Lawyer for the Public Interest

Renatta Austin wanted to help kids in trouble at school. To do so, she’s redefining how a law practice can work

60 Seconds with Barry Avrich

In his new memoir, the filmmaker and ad exec talks divas and Donny Osmond

The Air Up There

Tarek Ibrahim wants to make personal flying machines a reality

Say What?

Knowtions aims to make translating complex scientific documents into any language faster and more accurate

Seoulmates

Exploring a new country linked video bloggers Simon and Martina Stawski to each other… and to the world

The Reluctant CEO

Arts grad Dani Reiss wanted to become a writer, then realized there was more than one way to tell a story

Seeing Through a New Lens

Betty Xie’s film documents what happens in a community faced with the threat of eviction

Letters to the Editor

Praise for mindfulness, a new ultra-cool record, concerns about the hidden labour pool

In Vino Veritas

An anthropology degree adds depth to Adrian Marquez’s work as a sommelier

Spreading Smiles

Johanna Schaeffer and Harold Isaacs brighten many lives through their volunteer work

The Heart Truth

Sarah Temple is justly proud of her role in the iconic Red Dress campaign to raise awareness of heart disease in women

The Play’s the Thing

A PhD student hopes video will spice up Shakespeare for high school readers

Comic Book Hero

Peter Birkemoe went from engineering to running a comic book store

Red Shoes

Susan Cromwell shares her perception of the world through photography

“Urban Girl” Guide

Through her blog, Lisa Ng inspires women to go on road trips, attend rock concerts and scale volcanoes, among other things

Photo by AD-Passion/stock.xchng

Dreamtime and the What of the Shadow

Cory Ingram’s creative exploration of life evokes a dreamlike quality

Photo by Jane Ross

Thinking Outside the Package

Canadians need to push back against the processed-food industry, says author Jeannie Marshall

Photo courtesy of Jean-Guy Niquet

Master of Play

As director of Arkadium, Jean-Guy Niquet is diving into the fast-moving world of mobile games

Photo Courtesy of Ian Jackson

The World According to Walt

Wingfield Lost and Found hits Toronto

Courtesy of Bishari Films 2010

Crimes Against Women

Shelley Saywell explores so-called “honour killings” in her new film

Tweet the Vote

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

(Bubbles)

Bubbles

Winner in the 2009 Alumni Poetry Contest

River Rambler

Helen Mills explores Toronto’s past through its lost waterways

The Politics of Suspicion

Ideas-oriented periodical explores the politics of suspicion in a post-9/11 world

From One Bar to Another

Bronfman scholarship assists students in need

Such a Long Journey

From bank clerk to writer, from obscurity to the Oprah Winfrey Show, Rohinton Mistry’s path as a writer has taken a series of unlikely turns

In Their Own Write

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

Why They Give

Giving back to U of T

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