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Greener Pastures

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Love Yourself First

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There Is No Magic Formula When Quitting an Addiction

By 28, I’d been arrested, convicted and kicked out of grad school. But it took me another two years to end my love affair with drugs

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When Getting a Job Is Mission Impossible

Laws to end workplace discrimination against people with disabilities have mostly failed to boost employment. Sociologist David Pettinicchio wants to know why

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Learning Together

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Most people retire from higher education after a maximum of three degrees. Lorne Bozinoff went for eight

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Michael Tan believes that Torontohenge makes even the most mundane objects seem magical – and uses gummy bears to prove it

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The Flying Photographer

89-year-old Lou Wise has dedicated much of his life to shooting images of the Earth from above

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Different but Equal

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Melanie Moore and Brad Tapson

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Kieran Hayward

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Brigid Elson’s poem placed second in U of T Magazine’s Alumni Short Story and Poetry Contest

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Good Eggs

Maliha Chishti, Bhante Saranapala, Jim O’Mara, Lesra Martin, Bindu Dhaliwal and Duff Conacher

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Love Yourself First

How do you foster greater self-worth and, in turn, help others? Nurture your inner foundation, says author and U of T alum Renu Persaud

recent post image

Greener Pastures

Can a simple high-tech tool for farmers boost crop yields in developing countries?

recent post image

Different but Equal

Toronto parents can choose to send their children to a variety of specialized schools. But is it possible to have too much choice in alternative education?

recent post image

Kieran Hayward

“My dream is to be one of the inspired citizens who shape Toronto for the better”

recent post image

Street-Smart Nurse

Cathy Crowe fights for the health needs of the homeless

recent post image

How Do You Talk To Kids About Sex? There’s An App For That…

Child psychologist Jillian Roberts creates an age-appropriate way to educate children aged four to eight about their bodies

recent post image

Eight Degrees of Education

Most people retire from higher education after a maximum of three degrees. Lorne Bozinoff went for eight

recent post image

Melanie Moore and Brad Tapson

“Sometimes Brad plays his guitar, I play the piano and we sing together. I swear, we’ll wind up being the von Trapp family someday.”

Photo by Lou Wise" alt="recent post image">

The Flying Photographer

89-year-old Lou Wise has dedicated much of his life to shooting images of the Earth from above

recent post image

Iron Granny

Louise McGonigal is a two time half-Ironman champion

recent post image

Good Eggs

Maliha Chishti, Bhante Saranapala, Jim O’Mara, Lesra Martin, Bindu Dhaliwal and Duff Conacher

recent post image

Eyeing the Prize

Michael Tan believes that Torontohenge makes even the most mundane objects seem magical – and uses gummy bears to prove it

recent post image

Of Schumann and Sheep Skulls

Martin Kofsky’s story placed second in U of T Magazine’s Alumni Short Story and Poetry contest

recent post image

Leave No One Behind

Avis Glaze fights for the kids who struggle in class

recent post image

France August 1992

Brigid Elson’s poem placed second in U of T Magazine’s Alumni Short Story and Poetry Contest

recent post image

Hunting for Gold

Victoria Nolan is dubbed “The Metronome” for her ability to row perfectly in synch with her teammates

recent post image

At the War Memorial

Britta Elmberg writes about the losses incurred by war

recent post image

In Memoriam: Roxana Ng

Roxana Ng’s focus on human rights and social justice shaped the field of immigration studies

recent post image

So You Want to Build a Startup?

10 tips from some of Canada’s top entrepreneurs

recent post image

A Polar Mystery Solved

A big piece in the puzzle of the lost Franklin ships has been found

recent post image

Learning Together

For Jim and Sheila Latimer of Wasaga Beach, Ontario, a shared commitment to education helped cement their five-decade bond

recent post image

Letters to the Editor

The impact of cyberbullying, remembering the First World War and the pros and cons of university differentiation

recent post image

The Two of Us

For Donald and Hana Nute, home straddles two different worlds.

recent post image

“My Education Enabled Me to Break Down Walls”

Scholarships can inspire students to believe they can make a difference. For Atik Bird, it helped her reach out to others – and trust her own voice

recent post image

There Is No Magic Formula When Quitting an Addiction

By 28, I’d been arrested, convicted and kicked out of grad school. But it took me another two years to end my love affair with drugs

recent post image

When Getting a Job Is Mission Impossible

Laws to end workplace discrimination against people with disabilities have mostly failed to boost employment. Sociologist David Pettinicchio wants to know why

recent post image

Purple Haze

U of T alumna Kate McGartland risked injury, and her dignity, for this twilight shot of iconic UC

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Allies in Her Corner

U of T faculty and staff had this alum’s back, which enabled her to thrive

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