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Volume 42, Issue 2 (September 14, 2015)

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Threats target feminists at U of T

U of T has increased security on all three campuses following online threats made against feminists at the university, according to an email from...

UTMSU financial records indicate $5,581was left unspent from food centre levy while need rises

Months after UTM’s Hospitality and Retail Services awarded a new food services contract to...

Eight new staff members are welcomed to UTM

After hearing feedback from students at the UTMSU Ministry of Student Services, the student...

When numbers matter

I’m not someone who’s particularly knowledgeable about numbers. I performed decently in high school math,  but understanding finances is a completely different story. I was in the office over the weekend with our bookkeeper, familiarizing myself with where our files are kept and what kinds...

Writing any sort of criticism or opinion piece, especially as a journalist, is bound...

Hart House actors get their hands dirty

I sit in the lobby of Hart House theatre, flanked by John Cleland and Sarah Murphy-Dyson, two members in the cast of George F....

Electronic music and glow-in-the-dark comes to the Blind Duck; students enjoy end-of-summer bash

Outdoor music festival provides adventure with plenty of surprises

Up-and-coming singer/songwriter Yanis Khamsi releases EP—and talks about how it came to life

During the summer, I took New Writing in Canada as a requirement for my...

Bullets to the face. Knives in the gut. Being frozen in a meat truck....

A glimpse into the Class of 2019

Meet the Class of 2019—a group of about 3,808 students within the approximately 13,700 undergraduate students here at UTM. While that number may seem...

OSAP is not the safety blanket that students think it to be

The trail is slowly being marked with GPS tags to foster awareness for various ecological issues

Despite its good intentions, fair trade may not be the final solution

For this week’s Blackboard Special, Andrew Sedmihradsky, the global mobility coordinator at UTM’s International...

The gentle way with Professor Krull

Many know judo as a Japanese form of wrestling, but for the analytical chemistry professor and acting principal of UTM, judo is more than...

National women’s table tennis prodigy and summer Olympic hopeful begins her first year

Combat the epidemic that is sweeping across campuses of postsecondary institutions

On September 10, UTM hosted a community bicycle ride open to all residents of...