Monday, May 20, 2024

Tag: campaign

I ran for the UTMSU elections and I lost

I ran for the UTMSU elections. And I lost. As a person who can’t give all my time to studies, I have to get involved....

Two slates competing for UTMSU exec

For the first time since 2010, two slates are going head to head in this year’s UTMSU annual spring election. UTM Rise and UTM Reform,...

Sustainably sustainable

Brad Allen gives the lowdown on the annual Green DAZE at UTM

Green Dot is amazing

I encourage all students, staff, and faculty to attend a Green Dot training session.

Op-Ed: Policy vs. protest

I also think it’s more effective to educate students on the financial and policy matters that surround not only issues that effect our own interests, but the interests of the people of the province as a whole.

Students rally against high tuition

Canadian Federation of Students leads campaign to protest restrictions of tuition grant.

The “Drop Fees” benefit

Despite the absurdity of the event itself, it is nice to see our union go out and take some initiative.

U of T seeks $2 billion

The University of Toronto recently made history by launching the largest Canadian university fundraising initiative, BOUNDLESS, a $2-billion campaign. U of T president David Naylor announced the endeavour at Convocation Hall on Sunday evening.

Another “Drop Fees” campaign

UTMSU held the year’s first Drop Fees coalition meeting last Tuesday. At the meeting they discussed how to raise awareness for the Drop Fees Rally, scheduled for February 1.

Dropping fees? Look closer

It’s that time of the year again. “Drop Fees” fever has taken over our campus and, as usual, we are being treated to politically-charged rants, Guy Fawkes masks, and other assorted paraphernalia that was paid for by, well, our fees.

UTM scales new heights for United Way campaign

The Student Housing & Residence Life Department and students from U of T Mississauga participated in the second annual United Way CN Tower Climb on Saturday.

I’m not voting. Here’s why.

The University of Toronto Student Union (not what I usually call them) are holding their elections this week. I don’t know where to start,...

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