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Volume 43, Issue 1 (September 6, 2016)

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U of T student held in Bangladeshi jail

University of Toronto student Tahmid Khan has been in custody under Bangladeshi authority for almost two months without any charge, following a terrorist attack...

The Governing Council approved a policy on Open, Accessible and Democratic Autonomous Student Organizations...

Walied Khogali, UTMSU’s executive director and Nausheen Adam, UTMSU’s services manager, have officially resigned...

Super’16 attracts more than a thousand students

Route 199 hopes to save commuting students 30 to 40 minutes of travel time

Professor Ulrich Krull has been appointed as the new interim vice president of UTM...

New parking deck scheduled to open this Tuesday

A new wave of journalism

It’s a strange thing to be a part of the newspaper industry this young. Disclosing my majors to people (english and professional writing and communication) already has the effect of a tranquilizer on those who will forever be uninterested in studying prose. But to...

32 years later, The Hip end on high note

On August 20, The Tragically Hip stepped onto the stage at the Rogers K-Rock Center in Kingston, Ontario for their final concert. For many,...

What do painters, actors, and art curators have in common?Remarkably, not much. This is...

Emily Mast’s performative exhibition critiques the boundary between humans and animals

Youngo Verma’s exhibition explores divinity and cosmic energy

Virginia Woolf’s writing is like no other I will ever come across.To say that...

University students often feel frustrated trying to remain sane under the burgeoning stress of...

Max’s Big Ride returns again, bigger

For the second year in a row, Andrew Sedmihradsky (the global mobility coordinator at UTM’s International Education Centre) and his five-year-old son, Max, biked...

Following the release of Pokémon GO on July 6, data suggests that the number of players are falling

The Smarti Gras event was held on August 16 at Deerfield Hall. This summer...

Understanding what it takes to be a pro

The Pacific Ocean waves in California are among the most famous in the world, and are challenged by nearly all of the world’s greatest...

The Varsity Blues are hungry this season and don’t plan on going down without a fight

The Eagles are working hard to improve this season so that they can come out on top