Uncovering UTMIA: A deep dive into ‘Men’s Issues Awareness at the University of Toronto’

It’s 7 PM as I’m sitting in the Banting Building, Room 131, being jolted by screeching microphone feedback as four men stand behind me, looking on. The event is “Prosecuting Sexual Assault: Should you hear it all?”, and the event organizer, Ed Sullivan, sternly addresses the crowd by noting that U of T’s policies for…

An Issue of Perceptions: The closure of Whittamore’s Farm emphasizes the need to connect the urban and the rural

Whittamore’s Farm is a 330-acre vegetable and fruit farm located just outside Toronto’s eastern boundary. On a typical autumn Saturday morning, the farm’s indoor market is busy with suburban families purchasing fresh Ontario produce and homemade pies, and the adjacent ‘fun yard’ is filled with toddlers, teens, and adults taking selfies among pumpkin patches and…

Your TIFF Recommendations

ROBYN BACON, 21, Cinema Studies Major DOWNSIZING “I think it looks interesting because comedies often don’t grace TIFF. Especially ones as zany and different as this one. We need comedy that provides social commentary on things that are relevant in society today (example: people using too many natural resources aka what the film is about). The director…