Thursday, May 26, 2022

Tag: volume-36-issue-8

The Walkerton tragedy of errors

Last week the ensemble at Theatre Erindale delivered another outstanding performance, this time with the flourishing talents of third year Theatre and Drama students....

Style in focus: part 2

1. BOYFRIEND BLAZER Why it works: The boyfriend blazer has become this seasons hottest trend. Almost every fashion store you walk into now has their...

Liquor is quicker, but wine is fine

It's Thursday evening and I'm in the cramped Music Room of Hart House where I had come to write about a pinot noir tasting...

Discovering UTM: Thomas Cottage

Most UTM students have at some point or another walked past the cottage lying between the South Building and Oscar Peterson Hall. Yet no...

Don't be silent: SPEAKout

SPEAKout — a Spoken Word Slam hits UTM on November 20. Hosted by the SPEAKout team in collaboration with UTMSU, it offers budding poets...

Nothing but the tooth

Laura Dempster, assistant professor at the U of T Faculty of Dentistry, has been elected to the position of President of the Canadian Foundation...

Kts2 tackles gambling problem

People 18 to 24 years old are at the highest risk of developing a gambling problem. The Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) launched kts2, a...

U of T ranks no. 1 in research

For the fourth consecutive year, Research Infosource Inc. ranked the University of Toronto asthe best Canadian Research University. Research Infosource is a consulting firm that...

Crash course on "how to speak good"

On October 26, the CCIT Council held an event called How to speak good (well). Professor Joan Vinall-Cox of the Professional Writing Program and...

Career expo deemed a success by students

With Canada still recovering from the economic recession, one would expect fewer opportunities in the employment sector. Yet the Career Expo that the Career...

Halloween pub night a treat

The Blind Duck pubs latest annual Halloween Bash saw a full house on the night of October 29 as vampires, fairies, naughty schoolgirls, Star...

Light the night

The fourth annual Light the Night event was held last Thursday evening to raise awareness about violence against women. According to Statistics Canada,  women between...

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