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Volume 47, Issue 19 (January 11, 2021)

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Looking Back at UTM in 2020

2020 has finally come to an end. The past year introduced many challenges and sorrow, from the tragedy of Flight 752 to the Covid-19...

On December 9, the Quality Services to Students (QSS) committee met to discuss the...

The second week of January has seen Ontario reporting a new single-day record of...

On January 6, a group of pro-Trump rioters turned a protest for the election...

Quarantine university: Lessons from a semester online

This Christmas, my sister gifted me a turquoise hoodie that read in big white block letters: “Quarantine University.” It was funny at first, but I began to realize that this phrase could easily be the tagline for many students this past semester. As I’m...

Happy New Year! 2020 is finally over! And now that it is, most of...

The human brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It produces our every...

The Mandalorian steals our hearts in season two

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, the story of The Mandalorian shone a light on our lives. Dubbed the most “in-demand series...

In its newest animated feature Soul, Pixar once again invites us into a universe filled...

Five months after the release of her critically acclaimed album, folklore, which earned a Grammy...

The emergence of effective vaccines against Covid-19

Covid-19 is an infectious disease that has quickly escalated into a global pandemic. As of January 9, 2021, there are 652,473 reported cases of Covid-19 in...

“The ultimate goal of the pedagogy of kindness is to establish this connection which...

For many, a new year means new goals and resolutions. It is a fresh...

Toronto, known for its multiculturalism and diversity, has developed and normalized its own language...

Music-induced emotions and the brain

Your favourite songs influence your mood and personality as much as they influence specific areas of your brain. A study from the University of Turku,...