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Zarin Tasnim

About Zarin Tasnim

Zarin is third year student completing a double major in social anthropology and human biology. If there were one word she would use to describe herself, it would be “introspective”. She believes that experiences shape the person that we become, so regular self-reflection, whether it’s on a bus ride or through writing in her journal, is a must. When she isn’t caught marathoning Law and Order: SVU or frantically taking notes for her classes, she can be seen reading books or covered in acrylic paint from an impromptu art session. She’s looking forward to gaining knowledge as an editor and spending quality time with the awesome team at The Underground.
6 04, 2017

Allyship 101

April 6th, 2017|Arts & Life|0 Comments

What does it mean to be an ally, and what the are do’s and don'ts?

10 01, 2017

Dismantling the Pedagogical Academic Space: A Discussion on Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Training

January 10th, 2017|Arts & Life, Feature|0 Comments

A critical look at the power dynamics in the academic space and the existing within hierarchies that might do more harm than good.

11 10, 2016

The Misuse and Desensitization of Words

October 11th, 2016|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Check your vocabulary - there’s more to the words you use than meets the eye.

6 10, 2016

The Underground At TIFF

October 6th, 2016|Feature|0 Comments

The Underground takes on TIFF: Honing in on diverse narratives, perspectives, and issues.

26 09, 2016

The Unromanticized Reality of Self-Care

September 26th, 2016|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Stress can be defined in many different ways. For the purpose of this article, I will define stress as the body’s response to a real or imagined situation. For our ancestors, a defence mechanism used for survival; for university students, a never ending battle; for those starting yet another year at UTSC, stress is welcomed ...