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Volume 47, Issue 8 (October 26, 2020)

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UTM releases draft master plan of future initiatives for the university

The University of Toronto has published the draft for the new and updated Master Plan for its Mississauga campus in an effort...

As Covid-19 cases continue to rise, and with the arrival of the...

On Wednesday, October 21, the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union held...

Most holidays in 2020 have already been altered by the Covid-19 pandemic,...

Witches as feminist icons

The witch archetype has been romanticized and commercialized in various mediums, from movies and shows to novels and art. The mysticism and fantasy associated with witches within Western pop culture have spiritually and symbolically resonated with emerging activists challenging patriarchal narratives of...

You are watching a horror movie. The scenes exude an atmosphere of...

Halloween is an exciting holiday for many. Dressing up and going trick-or-treating...

Exploring the twisting worlds of Junji Ito

Horror has its many ways of stirring up fear. In movies, it’s the frightening scenes that startle the audience, while in books,...

London, 1987. Dani Clayton (Victoria Pedretti) is an American teacher turned au...

Spiders, ghosts, witches. Oh my! As the leaves change colour and the...

Beasts of The Medium

Chris Berberian, Arts Editor: A midnight snack Name: Maxi as Count Maximilian of Transsiberia

Cultural appropriation is a relatively new term invented in the 1980s during...

The Valuable Benefits of Journaling

What is journaling? Journaling is the act of keeping a record of personal experiences, reflections, thoughts, and feelings. This record does not...

Halloween this year will be on a Saturday for the first time...

Black licorice has been used for years as either a tasty snack...