Volume 46, Issue 9 (November 10, 2019)
On October 2, a UTM student was handcuffed by campus police at the Health...
Professionals question the necessity of daylight saving time change
The City of Mississauga has approved the price increase of city services like MiWay and recreational programs
Are people in the Middle East protected from the Islamic State now that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead?
As much as they preach inclusion for all, a part of our community always seems to get left behind
Musicians are not God. Attributing being alive to a famous musician or celebrity is not the way to go
What do you get when you place a building with poor infrastructure, ugly interior design,...
The show’s lack of romantic storylines makes the drama stand out
The exhibition at Square One shopping centre brought to life many scenes from the childhood classic
The television show is the latest book adaptation by the network and fans are not impressed
JUST TWO YEARS BEFORE CLUELESS, ALICIA SILVERSTONE PORTRAYED ADRIENNE FORRESTER IN THE 1993 PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER THE CRUSH
Networks are rebooting childhood favourite shows with new plots while also keeping familiar faces
Imagine this: you’re on your laptop staring at a blank word document. Time dwindles as...
Professor Poë talks about her journey to academia, her teaching career, and her advice for STEM students
Marcel Duchamp’s readymades challenged the idea of art as a planned composition for the first time
Dr. Julie MacArthur recently won the UTM Annual Research Prize for her research on African history
Childhood experiences and family SES is shown to impact quality of health in mid-life and in later adult-hood
UTM’s most decorated female athlete is a recent graduate but still heavily involved in campus athletics
Acute exposure to harmful air particles has shown to increase admissions to ER pediatric psychiatrics