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Nite of Nights

An annual revue, written and performed by engineering students, lampoons its way into a second century

Outdoor photo Alex Lu

Who Is Included?

How U of T is becoming more accessible to Alex Lu – and to thousands of other members of the university community with disabilities

Students walking across a hallway, with someone being pushed in a wheelchair in the distance, all in sepia tone except for one woman in a blue jacket walking down the centre

A New Era in Medicine

How a historic $250-million gift to U of T will transform medical education–and improve patient care

A pair of hands in black and white, holding a ruler against a ribbon of rainbow and cutting it with a paper cutter knife

It Got Better

How a simple sticker helped members of the LGBTQ community feel more welcome at U of T

Paramedics wearing protective equipment wheel a patient into a hospital emergency department

Heroes of Our Time

Members of the U of T community are working alongside colleagues from around the world to respond to the pandemic

Black and white photo of students marching in line and carrying chairs. Two students upfront are carrying a metal rack.

Walk on the Wild Side

In 1976, a strange band of characters jostled their way up St. George Street with beat-up blackboards and battered chairs

Students Quinn Underwood and Swarochish Goswami are working on a laptop while seated on a bench outdoors. Other students are sitting on grass in the background.

Welcoming the World

Canadians take pride in their model of multiculturalism. We need to remind ourselves of why it’s worked so well

Black and white photo of front exterior of Hart House and Soldiers' Tower from the 1920s

Hart House Turns 100

U of T’s beloved student centre once had a flying trapeze. A century later, that spirit lives on

Aerial photo of Toronto with Daniels Building as the focal point.

Building Better Cities

How a global hub of urban thinkers could bring tangible improvements to the lives of millions of people

Gimmy Chu, a University of Toronto graduate, co-founded the green technology company Nanoleaf. They developed the Nanoleaf LED light bulb, the world's most energy-efficient bulb.

Strength in Numbers

Our first-ever Alumni Impact Survey reveals that U of T alumni are making massive social, cultural and economic contributions around the world

Alessandra and Paul Dalla Lana standing beside a tree with Alessandra's arms clasped around Paul's shoulder

Twice the Impact

Paul and Alessandra Dalla Lana give U of T a second $20 million for public health and health-care systems

U of T president Meric Gertler (right) meets students at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Rwanda.

Our Partners in Africa

On a visit to Ethiopia and Rwanda, U of T president Meric Gertler affirms the power of collaborations – and sees potential for new ones

Tub time for baby: Nurses teach U of T students how to care for a newborn. Photo: University of Toronto Archives, 2010-40-8MS.

Bringing Up Baby

What U of T nursing students learn about infant care has changed a lot since the 1950s

Photo of Ishveer Malhi and Ken Luckhurst walking and conversing inside a UTM building.

It Was 50 Years Ago Today

Ken Luckhurst first set foot at UTM at the height of the hippie era. Touring a transformed campus with a recent grad, he finds not everything has changed

Photo of Prof. Shauna Brail and Prof. Mauricio Quiros-Pacheco standing in front of a building

The High Cost of a Home

Faculty and students at Toronto’s four universities will work together to seek answers to the city’s housing crisis

Photo of Justin Trudeau greeted by a large crowd of students inside Rotman.

Selfie Central

U of T students greet Trudeau before his talk on trade – and Trump

Headshot of Margaret Addison in reading glasses.

Margaret Addison Hall

This grad devoted much of her career to supporting young women at U of T, so Victoria University named a residence after her