Volume 45, Issue 21 (March 11, 2019)
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The University of Toronto
Libraries recently acquired a rare manuscript written by 15th century Italian
and French author Christine De Pizan. The announcement was...
Due to lack of infrastructure updates, the FitzGerald building has been vacant since the July of 2018
The week focuses on engineering and solving global issues
Mississauga Mayor, Bonnie Crombie,
is pushing for a “Mississ-exit” from Peel Region, the...
Last month, the UTGSU established a permanent BDS committee
Speaking to over 200 people, Norman Finkelstein gave a lecture on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Open Letter to the UTM Community:During this past week, university groups across the
country mobilized against what they consider to be an ‘apartheid’ against the
Palestinian people. We hold no issue with this endeavour. Though myself, and
many of our members,...
on a Greek island paradise where the sun shines bright, Victoria College Drama
Society presents a warm tale of love, friendship and self-discovery...
Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek follows the Rose family who lose their fortune and are forced to move
UTM’s ICCIT Council hosted a poetry slam where poets expressed their own struggles with mental health
Guess Who’s Coming to
Dinner offers us a timeless look
into late 1960’s American...
Have you ever wondered what the
future has in store? Flying cars, artificial...
There is no such thing as a fish.
Unbelievable as it sounds, this...
Did you know that about 70 per cent of women in Sri
Lanka don’t have access to menstrual products?Inspired...
This month’s Lecture Me! event centered on Professor Lawrence Switzky’s discussion of video games
Fatima Adil, associate Features Editor, explains antibiotic resistance and how we can prevent it
This past Thursday, March 7th, the
UTM women’s varsity soccer team had their OCAA Regionals tournament at the OSA
Centre in Woodbridge. The women...
HCC at UTM has some insightful resources for students, including an online weekly meal planner
Philip Power had the opportunity to sign a contract with a Junior B hockey team but decided to decline