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Volume 45, Issue 10 (November 19, 2018)

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UTMSU releases AGM agenda

On November 29th, the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the 2018-2019 academic year which...

Amendments to the “repeating passed courses policy” gives students a second chance at a better grade

Four UTM professors have received and renewed research chairs

The panel took an interdisciplinary approach at how political events fifty years ago have shaped politics today

The week-long event, organized by the UCS, is in its fourth year

UTMSU Wage increase

The folks at UTMSU work hard, and they absolutely deserve the salary increase, so why the fuss? If you ask any UTMSU executive this year or in the past, they will tell you that they are overworked and underpaid. And I believe them. I have...

Milk and Honey

Milk and Honey is a book of poetry by Rupi Kaur on the syllabus of ENG 271’s Toronto’s Multicultural Literatures. It’s a best-selling book,...

From the opening scene of Marty (1955) to the closing credits, you can’t help...

Julian Nieva emphasized the importance of connections and relationships.

The English and Drama Student Society’s production reimagines Galspell’s feminist drama Trifles

Five UTM clubs collaborated to host a Writer’s Career Panel, featuring a linguist, author, and playwright

The Department of Visual Studies SS, Arts for Hearts, and UTMSU collaborated to host a paint battle

Plot & execution of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald disappoint

Being Black on Campus

I quickly noticed the disproportionate diversity on campus my first time at UTM. During Clubs Week in my first-year, I noticed a slew of...

The travelling graphic medicine exhibit will be on display at the UTM library until December 18, 2018

UTM’s most recent Biomedical Communications Ph.D. graduate speaks about her research & interests

Dr. Frankowiak spoke at last week’s Biology Seminar Series event

Dr. Eugenia Duodu, a UTM Ph.D. chemistry graduate, is the current CEO of Visions of Science

UTM alumnus Fahaq Tariq’s company Shift aims to repurpose animal waste into sustainable energy

Booster Juice: the unhealthy ugly truth

Health has been on a rising trend within the contemporary market. Taking advantage of this atmosphere, many businesses have attempted to expand their net...

Kyle Boorman of the varsity men’s basketball team, worked hard year after year to perfect his game

The UTM Eagles hockey team lost a close 1-0 game against UTSC at Varsity Arena last Wednesday

It’s 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 11 at the RAWC. The referee blows the...

The RAWC squash courts will hopefully open again in new year