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Volume 42, Issue 14 (January 18, 2016)

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Pro-life group launches legal action against UTMSU

UTMSU is facing legal action by UTM Students for Life, a pro-life student group disputing the union’s refusal to renew their organization’s club status...

Student motions originally put forward at the UTSU AGM last October will be voted on this month

The new greenhouse will be located next to the library and is expected to open as early as February

Summer and seasonal work among opportunities present

Committee recommends targeted fossil fuel divestment

The IT service desk has officially opened in a new location on the first...

UTMSU’s newest sponsored refugee student has yet to arrive in Canada.Last November at the...

Why you should attend our AGM

It’s that time of year again; the second semester is in full swing, clubs are getting back into gear, and some of us are looking to the future.But for all the fast-pacedness of university life, let’s take a step back for a moment and...

Student responds to last week’s article “Rhythmic workout or cultural red flag?”

Lost something? Find it in the woods

What do you want? What do you want more than anything else in world? And to what ends are you willing to go in...

Artist Maryam Jafri digs through archives for photographic evidence of international independence

Last Thursday saw the 38th Visual Arts Mississauga Juried Show of Fine Arts. Tucked...

Candy-coloured animated movies do everything live action films do—and maybe they do it better

While observing professors in lecture, it’s probably hard to imagine that they spend time...

Code 9—what’s your first response?

Whenever Kirsti Haaka has nightmares, she can rely on the aid of her service dog Patty to bring her back to reality. Haaka, a...

The Medium rounds up UTM’s “green” initiatives, including the Green Team and volunteer efforts

Delegates demystify the U.S. visa application process

This week, Alysha Ferguson, the student development officer responsible for UTM’s Student Life programs,...

Attendees have a “grate” time cooking with Chef Sandeep

Students play table tennis phenoms

Anqi Luo and Shannon Zheng battle back and forth under extreme concentration. Their movements amount to a dance class workout, and they smash the...

Psychology professor Will Huggon explains the scientific benefits when maintaining a healthy routine

The Varsity Blues men’s hockey team gathered their thoughts after a couple of tough...

Burst your testosterone Testosterone is an anabolic hormone that not only exists in men but...