Commuting in Toronto: an Analysis

Commuting in Toronto Analysis

By Ahnaf Ferdous

With a population of around 2.8 million people in Toronto proper, and 6 million across the GTA, there’s no question that Toronto is the most populous and one of the fastest growing cities in Canada; from 2011 to 2016, there was a 4.46% increase in population. During that same period, hardly any transit projects, service improvements or increases in road capacity Read More

Toronto Through Food

Is Unconditional Love Worth It?

Hong Shing

By Namya Syal

For the final issue of the year, I wanted to do something different with this column. I’ve written about the best places to get burritos, cheap eats, and Read More

By Hannah Bendig

Being in university can simultaneously be full of friends and great people, as well as being super lonely. Although classmates are helpful and life long friends can be made, many of us are still away from Read More

Social Services Engineering: an Interview with Prof. Mark Fox

A Letter To The Editor: Nepotism In SKULE

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By Zhenglin Liu

Throughout his career, Prof. Mark S. Fox has contributed to the creation of many academic units. In his early career, he was a founding member Read More

By Julia Filiplic

To the Editor,

I’m writing this letter in response to the recently published “Nepotism in Skule” article which, as most people are aware Read More

The Inside Perspective on Group Midterms

What Grinds My Gears: the Wankel Engine

Certificate in Forensic Engineering

By Andrew Uderian

One aspect of university all engineers experience is midterm tests and examinations. Generally, students tend to either be indifferent to these evaluations Read More

By Dale Gottlieb

Finally, I will write a ‘What Grinds My Gears’ article about something that actually contains gears. To me, the rotary engine is one of the greatest symbols of annoying Read More

By Hannah Bendig

In 2011, UofT Professor Doug Perovic started teaching the first-of-its-kind forensic engineering course in Canada. 6 years later, it has now developed into something Read More

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Commuting in Toronto: an Analysis
By Ahnaf Ferdous
Toronto Through Food
By Namya Syal
Social Services Engineering: an Interview with Prof. Mark Fox
By Zhenglin Liu
What Grinds My Gears: the Wankel Engine
By Dale Gottlieb
The Inside Perspective on Group Midterms
By Andrew Uderian