Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Editorial

What do you get when you place a building with poor infrastructure, ugly interior design, and concrete flooring in the middle of UTM? You get the...
At The Medium, our largest cohort of writers hail from the sciences, and only a fraction of our writers are in the Professional Writing and Communication...
In our second issue, we published an opinion on “the case for personal responsibility,” an op-ed that argues the first steps of mental well-being...
Measured and articulate speech—that is the benchmark of a reasoned and well-intentioned speaker, or at least it should be. For some people, when it comes to...
Whenever political leaders or pundits talk about how low voter turnout among young people is, they usually criticize political parties for not being accessible...
On January 17, 2019, the Ontario government introduced the Student Choice Initiative (SCI), a program that would make some previously mandatory fees optional. Most of these...
“So, Mahmoud, when you read this in the future, do a few things: 1. Don’t cringe at your writing skills or at the whole cheesy sentimental...
As journalists, we have the responsibility to hold ourselves accountable. It is part of our mandate and our mission to ensure that we get our facts...
We’re putting out this statement with concern towards the provincial government’s new policy towards cuts in tuition and OSAP. As of this moment, the announcement, as we...
The relationship between student unions and journalism outlets over the years has been at odds with one another. On one hand, there’s a trend...
A few weeks ago we reported on U of T’s proposed smoking ban and before that we also reported on Sheridan’s announcement of a...
“We will not tolerate anybody using our children as pawns for grandstanding and political games. And, make no mistake, if we find somebody failing...

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