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Volume 46, Issue 21 (March 23, 2020)

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Weekly Roundup: What you’ve missed during the COVID-19 pandemic

With COVID-19 dominating the front page of every Canadian news outlet, here’s a recent round-up of non-pandemic related news. Ontario’s transit routes...

With Muzzo Junior’s upcoming court hearing, the UTM community reconsiders the wording of the Muzzo dedication

UTM Scribes, local food bank HalalServe, and Toronto community organizations rise to the occasion amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

The waste system at UTM requires much needed improvements as identified by students and faculty

Women writers and their pen names

“Literature cannot be the business of a woman's life, and it ought not to be.” After Charlotte Brontë sent her...

The Long Goodbye deals with the grief of breaking up with a country Ahmed once called home

Acting isn’t easy, and that is clear from this interview of famous Reign actress.

Parasite won Best Picture, so watch it as well all these other great movies.

Narrative newcomer Liz Garbus recounts Shannan Gilbert’s tragic story in this fraught adaptation

These female characters have made a large impact on pop culture and are still relevant today

From coming of age to epic fantasy, here is a list of books to keep you entertained through quarantine.

Why is hiring a diverse faculty important?

Dr. Fiona Rawle is currently the Associate Dean, Undergraduate and an associate professor of biology at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Rawle is also...

Behavioural economics expert Dr. Lisa Kramer discusses panic buying and the predicted financial impact of the current pandemic on the economy

From staying away from the television to getting a good night’s sleep: experts provide advice on how to maintain good mental health during a pandemic

Pandemics in the past were often precursors to social and economic shifts within societies and the world

What do women really want?

You may have heard that women prefer certain traits in men, depending on their menstrual cycles. For the longest time, I believed this was...

Spending at least 10 minutes outside can improve your mental health.