In an instant, Emma’s hopes of becoming a nurse were dashed. Could she make the journey back?
Scrapping everything and taking a fresh approach can be exhilarating. But sometimes change is not a choice
Edna Staebler was 55 when her marriage ended. She thought she would grow old alone, impoverished and unhappy. Then she wrote a cookbook
Can a group of Toronto hospitals eliminate medical errors?
An app from Vicis Labs aims to help millennials and the precariously employed manage their cash
U of T study finds older Canadians are highly concerned about digital security – sometimes to their disadvantage
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
Over more than two decades, Rena Arshinoff built a successful career in medical science. Then she felt a spiritual call
For U of T student and Fix the 6ix founder Deanna Lentini, it’s a mission
U of T sociology professor Jooyoung Lee spent time with 40 people who had been shot to record how their lives had changed. Their stories are harrowing and instructive. This is just one
Winner of the 2017 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest
Social psychologist Michael Inzlicht launched his academic career on the study of “ego depletion.” His research suggested it was real. Then came doubts
“People’s Choice” winner in the 2017 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest
What U of T nursing students learn about infant care has changed a lot since the 1950s
Eileen de Villa targets opioids and homelessness as Toronto’s new medical officer of health
Runner-up in the 2017 U of T Magazine Short Story Contest
U of T provides an unparalleled setting in which students can prepare for a world of possibilities
Trinity College student Celeste Yim is on a mission to get students laughing
Economists have long known that consumers can make confounding choices when presented with too much selection. But they’ve never agreed on why. Enter neuroscience
Gord Dorrett explains why FORREC has given $100,000 to support a “critique room” at U of T’s new Daniels Building
Taddle Creek’s editor-in-chief shares the back story of a uniquely Canadian magazine
It’s easy to say “be prepared.” Scouts learn it. Even Scar in The Lion King sang it. So why do executives so often avoid it?
Why did this U of T alum build a fire-breathing dragon bus? To go to Burning Man, of course!
Read all the winners, runners-up and readers’ choice favourites in the U of T Magazine Writing Contest
Life on Earth exploded about 540 million years ago. Scientists are now beginning to understand why
A U of T staff member helped Cheryl Perera manage her schoolwork while she fought for children’s rights
Filmmaker Maureen Judge’s latest project captures stories of millennials venturing out on their own
On a visit to Ethiopia and Rwanda, U of T president Meric Gertler affirms the power of collaborations – and sees potential for new ones
The goal is to get “an intimate and authentic representation of the person’s life,” says U of T prof Jooyoung Lee
A unique U of T program that takes 100 female students to Parliament Hill aims to encourage more women to enter politics
What does U of T’s motto mean?
Winner of the 2017 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest
Many students change programs to pursue newfound interests
On a two-week visit to remote villages, a U of T dental team fixes teeth – and changes lives
Syrian doctor Khaled Almilaji’s story resonated with readers, as did Prof. Barth Netterfield’s article on science and faith
Replication studies put researchers’ conclusions to the test by creating new versions of the original experiment
How an early defeat helped U of T alum Tom Jenkins and his company, OpenText, succeed
U of T scholars and others are calling for four major changes to how research is conducted
But just what are the health benefits?
A gift from the Nanji family to U of T will help people “see the light of all the world”
English-Canadians are pretty good at identifying French-Canadian faces but the reverse isn’t true
Could a war of words lead to an actual war between the U.S. and North Korea?
Runner-up in the 2017 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest
Across international rankings, U of T remains one of the top publicly funded universities in the world
People’s choice in the 2017 U of T Magazine Poetry Contest
The question of a Kurdish homeland was central to Prof. Amir Hassanpour’s life and career
Alumna Ellen Tang helps immigrants feel less alone by recalling other newcomers’ stories
An anti-fascist movement that started in 1930s Europe is making headlines again
A passionate Wittgenstein scholar, he also pursued a spiritual practice in the Zen tradition