to hit UTM. Former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion was appointed as...

Awareness Week addresses Islam’s image in the media

Official election results released on Friday for seats on U of T’s highest decision-making body

This year’s Light the Night open to the whole campus

Not proceeding as normal

The front pages of both UTM’s and U of T’s websites don’t show much about the strike going on. Below large banners about various events and promotions are small text headlines linking to memos. On the main U of T website a little green...

U of T’s tactics might explain why members threw out an offer reps accepted

Poets plough through Pump & Patio noise

UTM students eagerly piled into the Erindale Pump and Patio last Thursday for EDSS’s Poetry Night Live. Students sang, recited slam, danced, and stuffed...

Author Wendy Parmley discusses her mother’s suicide and how she’s now helping others

CHAPPIE Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce to you to yet another movie in which...

The year was 1922. The widow of Bram Stoker, who had written the seminal...

A number of student societies banded together to bring the 2015 UTM Film Festival to life

Fad diets that fizzle nutritionally

Learning how to navigate the jungle of food and nutrition can be a struggle for university students. Whether you’re living on your own for...

Sloppy makeouts, sticky floors, stained clothing, expensive cab rides, and too many rounds of...

The UTM archives house everything and anything UTM

Whether you’re a professional or an amateur, every cook has her one signature dish....

Canada’s new legislation, the topic of the heated last feminist lunch hour of the year

For some, studying part-time is the one and only option

Cricket wins in tri-campus

On February 27, UTM became the tri-campus cricket champions for the first time in their history, giving the team something to be proud of...

Eagles beat fall 2014 CCAA national outdoor soccer champions Sheridan 3-0 in the final

The OCAA badminton team was assembled in October and spent the past few months...