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Volume 45, Issue 6 (October 22, 2018)

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UTM updates policies

With the use of cannabis now legal in Canada, Universities and Colleges have begun to finalize their policies for cannabis use on campus. Following the...

University received funding to hire seven academic diversity positions and three indigenous faculty positions

The UTSU will endorse the separation of the UTSU and UTMSU after stalled membership negotiations

Current Lieutenant Governor of Ontario talks about sustainability

Questioning the approach on avoidance over resolving root causes of criminal behaviour

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins is a 1964 Disney musical fantasy film, directed by Robert Stevenson. Mr. George Banks (David Tomlinson) of 17 Cherry Tree Lane runs...

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road is a 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning novel on the syllabus...

How tech is redefining death: Podcast 382 is an episode of the weekly podcast...

Malapitan and Ozymtchak discuss the Cinema Studies Association’s goals and upcoming events

Anthropocene at the AGO illustrates the long-term effects of human impact on this planet

Director James Wallis discusses the continuing relevance of themes in Henry IV to a modern-day audience

The Toronto International Festival of Authors and Toronto Poetry Project co-hosted a night of slam poetry

Sharing stories and learning languages

Last Friday, UTM’s International Education Centre in collaboration with education studies held their second Language Conversation Circle session. These peer-led, drop-in, interactive conversation sessions...

If you were to ask high-school-me to describe myself I probably would have said...

Tero Karppi’s new book explores the threat of user deactivation on Facebook as a business

Sam Tanenhaus, writer and former editor, teaches new course “Trump and the Media” at UTSG

Dr. Andrew Miles recently won the Connaught Fund New Researcher Award worth $35,000

Women’s basketball starts off with a win

This past Saturday, October 20th, the UTM Women’s basketball team played at home and chalked up their first win of the season over the...

The RAWC’s first Wellness Routes walk was deemed a success

The men’s varsity soccer team will compete at the OCAA provincials next Thursday to Saturday

Men’s varsity basketball loses a close 96-93 match against the Mohawk College Mountaineers