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28 03, 2013

Pan Am Facilities: a visual tour

March 28th, 2013|News|0 Comments

With the skeletal structure of the upcoming Pan Am facilities already going up, anticipation is building. According to a construction worker on site, they work five days a week, sometimes six. With around 80 to 100 workers on site right now, the exterior construction is set to be completed next year after which interior construction ...

28 03, 2013

Q&A with Liberal Leaders

March 28th, 2013|News|0 Comments

Joyce Murray The Underground (UG): What kind of changes to education are you proposing? Joyce Murray (JM): I think that students are really interested in the kind of opportunities that they may have to try and succeed in the future and my whole platform is about a sustainable society. It’s about having the decisions the ...

28 03, 2013

Letters to the Editor

March 28th, 2013|Feature|0 Comments

Dear Editor, I am writing this letter in order to explain and provide more context to a letter that was written on Tuesday Mar. 12, to Jill Matus regarding a Men’s Rights Awareness group at the St. George Campus. The letter was sent urgently in response to an event that happened on Thursday Mar. 7 that ...

28 03, 2013

The myth of med school

March 28th, 2013|News|0 Comments

Remember the enthusiasm with which children would answer questions about their future? “I want to be a doctor,” some of them would say with pride. Years later, some of us still give that same answer, but maybe with a little less enthusiasm. Photo by: Mehrin Hossain In order to become a doctor in ...

28 03, 2013

Michael Petit

March 28th, 2013|News|0 Comments

Both a media professor and a media scholar, professor Michael Petit is actively engaged in the academic life at UTSC. He enjoys the interaction that he has with students because he believes that understanding media is central in our lives. His research is focused on new media and pedagogy, and he often takes his classroom ...