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Volume 41, Issue 9 (November 10, 2014)

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Observance marks 100th anniversary of Great War

Students, faculty, and others gathered by the flagpole in front of Davis for UTM’s annual Remembrance Day ceremony on Tuesday. The ceremony was called to...

UTMSU DisOrientation Week discusses all-gender washrooms, mental health

The academic achievements of over 100 students were celebrated at the U of T...

New Ward 8 Councillor Matt Mahoney promises a focus on transit, communication

Last week’s meeting with the Committee to Review the UTM and UTSC Campus Councils...

How I didn’t move out (again)

One of the articles on the front page of features this week talks about moving out. A Globe and Mail writer who tried it said it wasn’t worth it, without too much detail besides the debt factor and the fact that for her, living...

Personal artwork from strangers

The Department of Visual Studies Student Society hosted the final stage of the Pen Pal Project, an opportunity to showcase art, meet one’s pen...

Rehab Nazzal’s latest exhibit, “Visible”, brings new images of war to Mississauga’s art gallery

Rowell’s novel isn’t too stereotypical a teen love story

Hart House’s second production has lots to offer audiences but still fell flat in some areas

After listening to Autocondo’s self-titled album, I’m not quite sure if they’re in the...

DisOrientation Week’s open mic night tackles social issues

New material for the director handles hard themes well

Eating good food? It’s in the bag

My most prized accessory is my lunch bag. It’s orange and green with brown stripes. It’s insulated. And it’s from Mario Batali’s own line...

Moving out gives students independence, debt, and a good old reality check

Who hasn’t dreamed of being a chef? We’ve all had our Food Network fantasies—you’re...

Not getting the grades you want? Forget about it and don’t let disappointment consume you

Deerfield Hall and the Innovation Complex, which were opened this semester, are going to...

Blues lose heartbreaker to Lancers

While the Toronto Maple Leafs clashed with the New York Rangers at the ACC Saturday night, a couple of blocks away was another big...

Hopes high that the new facility will up the competitive level

If you read my last article (“An ode to ice hockey”, October 27) you...