Volume 43, Issue 7 (October 24, 2016)

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UTSU executive resigns for personal reasons

The University of Toronto Students’ Union announced the resignation of its VP external, Lucinda Qu, due to reasons described as “personal”.In the statement, released...

UTSG and UTM students will vote this Thursday on bylaw amendments

“What would you do if you didn’t have to pay for tuition?” asked a poster in Davis

The Canadian Federation of Students passed a motion in its national general meeting on...

U of T’s Women and Gender Studies Institute released a statement last week condemning...

Last Tuesday, United Way began their 2016 campaign at UTM with a plant sale...

UTM has been experiencing elevator disruptions in several buildings over the past few weeks,...

The dangers of biased reporting

I feel like this horse has been beaten to death by now but I want to talk about Jordan Peterson.Shockingly, I’ve had a few friends who actually haven’t heard about what happened. So, I’m going to give a quick recap for those of you...

We need to stop assuming that people in the arts aren’t going to make it in this world

The aesthetic appeal of capitalism

Capitalism is a topic of global controversy. North America has an insatiable greed for wealth and commodities, a greed that reinforces capitalism and capital...

As an avid follower of fashion, I began to notice different styles on campus....

Director of The Caucasian Chalk Circle discusses his creative process at Theatre Erindale

Documentary series reflects on Toronto’s art scene

Since its debut in 1975, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has remained a cultural...

Raconteurs Storytelling gives a voice to members and victims of Canada’s justice system

More often than not, people find it hard to confide in people they know....

Mental health: let’s ditch the stigma

Despite notable advances being made in the conversation on mental illness, the stigma surrounding it still exists. Whether it’s diminishing the importance of mental...

Contreras’ CV includes being a (failed) drug dealer, author, and a U of T sociology professor

UTM offers internship courses, where third- and fourth-year undergraduate students work for 100-200 hours...

Despite the recent obituary, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is still alive—for now

Last week, Susy Martins shared her story and the skills that were vital to her success

Pedaling to cure children’s cancer

After raising $12,500 last year in support of curing children with cancer, UTM’s BioTech Investment club is back and ready to get pedalling for...

UTM’s Varsity Eagles lose 2-1 in their final game of a disapointing 2016 OCAA campaign

In the final game of their 2016 OUA football season, the Varsity Blues beat...