Photo Courtesy of Hilary Davidson

The Damage Done

Hilary Davidson’s first crime novel keeps you guessing till the last page

Image Courtesy of Thomas Allen Publishers

Learning to Let Go

In her new book, author Marni Jackson searches for the right level of involvement in her adult son’s life

Photo Courtesy of Richard Bingham and Tuan Nguyen

“My Captain, My Matelot”

Tuan Nguyen and Richard Bingham have weathered both fair and rough waters together

Tweet the Vote

Social media will be a force in this fall’s Toronto election, if a group of recent grads have their way

Neena Kanwar

Healthy Hearts

Neena Kanwar says her company, KMH Cardiology and Diagnostic Centres, is committed to quality patient care, short wait times and state-of-the-art technology

Photo by Dawn Marchand

What a School Can Be

Dr. Alison Kelford finds new meaning for “community” in Maasai Mara, Kenya

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Georgia Coffee Star

A typhoon bears down on a travelling couple in the winning entry in the 2009 Alumni Short Story Contest


Remorse and the Post-Op Denver Convention

Runner-up and Reader’s Choice Winner in the 2009 Alumni Short Story Contest.

Mining Gift

Mining Innovations

Entrepreneur Pierre Lassonde and Goldcorp help fund a new mining centre

Photo by Theresa Frizzell

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 Daniel Ehrenworth

Breese Davies

“The privilege of living and working in Canada comes with the duty to protect the fundamental rights of the most vulnerable.”

Photo by Liam Sharp

Food for Thought

Nick Saul serves up healthy meals and civic engagement at The Stop

Photo by Juan Pont Lezica

60 Seconds with Victoria Banks

The Nashville songwriter has released her first CD

Photo by Fred Lum

Voice of Silence

Journalist Andrew Mitrovica meets one of In Cold Blood’s reticent Clutter sisters

The Finance Crisis and Rescue

What Went Wrong? Why? What Lessons Can Be Learned?

“This Is a Generational Struggle”

Captain Bruce Rolston wonders how long Afghanistan’s calm facade will remain after peacekeepers leave

Fear of Numbers

Why do so many kids struggle with math?

Lunchtime Express

Five years, and thousands of meals later, Victoria students are still delivering lunches to those in need

Justice for All

Lawyer Ann Schofield Baker took on U.S. Homeland Security – and won

Ms. Chatelaine

New editor-in-chief Maryam Sanati brings an international perspective to the popular women’s magazine

Elizabeth Hay Wins Giller Prize

Scientist grads awarded honorary degrees, inducted into National Women’s Hall of Fame

Mark Schatzker

The journalist and traveller aims to “see, feel and taste differences in the land”

The Nature of Things

Robert Bateman, 76, talks about wildlife art, conservation and the joys of painting predators

Wikipedia Wonderboy

Victoria College alum is a daily contributor to the free online encyclopedia, Wikipedia

Law Grad Wins Emmy

David Shore honoured for medical drama House

Tales from the Crypt

Rod Gudino runs his horror empire from a former funeral home

Portrait of a Master

Artist paints tribute to literary theorist Northrop Frye

Heart and Soul

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

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

Life Before Shakespeare

Records of Early English Drama marks milestone at U of T

Stranger Music

Two alumni push musical boundaries

Ray Hsu

Poet will soon publish his first full-length book

Kayla Perrin

For the successful romance novelist, life isn’t all pink chiffon and strong-jawed suitors

Coming Home

How U of T grads are making a difference – where their help is needed most

Hal Jackman’s Gift to Last

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


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

Independence Day

The Independent Weekly celebrates 25 years

“Ontario’s Eve” Makes Bequest to Vic One

First female lieutenant-governor of both Ontario and Canada, leaves bequest to her alma mater

At the Top of Her Game

Last year, Nancy Lee forged the largest sports-rights contract in Canadian broadcast history

Big on Business

Paul Giannaris, Dionne England, Eira Thomas, Natalie Townsend and Leonard Asper

In Their Own Write

Kenneth Oppel, Andrew Pyper, Lynn Crosbie, Cristina Kuok, David Layton and Tim Long

Theatre of Love

Alfred Bader donates $6 million for the construction of Victoria College theatre

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