Kristina Dukoski

About Kristina Dukoski

Kristina is a third year philosophy specialist. She is most excited to be part of a team that focuses primarily on the desires and interests of the campus community. She loves music and plays the bass guitar and has also been doing Macedonian dance for 13 years.
10 01, 2017


January 10th, 2017|Science & Tech|0 Comments

Summer has packed its bags, and taken our Vitamin D levels with it.

21 10, 2016

Taking A Dip in the Uncanny Valley

October 21st, 2016|Science & Tech|0 Comments

We’ve all seen those videos of vaguely human-like robots committing vaguely human-like actions; yes, they’re creepy, but why?

28 09, 2016

The New Elements on the Block

September 28th, 2016|Science & Tech|0 Comments

Periodic table enthusiasts are anxiously awaiting the official induction of the four new elements that were introduced last year. The journey began in December, when the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) announced the discoveries of the new elements, set to complete the seventh row of the periodic table. After their initial discovery, ...

9 09, 2016

Exploring the Rouge

September 9th, 2016|Science & Tech|0 Comments

Canada is home to many amazing natural sites, but not all of them are accessible. In fact, if you live in an urban area, chances are you have to designate time to unwind and immerse yourself in the scenery. Well, we city-slickers need not worry, because there’s a beautiful landmark right in our backyard: Rouge ...

15 02, 2016

Walk of Shame or Walk of Fame: 5th and 6th Year Students at UTSC

February 15th, 2016|News|0 Comments

If anything can be said about university, it is that it has a reputation for throwing curveballs at unsuspecting students. As fresh-faced, doe-eyed first year students, we all have this vision that we will be huge successes, make tonnes of friends, network with all kinds of people, and make leaps and bounds in all aspects ...