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Marjan Asadullah

About Marjan Asadullah

Marjan is a third year journalism specialist. She looks forward to challenging herself as a writer and working alongside a creative team. For fun, she rides her bike and takes photos of her surroundings and, fun fact, she knows four different languages.

12 09, 2016

UTSC on the Change

September 12th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Currently, UTSC is under a $10 million renovation, turning the section of its south campus, where the old gym and a few classrooms were located, into the new social science department. Since the inception of the Pan Am Athletic Center, just northwest of the main campus, students have been afforded a larger gym space with ...

8 09, 2016

Introducing the SCSU

September 8th, 2016|News|0 Comments

The new school year comes with lots of changes, including a new SCSU executive team. If we think of the university as a human body, the SCSU is the heart of the UTSC campus. It is where you go with your questions, comments, or concerns. The SCSU is the only representative of the student body ...

14 03, 2016

A Personal Experience: ATTACK ON FEMINISM AT U OF T

March 14th, 2016|News|0 Comments

When I walked in late to my gender studies class, I realized that the atmosphere in the classroom was very serious and that the professor seemed concerned. As soon as I settled and tried to pick up what the discussion was about, I realised the letter I received from the university the night before was ...

29 01, 2015

Review: Only One – Kanye West (ft. Paul McCartney)

January 29th, 2015|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Known for his angry outbursts and continuous rants, rapper Kanye West dropped his new single featuring Paul McCartney, “Only One”. This soft sentimental song is rumoured to be a tribute to the rapper’s late mother Dr. Donda C. West, who passed away due to complications during surgery. Although West has not spoken about the release ...

23 10, 2014

Safety Behind the University Party Scene

October 23rd, 2014|News|0 Comments

Although a taboo topic to discuss, sexual assault, rape and harassment on university campuses has increased both in the U.S. and Canada in the recent years. It became such a concern that California passed a ‘yes means yes’ law that requires an “affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity” on campuses. While ...