Exploring Toronto’s Tamil Heritage

Students at UTSC will be able to learn much more about Tamil language and culture, thanks to a $2-million gift

Open Book

The Human Library Project: This U of T grad student shared her story and a painful truth

In Memoriam: Russell J. Morrison

One of U of T’s most generous benefactors helped improve study spaces for students

The English of a Millennium Ago

Now at “H,” the Dictionary of Old English aims to define every word from the language’s earliest days

Of Hearth and Home – and Health

A simple U of T innovation could help prevent burns among millions of children in developing countries

Beauty in the Everyday

During one terrible year, author Kyo Maclear finds solace by birding in the city

Who Gets Called an Artist?

Wanda Nanibush, the AGO’s first curator of Indigenous art, pays heed to the overlooked

What Do Hip Hop and Beowulf Have in Common?

Gilbert Perkins uses urban music to teach students about literature

Without a Trace

This U of T alum’s new novel highlights how a victim’s voice gets lost in tragedy

“Take Your Best Shot!” 2016 Photo Contest Winners

Dozens of superb entries from around the world, few easy decisions for the judges

Battling a Health Emergency

Heather Johnston helps combat AIDS in Malawi as president of Dignitas

A Tale of Two Rodeo Stars

Brendan Bowles explores the nature of friendship in his award-winning story

Anything’s Possible When Someone Believes in You

A tough-but-fair professor allowed this alumna to thrive in engineering

In Memoriam: Paula Goering

This U of T alum and prof helped people grappling with mental illness and homelessness

A Life in Blogging

Kerry Clare reflects on how her online oeuvre has shaped her journey

Photo: Ryan Walker

Standing for Truth

Alumna Dana Wagner aims to keep politicians honest during the federal election campaign

Film Translator

Anne Appathurai makes sure audiences understand foreign-language films – in less space than a tweet!

Photo courtesy U of T Scarborough

Where Do You Go, My Lovelies?

Fred and Norah Urquhart’s lifelong quest for the hidden kingdom of the Monarch butterfly

Photo by Anthony Warry

Surf Scientist

Rob Brander put his specialized knowledge at the service of Australian surfers, and now a grateful nation calls him “Dr. Rip”

Photo: Courtesy of Team Attollo

Using Their Words

Student startup gives kids a leg up with language

Connecting through Film

The Toronto International Film Festival’s Reel Comfort program helps make those connections available to clients in mental-health programs

Letters to the Editor

Rankings overload, debating the use of fur in clothing and the pros and cons of fracking

Walter Curlook was Mining’s Green Pioneer

The engineer, inventor, Inco executive and U of T prof is remembered for his boundless passion, spirit and energy

A Journey with Marco Polo

Benjamin Olshin’s map research suggests an unexpectedly connected 13th-century world

Sleuthing Toronto’s Odd History

How a history degree led Cameron to a job designing scavenger hunts in downtown Toronto

2014 Photo Contest Winners

Once again, there were hundreds of superb entries from around the world and very few easy decisions

Woman’s Time

Around the world, there’s a shift happening for women and girls, says activist Sally Armstrong

Mona Gauthier Revealed Estrogen’s Role in Breast and Ovarian Cancers

U of T scientist helped discover key factor in risk for breast, ovarian cancers

Monique and Haijo Westra

Monique and Haijo Westra

Sometimes love does happen in an elevator

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