All stories by this author Scott Anderson
10 tips from some of Canada’s top entrepreneurs
How much do U of T alumni contribute to Toronto, Canada and the world?
Daniels students’ projects find new uses for the the city’s neglected river valleys
Donald Trump’s presidency is raising the risk of violent conflict among the world’s great powers
Two U of T entrepreneurs are offering DNA tests to help singles connect and couples stay together
The design of the Jackman Law Building reflects the need for creative, collaborative spaces for both students and faculty
Shafique Virani spoke powerfully against Islamophobia at a recent TEDx Talk. The key to countering it, he says, is education
How do we restore trust between minority communities and police?
A simple U of T innovation could help prevent burns among millions of children in developing countries
Alumna Mavis Himes delves into the hidden meanings and social weight of what we call ourselves
PhD student Justin Kim is working on intelligent “swarming” robots that could one day help rescue earthquake survivors and explore other planets
Stereotype or archetype? Actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee talks about the biggest role of his career
U of T’s Faculty of Forestry is teaching Torontonians how to care for one of the city’s most valuable resources – its trees
New feedback tools from engineering will help students home in on weaknesses – and strengths
How should companies respond to technological disruption?
Understanding how we learn and make memories will lead to better treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, says Brain Prize winner Graham Collingridge
Prof. Elspeth Brown is interviewing partners of trans people as part of a project to record the stories of LGBTQ people
Meet six U of T alumni, faculty and staff members whose stars are shining brightly on social media
Jonathan Sun tweets funny and heartfelt observations about what it means to be a 21st-century human
Does Drake go to U of T Scarborough? This Instagrammer imagines that he does
Graphic designer Joe Silveira zooms in on textures, patterns and colours
Video mimic Yani Macute takes pop star fandom to the next level
A Faculty of Music alum reimagines an iconic view of U of T
New honorific is for people who don’t want to reveal their gender
Where gangs rule, hip hop is a strongly positive force for youth, study finds
Hykso creates wearable tech for boxing
U of T prof’s designs let campers sleep over wetlands or high among trees
The celebratory weekend featured telescope demos, stress-free degrees and blue skies
Go sledding at UTSC, perform in the UC follies, paint the UTSU dome and much more!
Will the Paris climate accord succeed where Kyoto didn’t?
U of T is now home to the world’s largest digitized collection of Soviet samizdat journals
Test your knowledge of all things U of T in honour of the university’s 189th anniversary on Tuesday, March 15
Irwin Adam Eydelnant blends his love of food with an advanced science degree and entrepreneurial outlook to come up with a completely new kind of work
What can be done about the global migrant crisis?
You’ve heard of burlesque? Now, there’s nerdlesque
An innovative blend of research and theatre is enabling scientists to reduce the stigma around a distressing disease
U of T student club aims to convince the campus that eating bugs is healthy – for people and the planet
23 ideas for building an even better Toronto
As Toronto’s population grows, we will have to embrace alternatives to the car
Diversity is one of Toronto’s great strengths, but we can do more to ensure some people aren’t left behind
How can we improve the health of some of the city’s most vulnerable residents?
Read all the winners, runners up and readers’ choice favourites in the U of T Magazine 2015 Writing Contest
The Munk School’s new director seeks ways to answer some of humanity’s most nerve-wracking questions
A design for the Gardiner Expressway illustrates how U of T students are reimagining Toronto
Can we restore sanity and reason to politics?
Investigating attempts to communicate with the dead
Alumni nab deal with Playstation for video game N++
How Pan Am athlete Kate Sauks went from rowing newbie to medallist in just five years
Benjamin Dillenburger uses computers and 3D printers to create structures that are impossible to draw and almost impossible to imagine
Graduation is just the beginning
With the Toronto Poetry Map, a U of T English professor and Toronto Public Library unveil a whole new way to view the city
The university’s scholars are collaborating with partners in every region of the globe to answer questions that challenge us all
A U of T grad’s paper-thin lamp technology could revolutionize the lighting industry
Museum Studies grad Jake Paleczny comes up with fun ways for visitors to learn about the moose, elk and other animals that make up the “living collection” at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve
Daniel Kukla’s camera discovers an otherworldly Arctic
U of T’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work celebrates its centennial
It was another great year for UofT on the international university rankings the past fall
“In my experience there is no more effective cause than a university scholarship,” says entrepreneur and donor David Scrymgeour
In India, urban renewal schemes and corruption have created a violent economy around the demolition of apartment buildings
There really are things that go bump in the lab