Paths to Peace

At a time of international tension, U of T scholars are leading the search for alternatives to terror and war

World at the Crossroads

A case for the rule of law

A Month in the Life

As the winds of war howled early this year, here are some ways that U of T faculty, staff and students kept the dialogue going

Road Test

Five U of T students get a lesson in civics, life and tolerance

The Next Internet

Behind the scenes, U of T researchers are finding ways to build a Net that’s not only more powerful, but a lot more human

Never Miss a Meeting Again

Researchers have developed a system that broadcasts audio, video and slides over the Web

Power to the People

A greater public say in government

An Internet for Everyone

Co-operating in research on technology, and finding innovation

Your U of T Health & Fitness Guide

What’s the truth about your health? Take it from the experts

Doyenne of Diversity

As U of T’s 31st chancellor, Senator Vivienne Poy will serve as the university’s ceremonial head – and as a unique role model for students

The Trouble with Scholars

…is that they insist on real data

Make a Difference

Why our faculty, staff and students care about the community

The Sex Diary of a Fly

U of T researchers study how flies age, and their ability to survive and mate, deteriorates

BRCA1 Gene and the Birth Control Pill

Oral contraceptives for five years or more may increase breast cancer risk

Winter Warm-up

Study points to climate change in Western Canada

Medieval Melodies

Finding the sound of lost medieval music

Service With a Smile

Smiling can improve your work life

The Exxon Factor

Reputations can carry weight over supporting data

New Solution for Blood Transfusions

Cell-free hemoglobin may be an option for patients otherwise opposed to transfusions

Two for the Rhodes

Trinity College students will peruse graduate studies at Oxford University in England

Memorial Design

Prof. Daniel Libeskind wins competition for redevelopment of the World Trade Center site


Random House of Canada Student Award in Writing and Order of Canada inductees

“Ontario’s Eve” Makes Bequest to Vic One

First female lieutenant-governor of both Ontario and Canada, leaves bequest to her alma mater

Old World, New Support

A.G. Rigg/Ontario Graduate Scholarship recognizes faculty member

MuchMore Sung

U of T degree taught alumna Hannah Sung to see all sides of a story

Master of the Molluscs

Patrick McMurray (PHE 1992) is the first Canadian to win the World Oyster Opening Championships


Alumni named to the Order of Canada and other honours

Medieval Merriment

Homecoming celebration for Poculi Ludique Societas members

Memorial Chair

A great debater is remembered at Hart House

Category: Spring 2003