When dissent is punished, we are polarized
One of the requests UTMSU makes in its letter to U of T administration regarding Jordan Peterson is “the deletion of his ‘transphobic and...
The abortion divide: pro-life or choice?
The late 20th century remained a particularly active time for Canadian politics following the revival of the debate over “reproductive politics”. The debate introduced...
New governance model presented, stirs debate
The GRC held a town hall at UTM on Thursday to explain the restructuring of decision-making bodies
Speak-Off on UTM politics
Students debated UTMSU elections and UTMAC candidates campaigned at the event
Debating student politics
Last week’s debate was just plain sad.
Are we disengaged?
UTMSU All-Candidates Debate fails to draw attention from students at the Blind Duck
Slates hash our differences at the U of T Students’ Union All-Candidates Debate
Debating the Arab Spring
Among the panelists were some prominent members in the academic and political arena
ECC in response
I must first respond to untruths in both Gilbert Cassar’s “Presidential Seasonal Message to the Masses” and Ruba El Khadri’s “Student Voice Stifled” pieces.
Arguing over the Arctic
The UTM Debating Club hosted the Great Professors’ Debate on Tuesday evening to discuss the role of Canada in the dispute over Canada’s Arctic...
ASPAWC debates Doha
The Arab Students for Peace and World Change (ASPAWC) club held their first The Doha Debates-style discussion with UTM professor Jens Hanssen at the Student Centre last Wednesday.
Shaila Kibria has accomplished many things since leaving UTM: running for the New Democratic Party, publishing a children’s book, and writing for CBC Radio—but she most recently made headlines over her choice to stop wearing her hijab.
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