A Tale of Two Rodeo Stars

Brendan Bowles explores the nature of friendship in his award-winning story

Literary Midwife

Eliza Reid helps writers deliver prose at her Iceland retreat

Portrait of a Serial Writer

By releasing his new book, chapter by chapter, online, author Hal Niedzviecki can interact with readers to learn what they like — and what they don’t

Memories of Gull Lake

Why learning to survey is an unforgettable experience for University of Toronto engineers

U of T’s Got That Swing

Dance-loving students hear the call of the jitterbug

21st-Century Law

A U of T grad is helping Ontario courts join the digital age

Beer Meister

When “hopportunity” knocked, John Gergesha’s chemistry degree made him a top draft choice for a beer tasting job.

In Vino Veritas

An anthropology degree adds depth to Adrian Marquez’s work as a sommelier

Buzzing about Bees

What’s the buzz around urban beekeeping? Gurushabd Khalsa tells all

Diplomatic Frontier

Mark McDowell is Canada’s first ambassador to Myanmar

Making Boardroom Equality a Reality

Rotman’s programs for women help bolster careers and leadership abilities

Of Mules and Men

Laura Clarke’s poetry wins her the RBC Bronwen Wallace Award

Rent Anything!

Many of us have valuable stuff we rarely use. Now you can rent it out, thanks to a peer-to-peer platform from grad Martin Wong that works just like Airbnb

A Do-It-Yourself Legal Kit?

Monica Goyal’s company helps people avoid hefty lawyer’s fees

Modern-Day Tintin

Much like the Belgian reporter, cinematographer Michael Boland has dodged peril and travelled the world to get a scoop

The Real Students of U of T

Reality television comes to U of T as students vie for chance to compete in Big Brother-like show

Hamlet 2.0

Writer Ryan North raised more than half-a-million dollars through social media to publish his Shakespeare-adventure book

Design on the Fly

A team of U of T students have won a 24-hour challenge to redesign the front entrance of Toronto’s central Y

Hello, My Name Is…

Tired of having her name mispronounced, Ritu Bhasin developed an app to address the problem

Photo by Bernada Gospic

Spontaneous Success

Learning to stay in the moment gave Madeleine Bisson the key to great improv acting – and to her first film role.

Author: Amy Stupavsky