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Volume 46, Issue 8 (November 3, 2019)

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Students talk city-planning

The School of Cities Student Academy, a tri-campus platform for U of T students interested in learning about city-planning and urban development, hosted a symposium last Friday...

Vaping advertisements will be banned from convenience stores

UTM professor Owusu-Bempah states minorities continue to suffer cannabis possession charges post cannabis legalization

UTM I&ITS hosted a panel to discuss how to deal with cyberbullying

Margaret Atwood, U of T alumna, meets Queen Elizabeth

The Campus Affairs meeting discussed staff recognition, international student dependence, and faculty diversity

To de-stress and build resilience, Student Affairs & Services hosted goat yoga sessions and a petting zoo

Post election: A country divided

As the dust settles on the 2019 Federal election, leaders on all sides have a lot to consider. This election was filled with personal attacks, scandals, and divisiveness. Individuals across the political spectrum expressed their disappointment with the selection of party leaders, with over one-third opting to vote...

People should stop being proud of their accomplishments and focus more on being happy with them

The Serious Implications of the Federal Election

A somber look at the rise of depression, suicide, and the topic of mental health

Where the hell are all the PWC students?

Take a look around you and count your blessings.

Beetlejuice (1988)

October is essentially synonymous with Halloween and gives me an excuse to re-watch my favourite Halloween classics. Every year, I always find my way back to...

Tablo and his manager Eddie Nam host The Tablo Podcast.

UTM Horror Club and UTMSU created a haunted house that perfectly embodied the Halloween spirit

The “Mississauga Miracles” event showcased artwork and archives of the derailment in 1979

The Toronto International Festival of Authors consisted of book signings, discussion panels, and readings

The filmmaker presented her feature film Shadeism to students and faculty at The MiST Theatre

Following a trend in Disney remakes, Maleficent shines a more sympathetic light on the iconic antagonist

Why have civil wars persisted for centuries?

There are plenty of examples of destructive civil wars that bring deaths and economical and societal rupture to the countries that experience them. This phenomenon has...

Geothermal exchange system at UTM provides heating and air conditioning without using any natural gas

The history behind the popular holiday, pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, and dressing up

Dr. Vervaeke talked about philosophical zombies this Halloween

Dr. Mant has dressed up as a plague doctor, an influenza nurse, and a polio vaccine trial participant’s parent

Mental illness reduces life expectancy

The World Health Organization defines mental health as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes their own potential, copes with the normal stresses of life,...

Study finds certain plants can be dangerous, especially for people living in impoverished countries

Pixar’s movie Inside Out provides researchers with framework for effectively dealing with negative emotions

UTM’s Women’s Varsity basketball team remain undefeated with an emphatic win over George Brown