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Volume 47, Issue 28 (March 22, 2021)

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Student slate Build Back Better sweeps UTMSU election

The unofficial results of the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) elections were announced on March 19, with a sweeping victory across the...

On Friday, March 19, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) sent out an...

On March 19, environmental activists from around the world came together, both in-person and...

Reflecting on Sarah Everard and toxic masculinity

On March 3, Sarah Everard was walking home at night in South London when she went missing. Days later, a Metropolitan police officer was arrested under the suspicion of kidnapping. On March 12, the Metropolitan police confirmed that they found Everard’s body and arrested the police...

Tiny Pretty Things perpetuates ballet’s worst stereotypes

Tiny Pretty Things is one of the newest teen dramas from Netflix, and also one of the most problematic. The series—based on the young adult...

Before the curtains close this season, Theatre Erindale gets set to debut The Roaring Girl. The...

Amid the ongoing pandemic, at some point, you’ve likely felt unmotivated. I know I...

The 2021 Grammy Awards were bound to be different.  With no red carpet and minimal...

SciForAll: An innovative and interactive approach to Covid-19 education

The start of the Covid-19 pandemic brought forth an immense flow of research on the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, at times, it was hard for...

Professor Lilia Topouzova of the Professional Writing and Communications program at UTM specializes in...

In the past century, the human race has achieved immense technological advancements as well...

With many individuals worrying about privacy as well as the possible dangers that may...

Covid-somnia: The rise in sleep disorders over the pandemic

The pandemic has led to a multitude of health-related issues, as well as a rise of individuals struggling with mental illness. Recent isolation has...

On March 12, the IEC, in partnership with UTMAC, continued its Global Café series...