Volume 44, Issue 12 (November 27, 2017)

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University members call for Peterson’s termination

An open letter, signed by over one hundred university students, student unions, and organizations across Canada was sent to the University of Toronto administration...

UTMSU’s president Salma Fakhry will serve as the Grievance Officer and handle complaints against the union

Principal Krull stated that the university needs to focus on increasing graduate student enrolment

The lawsuit will continue despite government compensation

A tentative agreement has been reached between CUPE 3902 Unit 3 and the University...

Over 100 youth attended Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie’s Youth Speaker Series last Wednesday in...

Two UTM alumni and co-owners of the company Just Vertical, Conner Tidd and Kevin...

UTM students deserve better than fake news

When I saw Jordan Peterson’s name on the opinion section of The Medium last week, I thought, “Oh, I wonder what scandal I’ll read about?” Could it be when a Wilfrid Laurier University professor compared playing a debate featuring Jordan Peterson in a communications class...

Dancers getting up close and personal

At the Collective Space in downtown Toronto, Circo Zero performed “Turbulence”—a dance that combines improvisation and political theatre. The message of the dance is...

Trinity College Drama Society presents a comedy-drama riddled with mystery, crime, and quips

The Blackwood Gallery’s third exhibition conveys messages around mental health and self-care

UMC talks about the dearth of on-campus music activity

Doctor Faustus, written by Christopher Marlow, is an Elizabethan tragedy. In the play, Faustus...

Scorched follows the lives of twins Simon and Janine on their quest to fulfill their mother’s final wish

The third session of the Reader-In-Residence at the Blackwood Gallery focused the CPR’s history

Feminism by strategy and location

Last Thursday, UTM’s Student Association for Geography and Environment hosted assistant professor in UTM’s Department of Geography, Nicole Laliberte, at an event for students...

Organizer Cpl. Bobbi-Jo Duff and instructor for the Wen-Do course Deb Parent speak to The Medium

Two UTM economics students Stephen Ayeni and Naafiu Mohammed began Afrocart last month

The UTM English and Drama Society hosted Jia Qing Wilson-Yang for their visiting speaker series

Addai’s love and devotion to basketball

Jade Addai picked up a basketball for the first time at the age of seven. Little did this Cleveland Cavaliers fan know that this...

This past Sunday, the men’s volleyball team won their second game of the season against UTSG Reds

Celebration Square pays final tribute to Canada’s 150

Whey protein is said to be a healthy alternative for those who do not get enough protein naturally