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Volume 41, Issue 8 (November 3, 2014)

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U of T alumna elected mayor

Following nearly four decades under Hazel McCallion’s leadership, Mississauga has elected a new mayor. Winning with 63.49% support, mayor-elect Bonnie Crombie defeated fellow frontrunner...

The UTM Muslim Students’ Association held their annual “Think Pink” event last week to...

The Student Centre was transformed into a haunted centre filled with skulls, zombies, rat...

Bylaw amendment fails to achieve two-thirds majority at UTSU’s Annual General Meeting last Wednesday

Dissent can do without disorder

The circus is over. Every year there seems to be more tension and toxicity at the U of T student union’s general meeting, but this was at fever pitch: it went on for four hours and only the first few motions were reached, amid...

Dear editor, The City of Mississauga took to casting their ballots on October 27, as...

Hutton comes back to Hart House

Next week, Shakespeare’s The Tempest will be playing at Hart House as the theatre’s second play of the season. The play tells the story...

Earlier this week, I asked our A&E editor if I could review a CD...

Last summer I was going through a sleepless night, so I decided to surf...

Magazine editor Alison Lang says writers shouldn’t be afraid to get weird for new contest

THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING Based on the life of Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything...

From screenwriter David S. Goyer (Blade series, Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel) comes...

When your backpack becomes the boss

Although back pain is typically associated with the elderly, many young adults share the same symptoms. Researchers hypothesize that a sedentary lifestyle combined with...

UTM sociology professor Anna Korteweg is the coauthor of a new book on the subject

Take advantage of the helpdesk when the Blue Screen of Death eats your homework

Students don’t see the value of regular class participation

I get my best cooking tips from my family. (Although I’m not one to...

Varsity Eagles off on the right foot

UTM participated in its first OCAA competition as the Varsity Eagles last month at Seneca’s King City campus for the varsity cross country team’s...

When you hear the word “athlete”, the first image that comes to mind is...

There are students here at UTM who take advantage of the two-hour recreational pickup...

Callaghan weighs in on outstanding 2014 campaign and her first year in varsity competition