Monday, May 20, 2024

Tag: volume-38-issue-17

Controlling obesity through policy

Researchers suggest implementing policies to promote healthy lifestyles.

A warm winter? What’s that all aboot?

Canadians love talking about our unpredictable weather. What do they think about our strangely warm winter?

Speak out: How our voices reveal personality

What does your voice say about you? Whether it’s high, low, or fast-paced, your voice communicates lots.

Looking good in Facebook photos

Stop taking mirror shots and tinting your photos green and continue reading these tips for a sweet Facebook picture.

Radcliffe all grown up

The boy who lived takes on new horror flick, The Woman in Black.

Born to Die —Lana Del Rey

Born to Die is an album that’s born to disappoint, given such high expectations from a public that wants to see failure.

Parking vote confusion resolved

Erindale College Council recommends fee increases.

Old Ideas—Leonard Cohen

Whatever it is, it’s working.

Canadian Federation of Students at UTM

CFS receives over half a million dollars of student funding from U of T each year.

Professor speaks at murder trial

Mojab gave expert testimony on what an honour killing entails to assist the jury in reaching a verdict.

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.

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