After Hours

Campus life from dusk to dawn

Games of Chance

Math prof and amateur comic Jeffrey Rosenthal embraces randomness – both on stage and in class

How Much Are Drugs Worth?

A fledgling medical science attempts an answer

School of Jazz

For U of T Music students, it’s all about the passion and the desire to play

A Twist of Fate

Raymond Reilly was looking for a better way to diagnose breast cancer. Instead, he discovered a new way to treat it

Pinpoint Delivery

Professor Christine Allen uses nanotechnology to ensure cancer-fighting drugs get where they need to go

An Esthetic Marvel

The Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building doesn’t open till September, but it’s already turning heads

Beating the Odds

Drug researchers are helping to develop new weapons in the fight against cancer

Measuring Up

What university rankings do and don’t tell us

Outdoor Sweatshops

U of T geography professor Ken MacDonald is challenging unfair labour practices on the slopes of the Karakoram Mountains

Dinosaur’s “Duck Bill” Not Linked to Sense of Smell

PhD student reconstructs the brain and nasal cavity of the lambeosaur

The Politics of Suspicion

Ideas-oriented periodical explores the politics of suspicion in a post-9/11 world

Rinse May Identify Risk of Gum Disease

New oral rinse developed by Professor Michael Glogauer at University of Toronto’s Faculty of Dentistry

Heavenly Dance

“Gravitas: Portraits of a Universe in Motion.”

Placental Problems Linked to Heart Disease

U of T study led by Dr. Joel Ray of the department of medicine

Culinary Conquerors

Students compete in Sodexho challenge

Going Global

New undergraduate international-affairs magazine Globalist launches

A Way with Words

U of T students win the 2006 World University Debating Championship

Dial M for [murmur]

Using cellphones to make oral history come alive

Alumni Launch Campaign to Restore Convocation Hall

UTAA hopes its gift serves as a catalyst for other donations

Hats Off to Nurses

Bluma Appel’s donation will provide nursing students with infectious disease training

The Evolution of Medicine

Donation creates the Pauline M.H. Mazumdar Chair in the History of Medicine

Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies Receives $1 Million

Centre receives its largest donation since the undergraduate program was founded

Help for Scarborough Students

New UTSC scholarships support students interested in women’s issues

Renowned Scholar Joins Dentistry

Nobel Biocare Chair in Prosthodontics

Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You

Saturday Night Live creator remembers Hart House Theatre

Living off the Grid

Every day is Earth Day in the Ketchum’s custom-built sustainable home

Meet the President

Michael Deck takes the helm of the UTAA

On a Good Note

Composer James Rolfe wins $10,000 Ontario award

Sociology Alumni Unite

Sociology launches their Alumni Association at Spring Reunion

Instrument of War

First World War era Corona typewriter

Category: Spring 2006