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The Power of Information

The world produces mountains of data every day. A new U of T institute will help us make better sense of it all

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What If…

The U of T community helped build a more just, prosperous and sustainable world for all?

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Come From Away

These seven international students and alumni are among the thousands who contribute to scholarly and cultural life at U of T

Sara Seager, who has dark hair and is wearing a red coat, is in profile, peering through the eyepiece of a telescope

The Search for Another Earth

Astronomer Sara Seager believes there are other planets that support life. She’s dedicated much of her career to finding them

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Blurring the Blue Line

Student Rachel Bromberg and alum Asante Haughton are helping to create a response service for mental health crisis calls in Toronto that relies less on police

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The Extremism Machine

Online disinformation poses a danger to society. Researchers at U of T’s Citizen Lab are tracking it – and trying to figure out how to stop it

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Charting Hip Hop’s Course

Professor Mark V. Campbell grew up during the early years of rap music. Now, he is helping preserve Canadian hip-hop culture for future generations

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The Bridge Builders

How a visionary group of alumni helped forge a strong and lasting connection between U of T and Hong Kong

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A New Era in Medicine

How a historic $250-million gift to U of T will transform medical education–and improve patient care

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Taking a Stand

As these alumni have discovered, it takes courage to speak up for what you believe in

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Strange Bedfellows

A growing number of city-dwellers live in condos – and now high schools, theatres and daycares are taking up residence there, too, creating benefits for everyone

Students Quinn Underwood and Swarochish Goswami are working on a laptop while seated on a bench outdoors. Other students are sitting on grass in the background.

Welcoming the World

Canadians take pride in their model of multiculturalism. We need to remind ourselves of why it’s worked so well

A father with a suitcase holding an umbrella over himself and his son, both of them looking at a residential building

Home Truths

Toronto’s housing crunch affects many residents, but newcomers with few resources are especially vulnerable

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The Freedom to Learn

Toronto schools aim to provide a safe space for children, regardless of citizenship status. But there are flaws that need to be addressed

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Doing the Devil’s Work

The local bishop called her a heretic. The Criminal Code deemed her work illegal. But Dr. Elizabeth Bagshaw was more concerned with helping women at Canada’s first birth control centre

U of T Scarborough English professor Karina Vernon outside on a sunny day

A Lost Literature

Prof. Karina Vernon shares the untold stories of Black people on the Canadian Prairies

Roommates Catherine Finlayson, 61 (left) and 18-year old U of T student Zoe Butcher (right) are part of the Toronto HomeShare Pilot Project where university students are paired with senior-citizens who have a spare room in their homes. Students are expected to help out around the house doing chores and light housework in return for subsidized rent

Roomies with a Twist

A new home-sharing program is matching students with seniors to help them save on housing costs – and, just maybe, bond over Netflix

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Building Better Cities

How a global hub of urban thinkers could bring tangible improvements to the lives of millions of people

Wen-Do expert Arij Elmi stands in a playground

Wen-Do Warrior

Arij Elmi gained the courage to speak up against racist comments after studying self-defense. Now she teaches other women to do the same

U of T professor Nav Persaud

The High Price of Pills

More than two million Canadians don’t take their full dose of medications because of the cost. How can they be helped?

Priced Out of the Housing Market

Owning a home is becoming a fantasy for all but the wealthiest families. Better urban planning is part of the solution. Adjusting our expectations may be another

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Hope Floats

U of T alumna Kerri Sakamoto’s new novel explores racism, architecture – and how to “dream and dare”

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Enter the Dragon

Why did this U of T alum build a fire-breathing dragon bus? To go to Burning Man, of course!