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From Good to Great

23 ideas for building an even better Toronto

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A World-Leading “Cities” University

U of T’s new urban advisers will forge stronger links between university and city and expand opportunities for students

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Mobile City

As Toronto’s population grows, we will have to embrace alternatives to the car

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Diverse and Inclusive City

Diversity is one of Toronto’s great strengths, but we can do more to ensure some people aren’t left behind

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Co-operative and Productive City

There’s a wealth of knowledge within the university’s walls. It could be shared more often with municipal leaders

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Healthy City

How can we improve the health of some of the city’s most vulnerable residents?

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Smart and Creative City

There’s a wealth of innovative talent in Toronto. But we can do more to harness it effectively

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Sustainable City

Cities are more livable when they’re clean and green

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2015 Writing Contest Winners

Read all the winners, runners up and readers’ choice favourites in the U of T Magazine 2015 Writing Contest

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Man and Mana

Winner of the 2015 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest

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Winner of the 2015 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest

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Boxer’s Bargain

Winner of the 2015 U of T Magazine Flash Fiction Contest

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A Pilgrimage to Atalaia

Runner-up in the 2015 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest

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Somnolent Table

Runner-up and readers’ favourite in the 2015 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest

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Mary

Runner-up and readers’ favourite in the 2015 U of T Magazine Flash Fiction Contest

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The Boy on the Streetcar

Readers’ favourite in the 2015 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest

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The Toronto Biomedical Cluster

With U of T as its academic anchor, the region has emerged as a global hub of biomedical innovation

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Letters to the Editor

The extraordinary accomplishments of former U of T president John Evans, artificial intelligence and the importance of having time to think

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Regenerating the Body

U of T scientists will help usher in a new era of designing and creating cells, tissues and organs, thanks to historic $114-million federal grant

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Forward Momentum

Student Alex Harold is a champion fundraiser for muscular dystrophy

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Stories of Discovery

Five U of T students create winning SSHRC Storytellers videos

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Grande Changement

Three National Ballet dancers go from the barre to the books

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Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health

New Dalla Lana centre aims to improve health outcomes for aboriginal communities

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Finding Calm in Anxious Times

The Munk School’s new director seeks ways to answer some of humanity’s most nerve-wracking questions

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Munk School of Global Affairs Milestones

Timeline highlights philanthropist’s legacy in international studies

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New Centre to Fight Cancer

A U of T Mississauga team is tackling some of the most fatal forms of the disease

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Dance Like Everyone’s Watching

U of T mascot True Blue is a lovable critter with great moves

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Poll: How Many Times a Week Do You Exercise?

Half of U of T students get less than the 150 minutes a week that’s recommended

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We Lived

One hundred years on, poppies still blow in Flanders Fields

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Boundless Campaign Celebrates Record Year

Almost a quarter billion raised to support students, faculty, programs and infrastructure

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Blue is Golden — and Silver, and Bronze

U of T students and alumni win 15 medals at the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

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A Boost for Med School Diversity

A new course aims to get more black undergraduates on track for medical school by connecting them with Rhodes Scholar mentors

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Science Goes Social

Research2Reality, a new social media campaign, digests science for the public

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The Hidden Lives of Cells

Novel protein “map” developed at U of T could yield better treatments for many diseases

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Safe Passage

A student’s innovative rail car design would greatly reduce chances of an explosion

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Lingo: Hyperpalatable

Some foods are engineered to be so tasty they’re difficult to resist, says nutritional scientist Venket Rao

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Is Health a Human Right?

Recent cases in international law suggest the idea is gaining momentum

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Street Theatre

A design for the Gardiner Expressway illustrates how U of T students are reimagining Toronto

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Crazy Talk

Can we restore sanity and reason to politics?

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Loan Ranger

Online peer-to-peer lending company hopes to change how Canadians obtain loans

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The Medium and Her Message

Investigating attempts to communicate with the dead

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Engineering a Human Liver

Liver tissue created in a U of T lab could help reduce the time and cost of drug development

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Standing for Truth

Alumna Dana Wagner aims to keep politicians honest during the federal election campaign

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Tree Hugger

Geography grad creates a whole new way to see the UTM grounds

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Roadmap for Life

Camilla Gibb’s new book, This is Happy, reflects on past moments and intense grief and joy

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From Homework to Teamwork

For Anil Persaud and Cynthia Jairam-Persaud, meeting as first-years meant growing up together

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Cosmic Twins

Mercedes Richards unpacks an astronomical mystery

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Forging a Nation

Adrienne Alison’s sculpture on Parliament Hill shows how cooperation and diversity won the War of 1812

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Against Their Will

Being forced into marriage is an all-too-real nightmare for some Canadians

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Ninja Power!

Alumni nab deal with Playstation for video game N++

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Champion for Human Rights

Renu Mandhane will shape the province as Ontario’s newest Human Rights Commissioner

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At Canada’s Own Jurassic Park

George Jacob is fascinated with museums: and is heading the new Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Alberta

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono Rock Varsity Stadium

An iconic Toronto concert in 1969 heralded the breakup of the Beatles and the launch of new acts

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2015 Writing Contest Winners

Read all the winners, runners up and readers’ choice favourites in the U of T Magazine 2015 Writing Contest

recent post image

[untitled]

Winner of the 2015 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest

recent post image

From Good to Great

23 ideas for building an even better Toronto

recent post image

Man and Mana

Winner of the 2015 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest

recent post image

Standing for Truth

Alumna Dana Wagner aims to keep politicians honest during the federal election campaign

recent post image

Grande Changement

Three National Ballet dancers go from the barre to the books

recent post image

John Lennon and Yoko Ono Rock Varsity Stadium

An iconic Toronto concert in 1969 heralded the breakup of the Beatles and the launch of new acts

recent post image

Smart and Creative City

There’s a wealth of innovative talent in Toronto. But we can do more to harness it effectively

recent post image

The Toronto Biomedical Cluster

With U of T as its academic anchor, the region has emerged as a global hub of biomedical innovation

recent post image

Engineering a Human Liver

Liver tissue created in a U of T lab could help reduce the time and cost of drug development

recent post image

Finding Calm in Anxious Times

The Munk School’s new director seeks ways to answer some of humanity’s most nerve-wracking questions

recent post image

At Canada’s Own Jurassic Park

George Jacob is fascinated with museums: and is heading the new Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Alberta

recent post image

Against Their Will

Being forced into marriage is an all-too-real nightmare for some Canadians

recent post image

Mobile City

As Toronto’s population grows, we will have to embrace alternatives to the car

recent post image

The Boy on the Streetcar

Readers’ favourite in the 2015 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest

recent post image

Sustainable City

Cities are more livable when they’re clean and green

recent post image

A Pilgrimage to Atalaia

Runner-up in the 2015 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest

recent post image

Healthy City

How can we improve the health of some of the city’s most vulnerable residents?

recent post image

The Hidden Lives of Cells

Novel protein “map” developed at U of T could yield better treatments for many diseases

recent post image

Regenerating the Body

U of T scientists will help usher in a new era of designing and creating cells, tissues and organs, thanks to historic $114-million federal grant

recent post image

Dance Like Everyone’s Watching

U of T mascot True Blue is a lovable critter with great moves

recent post image

Forward Momentum

Student Alex Harold is a champion fundraiser for muscular dystrophy

recent post image

New Centre to Fight Cancer

A U of T Mississauga team is tackling some of the most fatal forms of the disease

recent post image

A Boost for Med School Diversity

A new course aims to get more black undergraduates on track for medical school by connecting them with Rhodes Scholar mentors

recent post image

Co-operative and Productive City

There’s a wealth of knowledge within the university’s walls. It could be shared more often with municipal leaders

recent post image

Ninja Power!

Alumni nab deal with Playstation for video game N++

recent post image

We Lived

One hundred years on, poppies still blow in Flanders Fields

recent post image

Street Theatre

A design for the Gardiner Expressway illustrates how U of T students are reimagining Toronto

recent post image

Letters to the Editor

The extraordinary accomplishments of former U of T president John Evans, artificial intelligence and the importance of having time to think

recent post image

Diverse and Inclusive City

Diversity is one of Toronto’s great strengths, but we can do more to ensure some people aren’t left behind

recent post image

A World-Leading “Cities” University

U of T’s new urban advisers will forge stronger links between university and city and expand opportunities for students

recent post image

Crazy Talk

Can we restore sanity and reason to politics?

recent post image

Boundless Campaign Celebrates Record Year

Almost a quarter billion raised to support students, faculty, programs and infrastructure

recent post image

Science Goes Social

Research2Reality, a new social media campaign, digests science for the public

recent post image

Boxer’s Bargain

Winner of the 2015 U of T Magazine Flash Fiction Contest

recent post image

Champion for Human Rights

Renu Mandhane will shape the province as Ontario’s newest Human Rights Commissioner

recent post image

Loan Ranger

Online peer-to-peer lending company hopes to change how Canadians obtain loans

recent post image

Cosmic Twins

Mercedes Richards unpacks an astronomical mystery

recent post image

From Homework to Teamwork

For Anil Persaud and Cynthia Jairam-Persaud, meeting as first-years meant growing up together

recent post image

Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health

New Dalla Lana centre aims to improve health outcomes for aboriginal communities

recent post image

Munk School of Global Affairs Milestones

Timeline highlights philanthropist’s legacy in international studies

recent post image

Forging a Nation

Adrienne Alison’s sculpture on Parliament Hill shows how cooperation and diversity won the War of 1812

recent post image

Roadmap for Life

Camilla Gibb’s new book, This is Happy, reflects on past moments and intense grief and joy

recent post image

Poll: How Many Times a Week Do You Exercise?

Half of U of T students get less than the 150 minutes a week that’s recommended

recent post image

Is Health a Human Right?

Recent cases in international law suggest the idea is gaining momentum

recent post image

The Medium and Her Message

Investigating attempts to communicate with the dead

recent post image

Somnolent Table

Runner-up and readers’ favourite in the 2015 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest

recent post image

Mary

Runner-up and readers’ favourite in the 2015 U of T Magazine Flash Fiction Contest

recent post image

Tree Hugger

Geography grad creates a whole new way to see the UTM grounds

recent post image

Stories of Discovery

Five U of T students create winning SSHRC Storytellers videos

recent post image

Blue is Golden — and Silver, and Bronze

U of T students and alumni win 15 medals at the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

recent post image

Safe Passage

A student’s innovative rail car design would greatly reduce chances of an explosion

recent post image

Lingo: Hyperpalatable

Some foods are engineered to be so tasty they’re difficult to resist, says nutritional scientist Venket Rao

Category: Autumn 2015