A Mystery Intruder at UTM?

A new mobile game helps orient first-year students to the Mississauga campus

Luella Massey Studio Theatre

A tribute to a much beloved administrator

The Enduring Relevance of the Humanities

They open our minds to the world – and the possibilities – around us

Blasts from the Past

Fascinating characters populate a new history of the Faculty of Arts and Science at U of T

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Status: Indian

Jeff Dupuis writes a poetic commentary on Aboriginal Affairs

Photo by Nicola Betts

A Vision for Tomorrow

Victoria University, the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Tanz Centre recently launched their own campaigns

Photo by Derek Shapton

A Faculty Looks Ahead

Arts and Science proposal would enhance undergraduate learning and eliminate deficit, says dean

(Photo by Evan Dion)

Road Thrill

Art profs create a sparkling underside to the Gardiner Expressway

Hal Jackman Doubles Gift to the Humanities

Largest commitment ever by an individual to the humanities at a Canadian university

$3.5-Million Gift to Economics

Fortune-building Ira Gluskin honours father, Max

The Evolution of Medicine

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

Restoring One Spadina

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

Keeping the Faith

In a time of tight budgets, U of T’s Jewish Studies program succeeds by combining faith, scholarship and private funding

The African-Canadian Experience

George Elliott Clarke explores the African-Canadian experience in a new collection of essays

Defending the Arts

Chancellor Hal Jackman helps create $45-million endowment for the humanities and social sciences

Brave New Worlds

In the fresh vocabulary for teaching the humanities, the old must mix with the new

Keren Rice

Rice’s research has led to mapping out Dene grammar, a learned book on Athapaskan verbs and a training program for native teachers in Dene languages

George Elliott Clarke

Our expanded view of literature

Derek Penslar

“Look at the Jewish history books on my shelves written in the prewar period. Tremendous erudition, but encased in a mythological framework so thick that it severely limits their usefulness”

Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux

Pérez-Leroux wants to break down prejudices about bilingualism. She notes that some immigrants, sadly, do not pass their native language on to their children

1 Degree = 20 Credits

Governing Council votes to eliminate the three-year A&S undergraduate degree

The Thousand-Year Itch

How do you get 10 scholars to wax anything but bored about the millennium? Scratch the surface of the Y2K hype and ask them to predict the future of their fields

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