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Volume 43, Issue 6 (October 17, 2016)

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Peterson warns America about new bill on gender-neutral pronouns

In light of his controversial comments, professor Jordan Peterson wrote an opinion piece for The Hill on October 18 warning the U.S about similar...

Comments stated that “white noise” was being played to disrupt the speakers at the rally

BLC demands apology from UTSU for “anti-Black racism” and requests a town hall meeting

All-gender washrooms have been installed across UTM, including Deerfield, CCT Building, and the RAWC,...

UTM’s Campus Council, convened on October 6, discussed the hiring of more faculty and...

With a team of four members from each academic department at UTM, the UTM...

U of T’s unreachable hierarchies

It doesn’t take much to see just how much money students put into their unions and university. UTMSU is given $22.13 a semester. UTSU is given $33.48 a semester. Students are left with thousands of dollars’ worth of debt upon graduating. While the financial...

VAM supports society of local talent

From October 14 to 16, Visual Arts Mississauga showcased the work of the talented Mississauga Art Society.MAS is a collaboration of 22 Ontario-based fine...

ASA discusses gender preconceptions in Afghan culture as part of Diaspora Dialogue talks

Theaster Gates honours Black experience at AGO

“Love and death and justice and truth. All these big, big things.”Love. Death. Justice....

Satyajit Ray’s 1955 film Pather Panchali (Song of the Little Road) is the first...

The ROM is currently displaying a collection of Asafo flags and attire from Southern Ghana

Crickets for lunch? Aspire reckons so

Mohammed Ashour, a 2009 UTM alumnus, is the co-founder and CEO of the Aspire Food Group, an agricultural company which aims to revolutionize insect...

The MScSM held their annual Sustainability Leaders’ Series featuring Bruce Poon Tip

The Committee is currently accepting submissions for the 50 Faces and 50 Challenges initiatives

Sven Spengemann, a 1990 UTM grad, shares his journey following graduation to his role as an MP

Our lives as students are so complex and fast-paced that sometimes we lose track...

The reigning Queen of Intramurals

Kaitlyn D’Lima, a fourth-year student studying business management at UTM, first started playing soccer for the tri-campus competitive team in her second year.D’Lima waited...

The UTM Eagles Division 1 Men’s basketball program looks to dominate the intramural league

The UTM varsity cross-country team has accomplished incredible feats this year, gaining a ninth...

Last Sunday afternoon, the Eagles faced off against Niagara College Knights on UTM’s North...