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Editor’s Note

We’re all facing our own identity crisis.Though we may refute it, every day we hope to find the true key in the search for...

Fake news, opinions, and change: a story of consequence.

Hours after the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, many of our Facebook feeds may have been hit with a similar...

Restoring the Integrity of Journalism

Technology has ushered us into a new age—one filled with an abundance of information available at a moment’s notice to billions of people across...

Finding a balance that fits your lifestyle

When individuals, especially women, look at Instagram models, such as Kayla Itsines, Diana and Felicia of basebodybabes, or Jen Selter, it is easy to...

Friday at Sihan’s

Shirt off, gut out, and a flashing unicorn horn on his head, Sihan Zheng yells at the top of his lungs, “suck it.” His...

Your sexts are permanent, and other horrifying thoughts

The adage of “Everything posted online stays there forever,” a once comforting thought, has now become a horrifying technological dystopian reality that many people...

Online Dating

By now, the fact that social media has changed the way we interact in our relationships—by adding a disembodied online dimension—is nothing new. What...

Parting Note

Well, that’s it. You’ve reached the end of the magazine then, congratulations!If you’ve skimmed through the magazine, then alright, good for you, I hope...

More than halfway to the finish line

Springtime in university means different things to different people. For some, the warm weather teases us with the hint of summer coming along. For...

UTSU’s year in review

As the 2017/18 academic year concludes, The Medium reviews the University of Toronto Student Union’s policies and campaign promises they have achieved while in...

UTMSU’s campaign promises reviewed

Last year, Fresh UTM was elected on a platform that promoted making fees more affordable for students and increasing student services. The elected team...

Investigating nature and technology

Canadian filmmaker Matthew Taylor Blais explores themes of self-discovery, nature, and fear in his first experimental narrative feature, Forest Movie. Hosted by the Cinema...
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