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Volume 47, Issue 4 (September 28, 2020)

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Scholars across Canada call for racial justice and an end to...

Co-organized by the University of Toronto Mississauga’s very own Professor Beverly Bain—a Black, queer, feminist scholar and activist who teaches in Women and Gender...

In recent months, Mississauga and the Greater Toronto Area have seen a significant increase...

On September 21, Public Health Ontario reported 552 new Covid-19 cases were identified in...

The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Health and Counselling Centre (HCC) held its third Be...

The passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg heralds the end of an era

It was not long ago that the late U.S. Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia stood on the graduation podium of Southern Methodist University and declared that the American Constitution, as a living document, is “dead, dead, dead.” With the passing of Justice Ruth Bader...

On September first, the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab published a report about predictive policing technologies...

The importance of the Bechdel Test

When it comes to the big screen, female archetypes can leak into our subconscious and perpetuate unrealistic, limiting perceptions of women. For decades, the Bechdel...

Saying our entry into a brand-new decade was shaky would be the understatement of...

Living through a pandemic has caused individuals from all backgrounds to experience loss, grief,...

My Battles – Simone Monteiro People say you’re either a “lover” or a “fighter,” But I...

Death almost always affects the lives of surviving family and friends. But what about...

This month, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled new standards for...

The importance of youth in conversations on sustainability

"We cannot keep this planet healthy if we don't begin to understand and appreciate it," says Dr. Marc Johnson, an associate professor of biology...

As a grade seven student, Eleen Gong knew she wanted to study abroad on...

The world of academia is alive and flourishing with new and exciting research projects,...

Performance of fabrics for home-made masks against the spread of COVID–19

Quarantine during the current COVID-19 pandemic has provided many with the time and opportunity to get in touch with their creative sides. With the...

When someone says something false, we usually turn to the facts: the credible, educational...

With most of our classes happening online, it is difficult to have the university...