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Volume 42, Issue 3 (September 21, 2015)

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Classes cancelled following threats

Investigations are still underway after anonymous threats targeting feminists and members of U of T’s sociology and women and gender studies departments surfaced on...

CR/NCR courses prevent biology students from entering subject POSts right away

A new price list for UTM’s audiovisual equipment has drawn criticism from UTMSU and...

U of T is currently experiencing a changing financial landscape as the Province of...

Transit and parking were among the main topics discussed by UTMSU at its second...

Province seeking to expand postsecondary institutions in Peel

Students wait 20 minutes to two hours for U-Pass

Discourse on racism needs review

“All races are equal.”No controversy in saying that, right? Well, maybe not.One of the first times I encountered the concept of “white privilege” was a couple of summers ago, when I heard about someone claiming that it was impossible for a person of colour...

With the tough job market, it seems unrealistic to not worry about careers after university

Hart House gets away with murder

I’ve been a fan of George F. Walker since high school. He writes intriguing, complex plots. He writes the kind of characters that every...

Blackwood Gallery exhibit explores the dynamic that emerges between artists and nature

Last night I logged onto Twitter and fessed up about how much I miss...

St. George production of Lysistrata redefines gender roles

Exhibit tackles the Europe-China dynamic, unveiling the history of where goods come from and why

After watching the latest installment in the Mission Impossible series, I decided to spend...

When Professor Belinda Piercy told her class of 400 that life had no meaning,...

Refugee student lands at UTM

The World University Service of Canada is a student refugee program dedicated to furthering access to education. WUSC opened a branch at UTM in...

Only 41% of voters under 30 voted in the 2011 elections, but is it more than just youth apathy?

If there’s one thing that we’re proud of here at UTM, it’s our beloved...

Students may be studying something that interests them, but to what end: to work or to learn?

Potlucks are the bane of my existence.Despite my love for them, I find potlucks...

Boundaries heighten female participation

UTM’s Department of Physical Education, Athletics, and Recreation hosts a wide variety of opportunities for female students to participate in a safe, educational, and...

Group activities improve fitness knowledge and motivate us to consistently stay active

Even though men’s and women’s teams lose their first game, their future looks bright

Sparks flew followed by awkward dancing at the UTMAC pub night