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Volume 42, Issue 16 (February 1, 2016)

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Pro-rape vandalism found in washroom

An investigation is currently underway into vandalism discovered in the Student Centre’s male washroom.The vandalism appeared in the form of comments promoting rape culture...

UTSU’s second SGM, hosted on Thursday evening, failed to reach quorum, resulting in the...

Deep Saini, VP of U of T and principal of UTM, is traveling to...

Discrimination, reverse racism, and prejudice discussed

Nauman Mughal and Richie Pyne have been voted in to division four of the...

7,400 students have completed 10,500 entries on the CCR

The committee will make changes on Indigenous issues

Rage against the dying of the light

Following up on the story on trigger warnings and letters to the editor on mental health last week and this week, it seems that there’s a lot to consider on the issues of mental health and accommodation, so here’s an attempt to keep the...

Warnings are helpful when used appropriately, and it seems like we’re doing a good job of it

Decolonize me: rewriting with film

Has the moment of decolonialism passed? Or is it still going on, bringing up questions of former colonists’ responsibility to reconcile some of the...

UTM professor Robert Price discusses labels, poets, and communication in light of new book

Rocky Balboa. “The Italian Stallion.” Anything you call him is a name of legend....

AGM gets gallery-goers moving with on-site yoga classes

Culture Show takes audience members around the world with a variety of music and dance numbers

Indie video game proves equally creepy and sophisticated

Did you know that there is a proper word for a vain, conceited man?Until...

Confessions from the other side

This week, The Medium reached out to the students behind UTM’s most popular anonymous social media pages to discuss their experiences running their respective...

Second WUSC student A.K. recounts tales of the Syrian civil war and living in Lebanon

Abji discusses history of violence against immigrant women Feminist Lunch Hour series

Vagueness can be found littered within the law, professional communication, and daily speech

It’s official: I’m sick. (Yes, I’m that one person who’s currently having a coughing...

Blues not fazed by Windsor’s lance

Men's hockey The Varsity Blues men’s hockey team ousted the Windsor Lancers 3-1 on Friday night in Windsor, giving the Blues a 10-12-2 record, good...

Are media sites obscuring our vision and creating anxiety with “ideal” body images?

Squash Club is growing, giving opportunities to students to begin and improve their skills

The TRX is arguably the most versatile piece of workout equipment on the planet....