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About Sam Natale

Sam Natale is currently a second year student doing a double major in English Co-op and Media Studies. Her interests include movie musicals, 80's synthpop, mind maps, and dramatic lipstick. Sam's philosophy in life is to live everyday like it's Halloween, something she likes to think she made up, but probably didn't.
1 04, 2015

Mature Students

April 1st, 2015|News|0 Comments

Most students begin their university careers between the ages of 17 to 19. However, there are some students who choose the nontraditional path and begin their undergraduate studies at an older age. These students are, according to U of T, mature students: students who begin university over the age of 21 and have never attended ...

12 03, 2015

Academic Support At UTSC

March 12th, 2015|News|0 Comments

  With the TAs on strike and many tutorials cancelled, students may have a harder time finding the help and resources they need. It is now the perfect time to check out the multitude of services available year-round on campus. From the Writing Centre to peer mentors on residence, there is something for everyone at ...

26 02, 2015

Exclusivity Within Minorities

February 26th, 2015|Arts & Life|0 Comments

All marginalized bodies are often lumped under the same category: "minorities". This word serves as a convenient reference for non-marginalized people who do not want to discuss the nuances of what it means to be a minority. Not all minorities have the same experiences of being marginalized. Many people who are oppressed, are oppressed on ...

12 02, 2015

Challenging the Kinsey Scale

February 12th, 2015|News|0 Comments

The LGBTQ+ community has made important strides in advancing the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* people. But the people who fall under that last bit of the acronym, the '+', may be getting left behind. The '+' in LGBTQ+ is often used to indicate other identities outside of LGBTQ. Expanded, the acronym is ...

15 01, 2015

The Interview: Public Miseducation

January 15th, 2015|Arts & Life|0 Comments

No movie in recent memory has been as controversial as The Interview. When the majority of chain movie theatres refused to show the Seth Rogen and James Franco movie about North Korea after the Sony scandal, many Americans were outraged, but perhaps for the wrong reason. Many people saw the decision not to release the ...