Volume 45, Issue 6 (October 22, 2018)
UTMSU face backlash after requiring signatures for food
Principal Ulrich Krull touched on what the expansion means for the university in the coming year
Smoking policy reviewed during governing council meeting
How UTMSU partisan politics gave me a bad case of indigestion a few weeks ago
Questioning the approach on avoidance over resolving root causes of criminal behaviour
Director Michelle Langille and actor Amanda Cordner discuss presenting Margaret Atwood’s classic novella
Hart House Theatre presented a one-night show of Fake Nerd Girl, starring Chloe Payne
Keeping up with the authenticity of previous Charlie Brown specials, It’s The Great Pumpkin,...
First published in 2004, Natasha and Other Stories is the debut work by Canadian...
NuMonic Hip Hop hosted a workshop with Nathan Tiangson
The podcast titled Missing and Murdered follows the disappearance of Indigenous women for the...
A mother, her son, and her daughter will all be graduating with a BSc this 2018/2019 academic year
In September, Marell Tomeh’s cancer returned and now she needs to find a stem cell donor
Third “Classics and the World Today” event
Language Conversation Circles, peer-led interactive sessions, promote cultural awareness in students
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
The UTM men’s varsity soccer team were defeated by the Fanshawe Falcons in the quarterfinal game
Hon is a Masters student and member of the badminton team
The women’s varsity basketball team defeated the Mohawk College Mountaineers in season opener
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