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Climate Strikes Will Only Be Taken Seriously if We Are Serious

Photo Credit: Aloysius Wong, Photo Editor Sexual posters at the Toronto climate strike took away from its message Abdul Ali,...
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Commitments to Community Mental Health from City Council to Ontario — But Not (Yet) from U of T

Commitments to Community Mental Health from City Council to Ontario — But Not (Yet) from U of T

Photo Credit: Aloysius Wong World Mental Health Day sees the beginning of commitments to mental health supports and initiatives Trigger...
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You Are Not Alone

Photo Credit: Brannon Naito How the Loneliness Epidemic affects all of us — and how we can overcome it  Sabrina...
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U of T Students Take Part in Global Climate Strike 

U of T Students Take Part in Global Climate Strike 

Photo Credit: Aloysius Wong, Photo Editor Schools across the GTA strike for climate change, but more needs to be done...
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Songs to Get You Through Midterms

Photo Credit: Amal Khan, Illustrations Editor An exam survival playlist Mahum Masroor, The Mike Contributor "Don’t Worry Be Happy" —...
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