Issue 21, March 1st, 2004
Party Time at UTM
The Blind Duck pub had a party atmosphere as students, including this one, gathered to celeberate Carribean culture. Full Story.
Shattered glass at UTM
Employees of UTM's Facility Resources had an above-average amount of broken glass to deal with last week after a bizarre series of incidents. A residence window smashed by a rock, a vending machine kicked by an angry student, and a car accident on Outer Circle Road were unrelated in occurrence but similar in result.

Election promises
For many jaded UTM students, student elections will go by unnoticed. Some may even go about their day without noticing the posters and pictures that are suddenly appearing on hallway walls and bulletin boards.

Reflection on a good deed done
Last Sunday, after attending mass, an unusual thing happened as I made my way home. I should probably start by saying that I am Roman Catholic, and like many other Catholics, I feel reluctant to go to church.
30th annual Snider lecture
Renowned oncologist and U of T professor, Dr. Robert Buckman, gave an enthusiastic and informed talk last Thursday for the 30th annual Snider lecture.

Balanced life lecture
Stressed out students had the opportunity to vent and deal with their frustrations at a lecture held at UTM Friday night. The lecture was entitled "Take Control of Your Life".

Residence council holds first AGM
According to UTM Residence Council members, residence students can rest assured knowing that their money has been well spent. At the beginning of the school year, a mandatory $20 fee was collected from all students living on campus to be allocated to finance the council. Copyright ©2004 Medium II Publications Inc. University of Toronto @ Mississauga. Printed copy available on campus. Updated every Monday during term. Best viewed with Internet Explorer 5.0 and above. Site design by Zarar Siddiqi.