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Volume 45, Issue 16 (January 28, 2019)

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Tensions high at QSS

The Quality Service to Students council (QSS) meeting took place this past Monday. This organization is responsible for primarily offering recommendations regarding the operation and funding...

In an emergency motion presented during the board of directors meeting on January 23, 2019,...

The provincial government has announced prospective changes to post-secondary tuition and fees

On January 25, thousands of students marched from Yonge and Dundas square to Queen’s Park...

UTMSU President Felipe Nagata recently became the newly elected Chairperson of the Canadian Federation of...

It’s time for the Ford Government to clarify their stance on OSAP

Dear editor, In a recent interview with CBC, Ontario’s minister of training, Colleges and Universities Merrilee Fullerton argued that the drastic changes introduced by the Ford government are hardly of any concern. Following the outcry of students regarding the wholly unjust and frankly ambivalent nature of the OSAP changes, Fullerton...

VCDS’ Confessions of a Female Disorder

Following the life of a lesbian who struggles to accept her sexuality is the premise of Victoria College Drama Society’s production of Confessions of a Female...

One writer discusses his contrasting and controversial opinions of popular and mainstream musicians

Imagine waking up on your sixteenth birthday, excited for the important milestone. You’ve been waiting for...

Panic! at the Disco’s latest album highlights Urie’s incredible vocals

Student written textbooks published within my academic span are rare. Although the writing in older textbooks...

Nixon discusses taking UTM’s Making a Book course and her experience with paranormal activity

Theatre Erindale’s production of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, directed by Melee Hutton, invites audiences to escape into...

Seek out opportunities and win awards

Most of us go our entire undergraduate careers without realizing that there are opportunities within our reach yet left unclaimed. Lohana Capanema Queiroz, a fourth-year student...

BIO202 students have access to UTM’s newest open access digital textbook, released this month

Name: Ali Taha Position at The Medium: News Editor Year: Third year Program of Study: Specializing in Political Science, and...

The Medium sits down with UTMGB to discuss their medical and dental brigades to the Honduras

UTSC dominates Wednesday hockey game

Last Wednesday, January 23rd the UTM men’s d-league ice hockey team went toe to toe with UTSC at an exciting game, unfortunately ending 5-3 with UTSC...

Gregory Roberts began playing basketball at 13 because he never wanted to play as a young kid

The UTM women’s varsity indoor soccer team lost three out of the four games played at Redeemer

Young football players are taught to “suck it up” when injured