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Laidlaw's golden visage

Golden Boy

Cast of Walter Laidlaw was modelled in clay by artist Palmo Dolzelli

Back to Our Roots

At the heart of Canada’s largest urban centre, U of T’s landscape plan is creating a verdant oasis

Helping Hands

An astonishing 112,819 donors gave to the Campaign for the University of Toronto. Here, a few explain why they contributed so generously

Mapping U of T’s Success

A sampling of new programs, chairs and buildings that are changing the face of U of T, thanks to campaign dollars

Temple of the Tome

Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library illuminates 4,000 years of Western history and culture

A Tale of Two Campuses

Suburban knock-offs no more, Mississauga and Scarborough are rapidly emerging as distinct institutions with their own unique approaches to teaching and research

Class Structures

Students find space to work, socialize and dream in cutting-edge campus buildings

Everyday Heroes

Every year, Accessibility Services helps more than 1,000 students with disabilities cope with campus life

The End of Science?

Hardly. A survey of current researchers finds that the big problems are just starting to be solved

Time Machine

Machine gun of Soldier's Tower, one of two captured at Vimy Ridge

Animal Instincts

The evolution of zoology. From an ex-minister who denounced Darwin to today's research juggernaut, zoology at U of T has come a long way in 150 years. And just look where it's going now

Fighting Words

Hart House debating has prepared generations of U of T students for the rigours of academe, politics, and the law. More important, it reassures anxious frosh that it's cool to be smart

UC @ 150

University College celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2003. Here's how U of T's founding college got started and is still growing

Global Village

Once a private residence, Cumberland House is now a thriving social centre for almost 4,000 international students

A Month in the Life

As the winds of war howled early this year, here are some ways that U of T faculty, staff and students kept the dialogue going

Star Turns

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

Royal Adventures

The latest prince to visit campus got the last laugh, but the very first prince most certainly got the last dance. A look at royal visits to U of T

Defending the Arts

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