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Volume 42, Issue 11 (November 23, 2015)

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UTMSU absent from UTSU SGM

UTMSU was noticeably absent from UTSU’s special general meeting held Wednesday where a board structure was officially passed following over a year of consultation...

UTM admin deny price changes at OPH following the opening of The Duck Stop

Updates to UTM food service, information and instructional technology services, and budget priorities were...

UTM’s debate team were victorious over York University’s Debating Society in a debate discussing...

Last week, UTMSU hosted workshops and conversations about social issues through the annual DisOrientation...

How to be a good citizen

One of the things that bothers me about our education system is that while it promotes a great deal of learning, it doesn’t do enough to develop good character. It’s embarrassing, but by the time the end of term rolls around, I’m admittedly more...

Which direction does your paint flow?

UTMSU hosted Freedom Through Art last Thursday as part of UTM’s DisOrientation Week, a yearly tradition that occurs near the end of first semester...

UTM student Tobi Ogude talks about his talents from modelling to poetry to a future in acting

NBC takes on Shakespeare with ballet

MESA and UTMMC collaborate for a fun fundraising event

The Nut Case explores complex relationships in a new student-written and produced production

In 1940, John Ford would add The Grapes of Wrath to his filmography. The...

Tyler Durden is not exactly the kind of person I’d ever want to meet....

Contemplating life through tarot readings

Though tarot got its start in Renaissance Italy as a unique set of playing cards, today it is often used for divination and contemplation. In...

Kielburger spoke about the need to “support and engage with a cause that already exists”

MississaugaGives­—a student-led communications campaign—aims to increase philanthropy

Desrochers and current MScSM students weigh the pros and cons of fossil fuel divestment

Student Life launches COEN initiative, aims to increase networking and collaboration between clubs

This week, Marlo Young-Sponga, a fourth-year double major in anthropology and professional writing, has...

Inspired by calisthenics specimen

Nigel Moir stands out when he works out in the UTM athletic weight room. The second-year CCIT student from Jackson’s Point, ON works out...

It may not be worth taking pre-workout supplements; opt for natural options instead

You prepared your healthy meals, washed your gym clothes, and made your way to...

The UTM women’s extramural hockey team played at the Humber North Extramural Ice Hockey...