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Volume 47, Issue 5 (October 5, 2020)

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U of T Launches Anti-Black Racism Task Force

The University of Toronto, through the office of the Vice President and Provost, launched the U of T Institutional Anti-Black Racism Task...

On September 23, the University of Toronto Mississauga's Sustainability Office published the...

The Experiential Education Unit has launched a bursary program for the University...

An employee at McDonald’s Square One location has tested positive for Covid-19. 

As Covid-19 cases continue to climb, we are left to wonder how...

Disney’s Mulan is another example of China’s rising power

Chinese theatre box office revenues are on the rise. The previous year, theatres in China saw more than nine billion dollars in revenue, a three-fold increase from 2013. In fact, Chinese box office revenue is estimated to overtake the United States by the...

On August 29, Conservative MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay reposted a video on Twitter of George Soros...

The M List: Six Books to Read for Mental Illness Awareness...

Mental illness takes many dark forms. For those of us who struggle with mental illness, we know the debilitating effects it can...

Sherlock Holmes is a familiar name around the world. But what about...

“Some people were born just so they can be buried,” is the...

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is as Torontonian as Drake. So,...

A Twist on UTM’s Annual Snider Lecture

The start of a new decade swept us off our feet with unprecedented changes and events. As we begin new chapters and...

*Names have been changed to allow for anonymity.  Life...

Jahnae Jones-Haywood is a fourth-year UTM student specializing in criminology, law and...

UTM’s New Mental Health Resources

The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Office of Student Affairs has developed a Mental Health Supports website for its students, faculty, and staff. The primary categories...

Unlike many athletes coming from athletic families, Mathushan Srikannathasan started his basketball...