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Volume 42, Issue 13 (January 11, 2016)

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No investigation into assault allegations

An investigation will not be conducted by UTSU into the public allegations that led to the impeachment of former VP campus life Akshan Bansal.As...
Academic Affairs Committee also hears findings of sexism in English and drama department
Union claims U of T acted in “bad faith” during negotiations
Professor Deep Saini returned to his position as VP of U of T and...
U of T faculty, alumni, and community members have been newly appointed to the Order of Canada
Among the next steps for the growth of residence counselling are services offered in...

The politics of naming a victim

What’s in a name? A lot, apparently, when it comes to sexual assault.Over the winter break, we published a breaking news story about how UTSU VP campus life had been publicly accused of sexual assault—or attempted assault, depending on how the allegations are understood.The...
Although job prospects seem positive in survey results, it’s important to keep other realities in mind

Out of sight, but never out of mind

Approaching the halfway mark in its “Silver Season”, Theatre Erindale introduces its production of Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon Women and Others, a play that takes...
Hart House actors weigh in on the complexities of plot, music score, and character development
Drawing, Je t’aime unearths decades of valuable art by both recent and established artists
I am sure that many people have read The Great Gatsby by F. Scott...
They say to never judge a book by its cover or, by extension, an...

There’s “Room for More” refugees

Christmas Eve was anything but traditional for two of UTM’s philosophy professors. Amidst their late afternoon run to No Frills—adding to the stock of...
The Mississauga-Erin Mills MP speaks about the federal elections and what she brings to the job
Researchers have now identified an 1845 fossil to be Canada’s first Dimetrodon fossil
One week of 2016 has already passed—are you still holding on to your (slightly...

Rhythmic workout or cultural red flag?

“Who’s that sweaty-haired, armpit-stained, make-up-melting mess?” I wondered as I stared into the floor-length mirror reflection of myself. It was at that moment I...
Varsity Blues men’s hockey struggles on the road, losing 9-1 to city rival Ryerson and Waterloo
While walking through UTM’s athletic facilities this week, I made it a goal to...