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The New Freedom Fighters

Will the Internet help bring democracy to Iran? Professor Ron Deibert and the Citizen Lab champion free speech and human rights online

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The Troublemaker

Ron Deibert’s inclination to thumb his nose at authority started young

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Act of Defiance

In her new book, Denise Chong profiles one of the men who, 20 years ago, dared to lob eggs at a portrait of Mao. As Western businesses vie for access to Chinese markets, do such political gestures still matter?

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A World of Opportunity

Spending a term abroad used to be considered an expensive frill. Now many students see it as their key to a rewarding career

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U of T’s Unique Advantages

Our size and global reach offer undergrads unrivalled opportunities

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Letters to the Editor

Comments from readers about U of T’s queer history, rationality, the ongoing struggle in Afghanistan and academic integrity

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Follow the Green Path

University of Toronto Scarborough program helps students from China adapt to a new culture

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Poetic Justice

A.F. Moritz takes home the Griffin Prize for The Sentinel

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The Campus Guide to Architecture

New book by former architecture dean offers stunning photos of the University of Toronto’s three campuses

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Redemption Songs

U of T’s Gospel Choir gives the closing performance at the Toronto Jazz Festival

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Buddhism and the Brain

Foundation gives $1.8 million to innovative New College program

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Pole Star

Top-ranked pole vaulter Jason Wurster hits the European circuit

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World-Class Scientists Unite

In October, U of T will host the Gairdner symposium, featuring the world’s top medical researchers

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Revelations from Qumran

Ancient peoples may have viewed the Dead Sea scrolls much as we see the web – fluid, social and open to change

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The Future of Regent Park

Will low-income tenants benefit from the neighbourhood’s redevelopment?

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Idaho Stop

Idaho lingo for slow down and yield

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Computer Vision

Want to know where an unidentified picture was taken? A computer program being developed at U of T can help

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Africentric Schools

Professor George Dei says parents of black children have been concerned for 30 years that the Toronto school system is not serving their children. “It was time to try a new approach.”

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Aquabot

Engineering students build a robotic “submarine”

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Exit Strategy

This fall, the City of Toronto will test a U of T program that offers youths alternatives to gang life

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Spy Games

Actor Nazneen Contractor enters 24’s world of espionage

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The Boy in the Moon

Journalist Ian Brown offers a profoundly honest portrayal of life as a parent of a disabled child

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Meet Your New Alumni Governors

William Crothers and John Switzer join U of T’s senior governing body

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Architecture’s New Frontier

U of T architecture grads submit designs for Inner Mongolian cultural district

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Breaking the Cycle

The City of Toronto is not doing enough to make the streets safe for cyclists

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60 Seconds with Hal Niedzviecki

“The more we entertain ourselves by looking at other people’s lives, the less we connect to them as human beings”

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Milestones

Eleven U of T alumni and faculty named to the Order of Canada

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Melanie Moore and Brad Tapson

“Sometimes Brad plays his guitar, I play the piano and we sing together. I swear, we’ll wind up being the von Trapp family someday.”

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That’s One Way to Chop Lettuce…

Astrophysics-and-math grad Aidan Koper’s latest stunt dazzles Ellen audience

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Character Builders

Dedicated craftsmen carved the majestic entrance to University College

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Africentric Schools

Professor George Dei says parents of black children have been concerned for 30 years that the Toronto school system is not serving their children. “It was time to try a new approach.”

recent post image

The New Freedom Fighters

Will the Internet help bring democracy to Iran? Professor Ron Deibert and the Citizen Lab champion free speech and human rights online

recent post image

Spy Games

Actor Nazneen Contractor enters 24’s world of espionage

recent post image

Exit Strategy

This fall, the City of Toronto will test a U of T program that offers youths alternatives to gang life

recent post image

The Future of Regent Park

Will low-income tenants benefit from the neighbourhood’s redevelopment?

recent post image

The Campus Guide to Architecture

New book by former architecture dean offers stunning photos of the University of Toronto’s three campuses

recent post image

Breaking the Cycle

The City of Toronto is not doing enough to make the streets safe for cyclists

recent post image

Computer Vision

Want to know where an unidentified picture was taken? A computer program being developed at U of T can help

recent post image

A World of Opportunity

Spending a term abroad used to be considered an expensive frill. Now many students see it as their key to a rewarding career

recent post image

Act of Defiance

In her new book, Denise Chong profiles one of the men who, 20 years ago, dared to lob eggs at a portrait of Mao. As Western businesses vie for access to Chinese markets, do such political gestures still matter?

recent post image

Redemption Songs

U of T’s Gospel Choir gives the closing performance at the Toronto Jazz Festival

recent post image

U of T’s Unique Advantages

Our size and global reach offer undergrads unrivalled opportunities

recent post image

Architecture’s New Frontier

U of T architecture grads submit designs for Inner Mongolian cultural district

recent post image

The Boy in the Moon

Journalist Ian Brown offers a profoundly honest portrayal of life as a parent of a disabled child

recent post image

Pole Star

Top-ranked pole vaulter Jason Wurster hits the European circuit

recent post image

Revelations from Qumran

Ancient peoples may have viewed the Dead Sea scrolls much as we see the web – fluid, social and open to change

recent post image

Character Builders

Dedicated craftsmen carved the majestic entrance to University College

recent post image

Letters to the Editor

Comments from readers about U of T’s queer history, rationality, the ongoing struggle in Afghanistan and academic integrity

recent post image

Buddhism and the Brain

Foundation gives $1.8 million to innovative New College program

recent post image

Follow the Green Path

University of Toronto Scarborough program helps students from China adapt to a new culture

recent post image

60 Seconds with Hal Niedzviecki

“The more we entertain ourselves by looking at other people’s lives, the less we connect to them as human beings”

recent post image

Meet Your New Alumni Governors

William Crothers and John Switzer join U of T’s senior governing body

recent post image

Aquabot

Engineering students build a robotic “submarine”

recent post image

Melanie Moore and Brad Tapson

“Sometimes Brad plays his guitar, I play the piano and we sing together. I swear, we’ll wind up being the von Trapp family someday.”

recent post image

World-Class Scientists Unite

In October, U of T will host the Gairdner symposium, featuring the world’s top medical researchers

recent post image

The Troublemaker

Ron Deibert’s inclination to thumb his nose at authority started young

recent post image

Poetic Justice

A.F. Moritz takes home the Griffin Prize for The Sentinel

recent post image

Idaho Stop

Idaho lingo for slow down and yield

recent post image

That’s One Way to Chop Lettuce…

Astrophysics-and-math grad Aidan Koper’s latest stunt dazzles Ellen audience

recent post image

Milestones

Eleven U of T alumni and faculty named to the Order of Canada

Category: Autumn 2009