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Volume 44, Issue 5 (October 2, 2017)

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U of T to institute mental health leave

The University of Toronto is undergoing consultations for a new university-mandated leave of absence policy that will allow the administration to recommend students struggling...

Principal Krull used UTM’s first Town Hall of the year to address spatial concerns around the campus

The application process has opened for five different bursaries, offered by the University of...

The University of Toronto Mississauga Career Centre has launched a campus-wide initiative called Project...

Activist Kim Katrin Milan spoke about allyship and feminism

Metrolinx has announced a new initiative that combines university transit passes onto PRESTO Cards...

Don’t fear your future, embrace it

Since I graduated this past June, I find myself content with where I am and what I’m doing with my life.But I find myself at a standstill. As I’ve written in other editorials, myself and many of you are constantly getting asked the same...

Hedwig flies out of cage onto the stage

I like experiencing theatre without knowing the particulars of a production’s plot. So, when the title Hedwig and the Angry Inch arrested my vision,...

29+1 is the first of four feature films showing as part of UTM’s 50th Anniversary Film Festival

This past Monday, the DEM Association hosted their first event of the year, the...

As a big fan of fantasy literature, I have wanted to read the critically-acclaimed,...

A war-time plot line mixed with an outdoor setting helps set the mood for UC Follies’ SEVEN

Toronto’s transformation into art festival featuring over 85 projects, as seen through a camera’s lens

The Story of M: Bringing the Faces and Voices of Mississauga Forward is a...

Is global academic freedom a right?

Professor Homa Hoodfar of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Concordia University spent 112 days in prison in Tehran, Iran. The Iranian-Canadian anthropology...

The annual Light the Night event at UTM aimed to raise awareness about power-based violence

According to the Living Planet Report for Canada, some species saw an 83% drop in population size

Students were invited to the Impact Centre for the third series of discussions on entrepreneurship

Students apply business concepts to real world problems

UTM student’s initiative helps lonely seniors connect to the online world

RAWC hosts annual MoveU motivator

Last Friday, the RAWC, in collaboration with the Health and Counselling Centre and the UTM Wellness Ambassadors, hosted their annual MoveU Motivator. The entirety...

The UTM varsity women’s basketball team played the Redeemer Royals in an exhibition game last Saturday

Varsity men’s soccer played Sudbury native team, Cambrian

Shaka explains the benefits of strength training and dispels the myth that women should not lift weights

Sciulli explains the massive amounts of benefits kale provides