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Volume 42, Issue 4 (September 28, 2015)

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UTSU files lawsuit against former execs

UTSU filed a civil lawsuit against three of its former employees last Monday and at least one of the defendants has now been served.According...

UTMSU to hold referendum on the cost of tuition during board election

There were 46 cases of repeat academic offenders in the 2013/14 year.

All three U of T campuses collaborated to host Queer Orientation Week last week,...

UTMSU seeing increase in food centre usage on campus

U of T has announced a goal to give $1 million in bursaries to...

Fulfilling fiduciary duty

Last week’s news of the legal case UTSU filed against its former president, VP internal, and executive director brings to the fore an important obligation shared by student representatives across the board: fiduciary duty.According to the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School in...

Given the recent news of the threat against U of T feminists, after which...

AGM rocks the boat of Canadian art

The AGM was quiet when I walked in at 7:20 on a Thursday evening. But as I approached the exhibition hall, I could hear...

TDS grad talks about her journey from Theatre Erindale to the Soulpepper company’s theatre scene

Agamemnon moves from old-school classic to new wave feminism with current events on the side

U of T Spotlight gives performance space and positive energy to up-and-coming artists

When Reginald Rose’s 12 Angry Men premiered in 1957, I have to wonder what...

Brilliant performances abound, but plotlines fall through

As an English major, it’s always taken me by surprise when other students have...

What to do when you feel like a fraud

Pacinthe Mattar, HBA ’08 and associate producer at CBC Radio One, shared her experiences dealing with impostor syndrome while following her dreams during last...

While U of T encourages alternate arrangements, students do not feel that there is a choice at all

The famed drink will now contain pumpkin; the previous version had no traces of pumpkin at all

Recently, Bob McDonald, science journalist and the host of CBC’s radio show Quirks and...

Fourth-year UTM student Karina Merida is a member of Peel Children and Youth Initiative...

This week was Science Literacy week: a Canada-wide event created by U of T...

Outdoor yoga is a breath of fresh air

Last Thursday, a dozen students attended UTMAC’s first outdoor yoga session. Students had the chance to show off their flexibility—and falling-over skills—on the beautiful...

Students who attended the MoveU Motivator benefited from Krull’s “life balance” presentation

Five UTM cross country runners finish in top 50 at Fanshawe’s 8-km meet

With a strong third-place finish, the coed ultimate team completed their first tournament with...