Volume 46, Issue 14 (January 20, 2020)
Mitchell Huynh was criticized for including Twitter follows and the purchasing of his book in participation marks
University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) students, staff, and faculty came together last Thursday...
A close look at the Student Mental Health Task Force’s first six recommendations
QSS held unofficial voting for future budgets to anticipate majority, finds members shocked to see SCI model
The city approved a 10-year plan to end emissions
Academic Affairs talks high student intake and removes programs
If the cheapest parking pass is over $700 and can’t guarantee a spot on any given day, something needs to change
Are you all ready for this year’s winter carnival? It’s going to be...
Mitchell Huynh, a sessional lecturer in the management program at UTM, has made...
Rebecca is an avant-garde feminist film from the Master of Suspense—stunning, spooky, and sure to leave you reeling by the end credits
The film centers around three sisters and their desires to be independent women in the 1800s
Other Life Formings takes visitors on a visual journey and explores what it means to be alive on Earth
The singer, who has dealt with personal issues in recent years, bares her empty soul on her new album
The Netflix series has created loyal and obsessed fans
Unlike other war films, 1917 captivates audiences through amazing visual effects and cinematography
Zeynab Asadi Lari was a fourth-year Bachelor’s of Science student at the Univeristy of Toronto Mississauga
UTM professor Dr. V. Firat Bozcali discusses the global implications of the recent US-Iran conflict
Dr. Parra talks about molecular anthropology, precision research, and balanced representation in research
Malti researches how to help children and adolescents become kinder and less aggressive
A recent U.S. study has found that your political affiliation affects how your body responds to moral outrage
Being aware of climate change and witnessing disasters, like the Australian bushfires, raises youths’ anxiety