To Baldly Go…

Scarborough campus students go bald to raise money for cancer research

Maritime Men

Two U of T alumni are putting their nautical know-how to work international waters


Alumni Association Awards of Excellence, Northrop Frye Awards and other alumni recognitions

Two for the Rhodes

Trinity College students will peruse graduate studies at Oxford University in England

Memorial Design

Prof. Daniel Libeskind wins competition for redevelopment of the World Trade Center site


Random House of Canada Student Award in Writing and Order of Canada inductees

MuchMore Sung

U of T degree taught alumna Hannah Sung to see all sides of a story

Master of the Molluscs

Patrick McMurray (PHE 1992) is the first Canadian to win the World Oyster Opening Championships


Alumni named to the Order of Canada and other honours

Star Turns

More than actors, playwrights and directors, these artists are architects who helped create Canada’s thriving theatre scene

Ad Nauseam

Repetition in advertising confusing consumer memory

New Hope

U of T researchers are refining an experimental Alzheimer’s vaccine

Prize Writer

Austin Clarke wins $25,000 Giller Prize for his latest novel, The Polished Hoe


Alumni named to the Order of Canada

Our New Provost

Equity, access, excellence: these are touchstones for Shirley Neuman

The Music of the Cosmos

Researchers gain their first glimpse of the primordial structures that grew into today's galaxy clusters

Hell on Reels

Dante's Inferno has huge impact on modern-day writers and filmmakers, prof finds

Helping the Heart

U of T scientists identify two genes associated with heart function that could lead to new therapies for heart disease

Teens Silent on Crime

Young people won't talk about being victims of crime for fear of being labeled a "snitch," study finds

Defending the Arts

Chancellor Hal Jackman helps create $45-million endowment for the humanities and social sciences

Point of Honour

Fencing and tennis coach inducted into the U of T Sports Hall of Fame