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Volume 46, Issue 18 (March 2, 2020)

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Mississauga announces their Climate and Sports Initiative

The City of Mississauga joined hands with Toronto Pearson to launch the first-ever Climate and Sports Initiative at Vancouver’s Globe 2020 event. Canadian Olympians, as ambassadors of...

The EBS and the ECPS made an ‘ionic’ duo hosting their “Meet the Prof Night”event

In Forbes’ annual list of Canada’s best employers, U of T is ranked 10th and the U of T community is ecstatic

Voting members pass resolution for increases of the Health Services, Athletics & Recreation, and Student Services fees

Pay attention to cigarette filters, UTM

Cigarette filters at UTM have become an issue on campus. The UTM Grounds department spends hours on a weekly basis clearing the cigarette filters around campus. I want to convince you to dispose of your cigarette filter in the receptacles. When you place your filter in the receptacle,...

Uncontested elections are inherently undemocratic.

The underground is authentic and easy to connect to on a gut-wrenching, emotional, and spiritual level

When reacting to the coronavirus, we must make sense of the facts and take control of our fears

Rewind: Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Eyes Wide Shut is an enigma. It’s not quite erotica, it’s not quite thriller. It hit theatres in July, but the story takes place at Christmas. Some...

The 1990 film followed Black LGBT and Latino participants in the ballroom amidst social struggles

Hart House’s final production of the season depicted a WWI virtual reality game that was difficult to follow

With COVID-19 continuing to spread, entertainment companies are delaying film releases and concerts

The film festival hosted by DVSS, UTMSU, and ICCIT showcased wide-ranging films from students

After years of rumours, the cast of your beloved sitcom is reuniting for an unscripted special in May

Director Bong Joon-ho sweeps the Academy and our hearts: why it matters and the future of film

Why the Wet’suwet’en are protesting

On February 6, 2020, the RCMP entered Wet’suwet’en territory—without the Indigenous nation’s consent—to enforce construction of the Coastal GasLink Project, a pipeline for exporting gas in northern...

Clearview AI allows its users to use a single photo to determine a stranger’s name, phone number, and address

Symposium organized by the UTM biology department to honour Zeynab and Mohammad Asadi-Lari

Author of popular Canadian series was addicted to barbiturates and bromides and died of an overdose

The reasons for vandalizing are diverse and range from those that are obvious to ones not as easily understood

How to disinfect against the coronavirus

COVID-19, or coronavirus as its more commonly known, is a virus that emerged from Wuhan, China and has now spread globally. Coronavirus is one of many...

To see the benefits of strength training, a study has found lifting less more effective than lifting more

Since legalization many still don’t understand what the THC levels on their Cannabis edibles actually mean

A study has found that the type of alarm sound could contribute to why you wake up with grogginess

Varsity Basketball guard Hassan Manjang hopes to inspire future athletes to never stop working hard