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Keeping empty promises for 2013

It’s the start of a new year which of course means many of you will (once again) be making resolutions. Making them is the easy part but keeping them is a totally different story....

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U of T’s Top 10 Stories of 2012!

From Facebook to gold medals, students, faculty members, and alumni made UofT proud with their achievements this past year. Their stories transcended the boundaries of the school and made international headlines.  The university posteda...

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The Young Entrepreneurs Challenge 2013

It’s a brand new year, and with a new year comes brand new OPPORTUNITIES! The YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CHALLENGE 2013 features TED speaker Stéfan Danis, speakers from Yahoo! Canada, Microsoft Canada, Deloitte & Touche, and...

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How an introvert caught the attention of millions

A video on YouTube has received over 1 million views since it was uploaded on November 27, 2012. No, there are no cute kittens, celebrity appearances or epic meals. Instead there is a man’s...

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Insights on Responsive Design

By: Sameer Rawjee Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the FITC Spotlight on Responsive Design conference. FITC, which stands for Future. Innovation. Technology. Creativity,’ is a company that organizes events worldwide that are...

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The art of chilling out during exam period

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — sarcasm intended. As of right now, most of you are pulling all nighters at the library or reading frantically in your room that’s cluttered with...

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Freeze Mob for Gaza Sparks Awareness at UTM

By: Andrea Luc and Rolla Bahsous While we are exposed to thousands of articles, reports, Facebook posts, and other outlets of news coverage on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, especially with the latest bloodshed in Gaza,...

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Rebuilding U of T’s Past Online

There’s a specific reason why we chose to become students at the University of Toronto. It may be that the school ranks in the top 30 of the world’s best universities by Shanghai Jiao Tong....

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Wrecking ‘Wreck It Ralph’

For anyone who took the course CCT210, “Signs, Referents, and Meanings,” you now have the (unfortunate) ability to analyze every single sign or symbol critically. Yes, this may seem useful, even a bit impressive...

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Bisexuality and James Bond in ‘Skyfall’

‘Skyfall,’ the newest James Bond movie was nothing short of spectacular. It had everything a James Bond movie should have: gorgeous women, lots of explosions, and some seriously wicked tailored suits. But something that...