Power Walker

How lawyer Randy Pepper discovered that walking 100 km in 48 hours is a powerful way to raise funds.

Searching for Guan Yin

Sarah Truman travelled across China looking for the Bodhisattva of compassion. What she experienced was a change inside herself

A Most Decent Proposal

What started as a regular U of T alumni event for Jiyoung Park turned into something much, much more

U of T Idol

Second-year student Patrick Simeon is crowned champion of Hart House’s tri-campus singing competition

Who’s the Smartest of Them All?

Laura Suen, a recent U of T grad, placed second in the CBC show Canada’s Smartest Person

Photo courtesy of Jean-Guy Niquet

Master of Play

As director of Arkadium, Jean-Guy Niquet is diving into the fast-moving world of mobile games

Rob Ford, the Opera

In which God may or may not be Margaret Atwood

Urban Explorer

Urban Explorer

Torontoist editor Hamutal Dotan seeks out stories from the underground

Photo courtesy of Tasty Tours

The Sweetest Tour

Audrey Ooi leads a sampling of the world’s most interesting desserts in Toronto’s Kensington Market

Photo Courtesy of Vijaya Selvaraju

Diary of a Globetrotter

From India to Thailand, Vijaya Selvaraju has filmed her travel and culinary adventures

New Parliament Is U of T Blue

Grads elected in several conservative ridings, Liberal caucus is now one-fifth U of T alumni

Photo Courtesy of Massimo Volpe

Greasers versus Aliens

A Brooklyn turf war goes galactic, and a screenwriter goes to Cannes

Photo by Chris Thomaidis

Quidditch Craze

Harry Potter’s favourite sport is sweeping Canadian campuses

Quantum Physics: The Dance

U of T grad student Krister Shalm cut the rug to explain his thesis in the “Dance Your PhD” contest

Start Your Engines!

Building your own formula race car? At university? How cool is that!

Lighthouse on Land

In curating part of this year’s Nuit Blanche, visual studies prof Christof Migone looked for work that could be seen (or heard) from afar

The Green Revolution, One Year Later

Iranian students and professors reflect on the future of their home country

“You Are Your Own Microphone”

For talented young opera singers, a four-week program in Italy is music to the ears

Seuss Power!

Student group recruits talented young musicians to perform for children in hospitals

The Accidental CEO

Computer engineering student Vincent Cheung’s photo software has become an Internet hit

Author: Jane Bao