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13 02, 2014

Is naked yoga good for you?

February 13th, 2014|General|2 Comments

Imagine yourself buck-naked, bent-over backwards. All kinds of feelings rush through you: fear, arousal and... getting healthy? Naked yoga is the latest in a long line of scandalous sport trends that have hit the West, but the Bold & Naked Yoga lounge assures vitality remains the goal. “While many equate being naked with sex, this ...

30 01, 2014

News briefs

January 30th, 2014|Brief, News|0 Comments

Principal Vaccarino leaves UTSC Say farewell to UTSC’s ninth principal, Franco Vaccarino, as he announced the end of his term on Jan. 21. Vaccarino was appointed in 2012 for a five-year term but will now vacate for a position as president of the University of Guelph starting Aug. 15. During his tenure at U of ...

30 01, 2014

NHL In Review: A Pigskin Debriefing

January 30th, 2014|General|0 Comments

With Super Bowl XLVIII approaching on Feb. 4, it’s time to pick through on the plum parts of the 2013 season. Among the kickoff game victors were the Dallas Cowboys who saw victory in the preseason Hall of Fame game. The game favoured the Cowboys over the Miami Dolphins 24-20 last August. The regular season ...

22 11, 2013

Solved: Construction mysteries at UTSC

November 22nd, 2013|News|0 Comments

UTSC seems to roar as the campus takes up a number of construction projects this semester. Students have been aware of huge projects like the Pan Am Aquatic Centre, but smaller projects are starting to get attention. The AC building’s quiet study room will become a workshop room and offices for the Academic Advising & ...

3 10, 2013

Kickstarter: Dream financing for artists

October 3rd, 2013|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Toronto cat scientist, Erwin Hobbes, has been promised over $10,000 to publish his photographic history of two-legged cats. His dream could not have been possible without the crowdfunding website, Kickstarter. Kickstarter is a crowdfunding website that connects artists with both audiences and financing. Recently, Canadians have been allowed to post their own projects. Whether you’re ...