People

Malcolm Gladwell

There Are No Small Potatoes

To New Yorker scribe Malcolm Gladwell, little things make a huge difference. Right now, he has his eye on his next big idea – french fries

Classic Carson

The past is always intensely present for poet, novelist and classicist Anne Carson

Theatre of Love

Alfred Bader donates $6 million for the construction of Victoria College theatre

Kudos

Distinguished Educators Award and the Helmut Kallman Prize

Heart & Soul

Alumni, like the 30 profiled here, have given to the campaign for diverse reasons. No matter what cause they support, their help serves one central purpose — nurturing students

The work of Edward S. Rogers Sr., one of the world's most important experimenters in radio, began at U of T in the 1920s

Stay Tuned

The spirit of Edward S. Rogers Sr. is energizing a new wave in communications

Photo of Bob Birgeneau

A Class Reunion

The kid who used to wow adults with his math prowess has returned from the halls of Yale, Oxford and MIT to take on the presidency of his Alma Mater. For Bob Birgeneau, coming home could be his greatest challenge yet

Alphabet Soup

More than a decade ago, a bunch of U of T characters began to dine from A to Z using the Yellow Pages as a restaurant guide

Did Someone Say ‘Eureka’?

The great idea is just the first step – that’s when the Innovations Foundation steps in. Now it’s looking for alumni who can help take new discoveries to market

Kudos

Appointments to the Order of Canada and other award recognitions

Illustration and photos of UofT alumni who contributed to Canada

Class Acts

As the UTAA celebrates its 100th birthday, we raise our hats to 100 alumni who made their mark on the 20th century

Crusaders

Alumni who exemplify the positive roles individuals can play in communities

Heroes & Icons

Theirs are the names that pass back and forth in conversations around the world

Stamp of Honour

A.G. Huntsman Award will be given to an outstanding zoology graduate student