Friday, July 19, 2024

Tag: volume-38-issue-1

New buildings open for business

The Instructional Centre is open for the new school year while the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex is in its final stages. The new buildings have neared completion just in time to begin the 2011 academic year.

The Phillies: MLB’s ‘Dream Team’

The Phillies were widely regarded as the most talented team in baseball and the clear-cut favorite to win the World Series. With the fall only a few weeks away, it’s clear that the Phillies are still the team to beat.

The elephant in the room: Crosby’s concussion battle

Further action must be taken to implement rules in the NHL with regard to headshots and concussions in hopes of preventing these situations from occurring again.

I’m with You: Chili Peppers return with new album

What the album lacks in originality, it makes up for in cohesion and homogeneity. Like the comforting title mentions, the Chili Peppers are with you, and nothing on this album is complex or scary enough to make you pull away.

UTMSU accuses Dean, funds MAM U-Pass

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union accused Mark Overton, Dean of Student Affairs, of doctoring minutes from a meeting held in February earlier this year. UTMSU has since offered to extend the U-Pass to the MAM students for the duration of this academic year.

How to stay sane on residence

You did the cheers, you danced on tables, you drank too much. Good stuff. Now it’s time to start university and deal with your roommates.

The Style List: back-to-school bags

Between all of the textbooks, school supplies, and other random things required throughout the day, every student needs a practical, stylish, and not-too-expensive bag to carry around their essentials.

The NFL off-season: reunited, and it feels so good

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or “enjoying your summer” spending time outside, you have no doubt heard of the battle that was...

Fall TV lineup shows some promise

For those looking for new excuses to procrastinate, here’s a peek at the new lineup of fall shows.

A year-long orientation

It takes work to get where you’re going. And a map.

Why study the humanities?

For the past four years I’ve studied English at UTM, and for the past four years, I couldn’t tell you why I did it.

Our picks at Tiff

Check out our preview of some of the festival’s most promising movies, and stay tuned for the verdict next week.

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