A student-eye view of university life
Test your knowledge of all things U of T in honour of the university’s 190th anniversary on March 15!
How Tomi Poutanen is using artificial intelligence to help companies learn more about their customers’ preferences
Russell Morrison (1923 – 2016) was one of U of T’s most generous supporters. Through his giving, he strove to help students reach their full potential
A handy guide for cheering on the U of T alumni and students competing with the Canadian Olympic team: watch this page for schedules and results
Go sledding at UTSC, perform in the UC follies, paint the UTSU dome and much more!
U of T student club aims to convince the campus that eating bugs is healthy – for people and the planet
Spooky stories? Yes. Evidence of ghosts on campus? You be the judge
Four design proposals to revitalize King’s College Circle would eliminate cars, add trees and even create a pond outside Hart House
Cheer on the Canadian team and watch this page as we post results
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
U of T celebrates its 188th anniversary on Sunday, March 15. Here’s a chance to test your knowledge of all things U of T!
“We have lost a great and passionate Canadian who believed this country had much to offer a troubled world”
U of T often plays an Ivy League school in Hollywood. But it’s popular in horror and sci-fi films as well
Woo your Valentine with a romantic vista or a secluded paradise… all without leaving campus!
Hear all about the future of cities with U of T’s new podcasts
University also named tops in Canada in all disciplines
The newly opened Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport will be a boon for campus and community athletics
Student scientists at Astronomy Summer School learn how to design the instruments that show us the cosmos
What happens after life at U of T?
Stroll Philosopher’s Walk, peer through a telescope, hear the Gospel Choir and much more!
How did locking lips become the ultimate romantic gesture?
A U of T grad student has created a website where anyone can pose burning questions about astronomy – and receive an expert reply
Student Amy Chong wins a global contest with her “We Love U of T” slideshow
U of T computer science students win top honours at largest-ever Canadian university “hackathon”
The inaugural Toronto Science Festival, hosted by U of T, will feature leading scientists addressing fundamental questions about human existence
Prof. Michael Evans’ videos on health are viral sensations
Reality television comes to U of T as students vie for chance to compete in Big Brother-like show
A team of U of T students have won a 24-hour challenge to redesign the front entrance of Toronto’s central Y
With a little less than two years left to go, six third-year students share their hopes and fears for the future
Second-year student Patrick Simeon is crowned champion of Hart House’s tri-campus singing competition
In which God may or may not be Margaret Atwood
A bicycle that can exceed 110 km/h? U of T engineering students have designed and built one
Behind the scenes at the U of T lipdub video shoot
What six first-year students have to say about their experiences at U of T so far
Two U of T thinkers debate whether we can ever know what is truly “right” or “wrong”
Dating at university is supposed to be easy. But many of today’s U of T students find campus romance elusive. Enter Love@UofT, a new online matchmaker
U of T grad student Krister Shalm cut the rug to explain his thesis in the “Dance Your PhD” contest
Building your own formula race car? At university? How cool is that!
They’re smart, globally aware, tech savvy — and still a little nervous about starting at U of T
Iranian students and professors reflect on the future of their home country
For talented young opera singers, a four-week program in Italy is music to the ears
Computer engineering student Vincent Cheung’s photo software has become an Internet hit
A new campus group wants to send leftover books from college book sales to schools that could use them
Canadians feel no urgency to conserve water, but they should, says architecture prof
How did first-year student (and former tomboy) Anna Cunningham end up writing a fashion column online?
Are Internet protests as effective as real-world ones?
Architect Nader Tehrani talks about his company’s striking design for the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture
Students haven’t embraced electronic textbooks, but a rumoured device from Apple could change everything
Will student protests make a difference at the UN’s climate conference in Copenhagen?
As Toronto considers a ban on take-away cups, a Victoria College café is forging ahead on its own
Protesting the world’s blasphemy laws