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Sharine Taylor

About Sharine Taylor

Sharine is in her final year pursuing a major in media studies and a double minor in sociology and political science. She's excited to lead The Underground team this year and is hoping the student body will be ready for some new Underground events. She enjoys writing, reading, listening to music, being an active member of the #BeyHive and binge-watching her favourite shows on Netflix. She's looking forward to gaining new leadeship experience and growing as a writer.
1 04, 2015

Let Your Difference Show at the EDO

April 1st, 2015|News|0 Comments

When talking about the best kind of government, Aristotle suggests the wisdom of the many. This refers to the idea of allowing people with varying wisdoms to have their input included in decision-making processes, ultimately bringing the wisdom of different bodies together and thus benefitting people as much as possible. This principle is the root ...

12 03, 2015

#WeAreUofT

March 12th, 2015|News|1 Comment

After working without contract since April 2014, Unit 1 of CUPE Local 3902 has gone on strike while having forwarded concessions that include a better funding package that exceeds their current $15,000 per annum. The current finance package is only guaranteed for four years while the members’ degree program takes up seven to eight years ...

26 02, 2015

42 Days of Disruption

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

This year’s Black History Month celebrations at UTSC have offered the student body culturally enriching and entertaining experiences, thanks to the collective effort of the African Student’s Association (ASA), Imani: Black Students’ Alliance, Jamaican Canadian Student Association and Caribbean Connections campus groups. With the common aim to remix and give birth to a new way ...

26 02, 2015

Catcalling

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

Last year an experimental video went viral, showcasing a young woman who spent ten hours walking around the streets of New York being catcalled on over 100 instances. The young woman, who had on a plain black t-shirt, a pair of jeans and a backpack, didn’t interact with any of the men who attempted to ...

26 02, 2015

Research on Campus: Social Inequality

February 26th, 2015|News, Research On Campus|0 Comments

“I’m Mexican but I migrated to the US when I was fairly young. My experiences as a migrant led me to want to think about questions of migration.” Professor Paloma Villegas, lecturer of sociology at UTSC and currently teaching a course on social inequality, shares that, since most of her research has been rooted in ...