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Volume 42, Issue 1 (September 8, 2015)

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Controversy over “reverse racism”

A social media post published by UTMSU has sparked intense debate over racism and what it means for both white and racialized groups. The Facebook...

UTMSU complains of competition as Office of Transition hosts new frosh week

UTM principal and U of T VP Deep Saini is looking to determine his...

Students greet new reading week with mixed reactions

Francisco Luis, a professor from UTM’s Department of Historical Studies, has left the University...

Our $28,000 investment

Back in first year, I was asked to write a letter to myself outlining all of the things I wanted to accomplish by the end of the year. I never ended up writing that letter, but it’s four years later that I understand the...

Political critique of Pan Am madness

Let’s imagine that Sports, Fine Art, and Politics are people and they all end up in a room together. All three know each other,...

Camera Atomica documents the events and aftermath of Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and USA bomb tests

The Human Canvas Project explores body love through paint

Pixar’s latest flick offers a fun-filled adventure take on psychology and the workings of the brain

UTM father, son bike to raise $55,000

This summer, UTM’s Andrew Sedmihradsky and his four-year-old son Max, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, pedalled 600 km from Ottawa to Hamilton, across the...

To kick off this year’s column, I’ll start by sharing my own beloved recipe. Now,...

With hashtag use on the rise, public shaming campaigns now often result in online bullying

When UTMSU posted a photo last week pertaining to “reverse racism”, comments immediately flooded...

Blues lose to defending champions

The Varsity Blues football team seemed to shine as bright as the afternoon sky on August 30 during the first two quarters of play...

UTM welcomes outdoor soccer teams, giving more opportunities for students to compete in OCAA

Revamped UTMAC executives plan to energize students through new approach to sports