Volume 43, Issue 16 (January 23, 2017)

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Effect of Trump’s victory on Canada

An opinion article  by Steven Zhou for CBC on January 15 titled, “Canadian campuses see an alarming rise in right-wing populism,” stated that in...

U of T and CUPE3902 are expected to meet this September to discuss further agreements

The Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology is looking to expand their department...

After almost five years of lobbying with the administration, UTMSU has announced on their...

Eighteen clubs actively participated in UTMSU’s Cultural Fest, held last week at the Student...

Peterson back in class following controversial semester

Focusing on mental health

I’m sure that plenty of us have seen the commercials for Bell Let’s Talk this year on TV. Various celebrities and families discuss their struggle with mental health or how they have grown to understand more about it through those in their life who...

Transforming movement into art

What do flagged pages in books, infrared eye-tracking, and hand gestures all have in common? Artist Julien Prévieux’s exhibition at Blackwood Gallery, The Elements...

Cultural Show ends UTMSU’s Culture Fest with a vibrant display of student performances

Hart House reinvents Stephen King’s cult classic, Carrie

In 1990, Richard Wagamese won the National Newspaper Award for Column Writing, the first...

The Bugle is a political satire and comedy podcast hosted by Andy Zaltzman. It...

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf explores philosophical and existential questions about reality

The Ph.D. grind: beyond the lab bench

Perhaps the word “scientist” conjures up an image of an individual, huddled in a lab coat, spending hours in a small lab space, hidden...

Last Saturday, Ramadan delivered a lecture titled “Creating Thriving Societies in Troubling Times”

Last Monday, the library hosted a seminar to help attendees assess the validity of sources

WISE’s conference hosted over 250 delegates, two competitions, and multiple workshops

O captain! my captain! leads way

Christina Rico, a fifth-year double major in sociology and linguistics, currently serves as the newly-appointed captain of the UTM varsity women’s soccer team.She began...

Danielle Bruel enlightens students on the positive effects meditation has on the body and mind

UTM signs female coaches for women’s OCAA basketball