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Volume 47, Issue 1 (September 7, 2020)

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UofT start-up gains traction amid the pandemic

Start-ups from the University of Toronto have been aiding in the prevention and relief efforts against COVID-19. In fact, one of these...

Since the university’s sudden closure in March, the biggest question on students’...

The Canadian public continues its demands for governmental action regarding institutionalized racism within law...

The University of Toronto Mississauga will be offering a variety of new...

The Center for Student Engagement announced earlier this summer that Orientation Week...

As physical restrictions worldwide continue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students are...

Some words of wisdom from The Last Psychiatrist

In a way, my entire summer (replace “summer” with “life”) can be summed up in the simple sentence below from The Last Psychiatrist: <doing awesome> is better than <feeling terrible...

With the fall semester beginning, a new wave of students will soon...

The sudden shuttering of the global economy took a toll on nations worldwide. Businesses were forced to shut down, people lost their jobs...

For the past 15 years, I have always characterized September as a...

Quarantine left me wondering what exactly optimism is and why it is...

I’m a procrastinator. There, I said it. I have a hard time...

After finding out classes for the fall will be online, I was not happy. But...

In an era of uncertainty, Taylor Swift embraces the unknown with...

When it feels like we’ve lost everything, music promises us prosperity and comfort amidst uncertainty and isolation. No artist knows this better than Taylor...

COVID-19 and the ensuing physical distancing measures have kept movie theatres closed...

2020 took everyone by surprise with COVID-19, and loss followed wherever the...

Paint-splattered easels pile under the rusted shelf in the painting studio. Dust...

The underground music scene in the Greater Toronto Area is filled with...

Because of COVID-19, many movies had their release dates postponed. Some will...

Max’s Big Ride at Home

For the sixth consecutive year and despite the unforeseen conditions, Max’s Big Ride returns with its inspiring mission to raise awareness on...

Wearing Pyjamas to School, Elisa Nguyen (Fourth Year; double major in psychology...

A graduate in biology and environmental science, Habon Ali delivered her valedictorian...

Recounting her first love of literature and her move from the UK to Canada, Gillespie speaks about her new role at U of T and what the pandemic has demanded we confront within academia.

By “preparing young girls to be great women,” Salee Johnson-Edwards is...

Salee Johnson-Edwards’ basketball career began, like many, when she was a child in her hometown of Brampton, Ontario. "I just picked up...