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Volume 44, Issue 21 (February 26, 2018)

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No ties to sex trafficking by religious group has been proven

As of Monday, February 26, the religious group, previously reported on to have been approaching students about a Female God, has no confirmed ties...

Multiple members voiced concerns regarding the deal being sent out for ratification with little debate

Among the increases are UTMSU's U-Pass, the Food Bank, and funds for the Student Refugee Program.

Sandra Hudson was sued by UTSU following her termination in 2015

With the end of the naming contest for UTM’s current North Building Phase 2...

Distinguishing between news and opinion

It has been brought to my attention through an opinion piece, that some of my peers, including former employee of The Medium, Russell Wu, have expressed confusion regarding the structure of the news section versus the opinion page of our paper. As the current...

Keeping up with Kirsten Armstrong

Publishing a book, for some, is a writer’s career-defining moment. For Kirsten Armstrong, it’s only the beginning. Currently, a fourth-year philosophy and professional writing...

Come From Away is a musical that depicts personal accounts of what happened in Gander on 9/11

One phone call. One hour. No names. No holds barred. These are the opening...

On Sherbrooke street, a crisp rectangular building marks one of Canada’s largest and prominent...

Network (1976), directed by Sidney Lumet, is an eerily accurate satire about the TV...

A new exhibition at the ROM explores the lifestyles of Vikings

Learning through literature at UTM

Indigenous Literatures, an English course taught this semester by Dr. Daniela Janes, explores work by writers from Canada’s First Nations, in the context of...

Two UTM computer science students win “Best Use of Blockchain” at the UofTHacks competition

Thomson Reuters hosted a Columbia Journalism Review event titled “Journalism under Trumpism”

UTM student Selina Azizi shares her experiences with going on exchange to University of Edinburgh

Does lactic acid really cause soreness?

Some organisms rely on aerobic respiration, where oxygen is used to produce energy. Anaerobic processes, on the other hand, are devoid of this characteristic...

There are two different types of vertigo—peripheral and central—both of which affect a person’s daily life

Sensory deprivation tanks are known to help people manage daily stressors and body soreness