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What are the memorable moments of UTM? Over the past 50 years countless memories have been created, each one leaving an impression on the cultural and physical landscape of the campus. Read through the memories of our past 50 years below.

It was 50 years ago today

29 Sep 2017 - 11:31am
Ken Luckhurst and Ishveer Malhi walk through CCT

When U of T Mississauga first opened, deer and rabbits easily outnumbered the beautiful woodland campus’s 155 students.

Summertime Smarti Gras: The Smartest and Sweetest Research Celebration of the Season

17 Aug 2017 - 3:37am
U of T Mississauga undergraduate students were fêted to honour their efforts over the summer months.

'How far afield?' examines the landscape and living things

25 Jul 2017 - 3:24pm
'How far afield?' examines the landscape and living things

It’s best seen from the upper floors of the library. In giant block letters, flagged out and mowed into the grass outside the CCT connector, you’ll find the phrase: “It takes work to get the natural look.” The intervention by Chloé Roubert and Gemma Savio was originally produced on the lawn of the Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany — a temple to Modernist design, if there were one.

Wendat Pottery Workshop

24 May 2017 - 4:22pm
Wendat Pottery Workshop, participants standing in a circle watching demonstration of pottery making

Faculty, undergraduate and graduate students from both the Mississauga and St. George campuses came together May 17, 2017 with Six Nations community members to watch and learn about Indigenous pottery making and storytelling.

“To see the UTM academic community and First Nations people come together for a day of celebrating and learning of traditional practices, led by a highly experience potter and his student, was a truly incredible experience,” said event organizer Steven Dorland, a PhD candidate in Anthropology at UTM.