Show of Faith

U of T’s ecclesiastic alphabet once began and ended with “A” for Anglican, but now embraces everyone from Ahmadis to Zenists

Religion Versus the Charter

Canada’s commitment to multiculturalism is being tested in new and unexpected ways

Helping Hands

Volunteers do everything from mentor students to organize book sales. U of T wouldn’t be the same without them

On the Air

After 20 years of broadcasts, CIUT is still taking chances

Trash Talk

Can new technology make Toronto’s garbage problem disappear?

Our Thanks to You

For the enduring value of your donations to the University of Toronto

Days of Service

The benefits of volunteering

The Alumni Connection

There are many ways for alumni to stay engaged with U of T


Second-year student David Topping turns TTC stations into art

Remembrance of Things Past

Margaret MacMillan examines a week that changed the world

A Sustainable Peace

U of T’s chaplain launches a week to question the very idea of war

To Catch a (Bike) Thief

“Bike bait” program uses GPS technology to track stolen property

Fresh Obsessed

U of T to bring local farmers’ produce to campus

Author Wins Order

Professor George Elliott Clarke receives Nova Scotia honour

Poplar Science

An international team has decoded the genetic sequence of a tree

Enemies of the State

In her book Villa Bel-Air, Rosemary Sullivan asks why totalitarian regimes are so afraid of art

Flash Physics

Prof’s online animations help students prepare for experiments

The Vegan Advantage

Vegetable diet a healthy choice for Type 2 diabetics, study finds

Last Neanderthals on Earth

Adjunct professor Clive Finlayson found that Neanderthals survived thousands of years longer than previously believed – in Gorham’s Cave in Gibralter

School Ties

Research by child development professor Carl Corter shows that providing daycare at elementary schools benefits children, parents and teachers

Courage to Come Back

Social worker Cheryl Peever shatters stigmas of mental health and substance dependence

Guitar Hero

Jowi Taylor tours with unique instrument composed of 64 symbols of Canadian culture

Activism at the AGM

Craig Keilburger urges community service for students

UTAA Roll Call

Announcing the 2006-07 board of directors

Medical Grad Wins Giller Prize

Vincent Lam’s first book wins major award

Making Peace

Donation gives students of social change opportunity to work in Sri Lanka

Alumni Leave Their Mark on Con Hall

Mirvishes dedicate three seats

A Grand Gesture

New scholarship will support students of classical piano

Toronto Developer Backs Future Urban Designers

Students will travel to Latin American cities to gain new perspectives

Munk Centre Receives $5 Million Endowment

Gift will create new programs

Clock Wise

The Hipp chronoscope enabled scientists to assess how quickly people respond to stimuli

Category: Winter 2007