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Volume 44, Issue 3 (September 18, 2017)

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New renovations to Davis approved

The Campus Affairs Committee convened last week to review the timeline of the William G. Davis building renovations, as well as establishing a new...

Academic Affairs announced combined programs to help students earn their teaching degree faster

Interim CAO announced in lieu of permanent replacement

Over $52 million research funds granted to U of T faculty

The University of Toronto was named the top Canadian university for the eighth year...

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union held its Academic Advocacy Week last week,...

Experience film the right way

I recently had the chance to go watch It and wow, not what I expected at all. Watching the film sparked a discussion with my friends about the importance of great films like It.A film/movie is something much more than a piece of entertainment....

Should we care about notions of care?

Habits of Care, an exhibition hosted by The Blackwood Gallery, is one in a series of gallery exhibitions addressing cultural visibility and attitudes toward...

Besides the films, a first-time TIFF volunteer weighs in on the goings-on beyond the red carpet

Fête probes into the convergence of art and design programs

Raymond Carver’s short story “Cathedral,” deals with themes of isolation, loneliness, and the inability...

The AGO zeroes in on culture and history from a global lens

When Jean Vigo, the son of a Catalan anarchist, meets Boris and Mikhail Kaufman...

UTM EDSS member offers insight into the workings and creative process of the mind of a playwright

What does it really mean to be No. 1?

In the recently published Times Higher Education 2018 university ranking, the University of Toronto placed 22nd out of the top 1,000 universities in the...

Hurricane Harvey, Irma and Jose rage through the south: is this really climate change in ignition?

Soon after the rallies took place in Charlottesville, waves of protests are coming closer to home

Dancing classes to learn Michael Jackson’s moves took the actors approximately four months

UTM anthropology field course ANT318 serves as a hands on student experience in archaeology

Come for the magic, stay for the fun

In his first year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter famously discovers his knack for the game of Quidditch when he faces off against Gryffindor’s greatest...

George Brown defeats UTM 2-1 in hard fought game at Birchmount Stadium last Wednesday night

Kolluru examines the reasons behind why students are anxious and the different statistics surrounding it