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Volume 47, Issue 2 (September 14, 2020)

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UTMSU: Looking Forward

Following the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union elections at the end of the winter term in March, the team in charge of operating...

UTM professors, alongside BLM Toronto founder, criticize the Ford government for their dismissal of systemic racism in Canada.

With the first week of school behind us, students and faculty alike have begun...

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union announced on August 27 that in-person Frosh...

The University of Toronto Governing Council held its first meeting of the academic year...

This year the University of Toronto hosted the Times Higher Education’s World Academic summit for...

Canada needs to confront its racist past by acknowledging John A. Macdonald’s history

Heads often roll in revolutions. In Canada’s case, it was the bronze head of Canada’s first prime minister, John. A. Macdonald. The statue was toppled by “defund the police” protesters in Montreal on August 29. The move was condemned by our current PM, Justin...

In 1815, Edmond Dantes was betrayed by his friends on his wedding day and...

After months of establishing physical distancing measures, wearing mandatory face masks, and the overall...

In light of the recent events happening in the United States surrounding the George...

How drama students are adapting while the curtains stay closed

A night of theatre used to mean gathering at Theatre Erindale and filling the room with laughter and tears. But with Covid-19 restrictions, the...

We drift through an empty house, when a voice whispers: “I’m thinking of ending...

With Tenet, director Christopher Nolan delivers one of his most fascinating films to date.  The first...

Every written work — including this article — should be considered fiction. It’s a...

On an episode of TED Radio Hour, host Manoush Zomorodi explores our relationship with water in an...

Project UTMC: building a virtual community and UTM campus through Minecraft

Since the university's sudden closure in March, students, faculty, and staff are still waiting to return to campus and experience its bustling atmosphere. As...

When we think of common treatments for cancer, strong medicine and radiation are typically...

The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a heavy blow to the world, from the heart-wrenching...

A Beginner’s Guide to Getting into Fitness

The first time you step into the gym, it can look intimidating. With so many different machines, equipment, sections, and free weights, it can be...

In 2019, the World Health Organization declared that loneliness is a major health concern...