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Volume 44, Issue 2 (September 11, 2017)

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UTM aims to grow graduate research

Ulrich Krull, the newly appointed vice president of the University of Toronto and the new principal of the University of Toronto Mississauga, listed expanding...

CUPE Units 1 and 3 are seeking to renegotiate the terms of their collective agreements with U of T

UTMSU’s dispute with the UTMSFL continues for another year

UTMSU is in talks with Metrolinx to survey GTA U-Pass demand

UTMSU has not announced the details of the new CRO yet

Search begins for new a UTSU executive

Make use of your knowledge

This was definitely a week of varying emotions. It took me a while to think about what I wanted to write about, and it varied from topics that needed a lot of research and knowledge in order to do it justice. However, I decided...

So, you think you know how to cosplay?

Cosplaying is the art of dressing up as a character from a movie, TV show, anime, video game, or another source of entertainment. Given...

Four photographers, one medium, and an evening of open-ended intellectual back and forth

Contemporary movement aims to foster campus talent

The Hound Tall Discussion Series is a monthly comedy podcast hosted by comedian Moshe...

Art Gallery of Mississauga exhibit deconstructs physical, ideological, and geographical borders

Dr. Belinda Piercy spills the beans on her research and gives an account of aesthetics for neophytes

In About Last Night, Deborah (Demi Moore) and Danny (Rob Lowe) are part-tragic, part-dramatic...

A journey across time: Japan to UTM

Gary Crawford, a professor in UTM’s anthropology department who specializes in archaeological botany and environmental archaeology, holds an interest in time and is fascinated...

Four wheels, solar panels, and 8x12 feet: the tiny house movement advocates smaller living spaces

In contrast with what students generally think, viewership for conventional television is not declining

While undergoing an inventory, the staff in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library stumbled...

De Andrade’s road back to the pitch

Every athlete’s worst nightmare is undergoing the dreaded anterior cruciate ligament tear. For varsity women’s soccer member, Kristina De Andrade, it was no different. De...

West examines the different types of oils and fats we consume and which ones are good versus bad

The RAWC offers group fitness classes, such as indoor cycling, for students as a way to destress

The UTM varsity men’s soccer team had their first home game