Animal Instincts

The evolution of zoology. From an ex-minister who denounced Darwin to today’s research juggernaut, zoology at U of T has come a long way in 150 years. And just look where it’s going now

Fighting Words

Hart House debating has prepared generations of U of T students for the rigours of academe, politics, and the law. More important, it reassures anxious frosh that it’s cool to be smart

Hal Jackman’s Gift to Last

As our 30th chancellor concludes his term, his one-of-a-kind contribution will live on

The Finnish Connection

Begun in the aftermath of war, U of T’s oldest student exchange is just the ticket for 21st-century learning


He’s snapped Victoria’s Secret models and Hollywood celebs. So why has hot New York photographer Richard Phibbs turned serious?

Building for the Future

Our new construction boom is driven by higher enrolment, sound planning and real needs

Making You Proud

How we’re retooling this magazine to make it yours

Analyzing Freud and African Literature

Applying key concepts of Western psychoanalysis to the prose and journalism of Africa

Evolutionary News

Different physical traits discovered between sexes of the same prehistoric species

Anemia Bleeds Developing Economies

Calculating the economic impact of iron deficiency

The Changing Shape of Software

ShapeTape software could help design and refine 3-D models

A Prescription for ER Overcrowding

Study measures overcrowding in hospital emergency rooms

Redefining Riches

Theology professor explores why people in countries with struggling economies often seem happier

Premature Births Linked to Dieting

Undernutrition could have an impact on development

New Residence Promises Multiple Benefits

Building community: donors Russell and Katherine Morrison

Model Critiques

Legendary architects Frank Gehry and Daniel Libeskind review graduate student designs

Corus of Support

New Chair in Communications Strategy supported by Corus Entertainment

Memorial Fund Will Aid Disabled Students

Adaptive Technology Resource Centre at Robarts Library remembers friend and colleague

To Baldly Go…

Scarborough campus students go bald to raise money for cancer research

Plummer, Egoyan Receive Honorary Degrees

Honorary degree recipients and other awards and honours

UC @ 150

University College celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2003. Here’s how U of T’s founding college got started and is still growing

Global Village

Once a private residence, Cumberland House is now a thriving social centre for almost 4,000 international students

Independence Day

The Independent Weekly celebrates 25 years

Maritime Men

Two U of T alumni are putting their nautical know-how to work international waters

Director of Diversity

Countering discrimination and fostering dialogue between groups in conflict

Celebrating Student Leaders

10th anniversary of the Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards

175th Anniversary Gala

U of T celebrates 175 years


Alumni Association Awards of Excellence, Northrop Frye Awards and other alumni recognitions

On Guard

The University College gryphon

Category: Summer 2003