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Volume 42, Issue 22 (March 21, 2016)

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Unite UTM sweeps UTMSU election

According to unofficial results announced last Monday, Unite UTM has swept UTMSU’s spring election and won all of the seats for the 2016/17 executive...

Two slates are going head to head in this year’s UTSU elections to determine...

The Undergraduate Commerce Society held its ninth annual Show Me The Green Conference March...

UTSU has passed a motion to change students’ health and dental insurance provider following...

Amrita Daniere has been appointed as UTM’s new vice-principal academic and dean starting July...

The last fire alarm went off on Wednesday in CCT

Approximately 60 students attended last week’s event

So long, friends, until next time

Experience is a great teacher. My first two months as news editor ended with a lawsuit threat. Two years later, I’m so thankful for it. I never really considered myself much of a risk-taker. Coming back this year to be EIC (rather than apply to...

It’s been a long day. I think after spending, on occasion, as many as...

I’ve been at this newspaper for two years now and I’ve never written once...

Three years, 68 articles, and 68 issues. These three numbers may quantify my time...

UTM rolls in talent at film festival

UTM is a school brimming with cinematic talent, and the UTM Film Festival last Thursday night proved this true. Organized by ICCIT Council, DVS...

Frequently Answered Questions give art and art history grads the chance to flex their creativity

Explore this summer with artsy activities in the GTA

City of Mississauga to appoint first Youth Poet Laureate

With the resurgence of the British grime scene by artists like Skepta and Stormzy,...

Before joining my professional writing and communications class, Re-languaging: Writing Across Cultures and Languages,...

Bradley Museum fuses Canadian poetry and visual art

Students bid farewell to Deep Saini

I sit across from Professor Deep Saini in his rather spacious office. His windows offer a view of the rain outside. The sky looks...

The conference, themed “EDGE”, was held at the St. Lawrence Centre in Toronto

For students taking five courses or more per semester, it adds up to a lot of reading

With the end of the semester approaching, it’s time for the last Blackboard Special...

Ping pong brings March Madness

Last Friday, the UTM Ping Pong Club held its final event of the year, seeing an impressive number of participants come and compete for...

There are many physical and cognitive benefits to exercising during the exam period

There are two kinds of people in the world—the ones who like neon yellow...

It can be extremely difficult to lose weight—there never seems to be the proper...