Campus

The Troubled Healer

In his tireless quest to conquer contagious diseases, John Gerald FitzGerald, architect of Canada's modern public health system, sacrificed his own health – indeed, his life

The Age of Dissent

Socialists, peaceniks, feminists, rabble-rousers: They came in search of an education. They left having taught the old school a thing or two

Three of the women who graduated from University College in 1885, members of the first graduating class that included women: from left to right, Margaret Langley, May Bell Bald, and Ella Gardiner. Two daughters of the Globe publisher George Brown, Margaret and Catherine, also graduated in 1885, but their pictures were not included in the composite.

Fairly Determined

Members of the so-called gentler sex were banned from attending classes until 1884. But once women set foot in the classroom, there was no stopping them

Lend Me an Ear!

Former president James Loudon purchased this papier mâché ear from a leading medical model maker in the 19th century

Rupert Schieder

A Trinity Man

60 years later, Rupert Schieder can still fit into his red college jacket

Early Impressions

The University of Toronto Press got its start printing exam booklets and is now the second-largest public university press in North America

The flag, the Queen's royal standard, is from Osbourne Castle on the Isle of Wight

Royal Gems

Commemorating the 85th anniversary of the founding of Victoria College

Sod-turning ceremony in 1904 for Convocation Hall marked one of the first and finest achievements of the UTAA.

A Commanding Force

Alumni wanted an organization to keep them in touch with their alma mater, and the wife of the president recognized that there is strength in numbers. The time was right to establish the University of Toronto Alumni Association

Marble sculpture of a man tackling another man

Triumph

The trophy presented to Henry Crawford Griffith, champion of athletics