People

France August 1992

Brigid Elson's poem placed second in U of T Magazine's Alumni Short Story and Poetry Contest

Father Figure

Bryan Friedman's award-winning documentary charts his dad's quest for bodybuilding supremacy

Grano's Roberto Martella won the Jane Jacobs Prize, which honours Toronto's

Dinner with Friends

Restaurant owner Roberto Martella believes in building community by breaking bread together

Jim and Verna Webb are co-treasurers of Trinity's Friends of the Library Committee

Helping Hands

Volunteers do everything from mentor students to organize book sales. U of T wouldn't be the same without them

Guitar Hero

Jowi Taylor tours with unique instrument composed of 64 symbols of Canadian culture

City Idol

U of T students and alumni have fresh ideas about municipal politics, and Order of Canada recipients announced

Taking Stock

New federal rules allow donors to give stock without tax

Top 40 Under 40

Alumni and faculty recognized in the annual top executives list by The Caldwell Partners

Race of the Century

When U of T pharmacy grad Bill Crothers defeated the world’s best middle-distance runner in 1965, he proved one thing to be true: the most valuable resources in a university athletics program are the people

Peter Munk

Starting Out

Even the most celebrated careers often have humble beginnings

Cinema Studies Turns 30

Producer Robert Lantos helps Innis mark milestone by chairing the college's $7-million fundraising campaign

CHICAGO, IL - JANUARY 25: Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Center for International Human Rights presented its annual Global Jurist Award to Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella of the Supreme Court of Canada on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 during a reception and dinner in the Bluhm Legal Clinic on the Chicago campus of Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. The Global Jurist of the Year Award is granted annually to a judge in recognition of their contribution to the advancement of human rights or international law. (Photo credit: Randy Belice for Northwestern Law)

Just “Rosie”

How does Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella find time to be an author and pianist and a judge? "Every day is a gift," she says. "I do what I can to make the most of it"

Seeds of Hope

Gift to U of T will help students make the most of their opportunity

Sweet Devotion

Dawn Wilkinson's first feature film wins Audience Award at the 2005 Reel World Film Festival