A Cleaner Future

Just how close are we?

Fields of Gold

Chemist David Boocock has developed a clean-burning fuel from organic waste

Hydrogen Village

Pierre Rivard imagines an “Internet of energy” on Toronto’s Port Lands

U of T Aims to Meet Kyoto Targets

Sustainability Office will spearhead greenhouse gas reduction plan

Seeking the Divine

Toronto’s poet laureate rediscovered poetry through prayer

Miracle at Sick Kids

Zimbabwean twins Tinashe and Tinotenda Mufuka were born conjoined. A marvel of international co-operation brought them apart

Bright Prospects

A new administration heralds the start of a new era for U of T

The Evolution of an Idea

Reinventing the automobile

The Awful Tooth

Dental injury prevalent among young people, study finds

Songs of Love and Haiti

15-CD project captures sounds of Caribbean nation

Rehabilitation for Stroke Victims

Innovative treatment helps foster movement in arms and hands

Emotional Welfare

Ontario’s social assistance program too complicated, impersonal, study suggests

Learning Lessons from 9/11

Canada needs a long-term strategy to combat terrorism, prof says

Tommy, Can You Hear Me?

Majority of concert-goers aware of risk of hearing damage, study finds

Give Us a (Tax) Break!

Prof advocates eliminating corporate tax to spur investment by Canadian companies

Our Next Leader

Dr. David Naylor, dean of the Faculty of Medicine, is U of T’s 15th president

Athletic Centre North

A redeveloped Varsity Stadium would include new track, 5,000-seat stadium and bubble

Can a Bank Change (the World)?

Financial institutions that issue “micro-loans” are changing millions of lives in the developing world

U of T Rallies to Help Blind Student

Fire destroyed Neena Saloiya’s apartment

Sunday School

Members of the public debate the big questions at “Philosophy Cafe”

English Prof wins Killam Prize

Bruce Kidd and professor Roberto Abraham among other recent award winners

Portrait of a Master

Artist paints tribute to literary theorist Northrop Frye

You Say Tomato…

Retiring linguistics prof identified unique characteristics of Canadian speech

Restoring One Spadina

$1-million gift from a Toronto businessman will help create a state-of-the-art academic facility

Heart and Soul

$1-million gift in honour of bank chairman will support scholarships at Rotman

Journey of a Lifetime

Bequest will fund annual lecture at Joint Centre for Bioethics

Beating Kidney Disease

Endowed chairs in nephrology aim to improve lives of two million Canadians affected by kidney disease

The Case of the Generous Mystery Writer

Author donates her manuscripts to Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

It’s Never Too Late

76-year-old grad receives doctorate, establishes award in Italian Studies

The Spirit of Sacrifice

Award is granted annually to a female Innis student who contributes the most to the community

Around the World at 80 Years

Daphne Schiff earned her pilot’s license in 1970 at the age of 46 and has flown in so many races that she’s lost count

They Say They Want a Revolution

Internet organization assists young social activists

Alumni Named Women of Distinction

Honorees include champion of women’s equality in the church

Time Traveller

14th-century helmet was worn by Turkish archer

Vuk Stambolic

Scientist is investigating a gene that might suppress tumour formation

Category: Summer 2005