Wendy Freedman earns major cosmology prize for her research into the Hubble constant
UTAA president Carl Mitchell wants to get to know you better
Tilda Shalof's books unmask the high-pressure world of nursing
Giller Prize winning book adapted for TV series
"Our main advice is: marry young and don’t die."
Gabe Thirlwell gives new meaning to the term "puppet regime"
Advice from the Dragon's Den judge: don't be cutthroat, but don't be a pushover, either.
U of T Arbor Awards recognize volunteers for their outstanding personal service to the university
Photojournalist Brent Lewin captures the plight of Thailand's city elephants
The Hollywood fitness guru and former U of T grad student turns his marketing game up a notch
Actor Nazneen Contractor enters 24's world of espionage
Journalist Ian Brown offers a profoundly honest portrayal of life as a parent of a disabled child
William Crothers and John Switzer join U of T's senior governing body
U of T architecture grads submit designs for Inner Mongolian cultural district
"The more we entertain ourselves by looking at other people's lives, the less we connect to them as human beings"
Eleven U of T alumni and faculty named to the Order of Canada
"Sometimes Brad plays his guitar, I play the piano and we sing together. I swear, we’ll wind up being the von Trapp family someday."
Astrophysics-and-math grad Aidan Koper's latest stunt dazzles Ellen audience
It’s time to cast off dated notions about masculinity, femininity and "opposite" sexes
The Gordon Cressy Awards recognize new graduates who have made outstanding contributions to U of T. For these past winners, helping others has become a way of life
"My dream is to be one of the inspired citizens who shape Toronto for the better"
"My deepest ambition is to focus on learning and practising leadership in new and challenging contexts"
"The privilege of living and working in Canada comes with the duty to protect the fundamental rights of the most vulnerable."
"I can always do more for others"
"One wishes for a day when people everywhere can live with dignity"
"Leadership isn’t just about having vision – it’s about having the right people work with you, because you can’t do it alone"
"It is amazing to me the encouragement we get from those we are ostensibly trying to help"
"I believe we should each apply our own unique skills for the betterment of humanity"
"My goal isn’t to end global conflict, but to end the suffering of people who live in places where conflict takes away their basic human rights"
"Life outside the classroom is vital to one’s education"
"The award motivated me to dream up new ideas and take risks"
"I dream of writing a book on leadership and self-improvement, and traveling the world as a motivational speaker"
"This is what leadership means to me – serving people"
"I would love to contribute to the cure for cancer"
"The global financial crisis is forcing everybody to think differently about business"
U of T’s Sports Hall of Fame names its 2009 inductees
Mutual-fund guru Warren Goldring was an outstanding volunteer and caring philanthropist at U of T
Nick Saul serves up healthy meals and civic engagement at The Stop
Economist Jeff Rubin's new book contemplates life after the Oil Age
The Nashville songwriter has released her first CD
Jewison and Cronenberg receive film honours, and Kelly Nelson Doran wins Canada Council for the Arts’ Prix de Rome in Architecture
A second meeting at the Victoria College pub brought two students eye to eye
David Cvet teaches U of T students the finer points of grappling and single-hand sword work
Helen Mills explores Toronto’s past through its lost waterways
Film savvy helped Brett Hendrie land one of Hot Docs’ top jobs
That's Intercontinental Beer-Burning Ballistic Missile
Director Ron Mann pays homage to an unusual obsession
What Went Wrong? Why? What Lessons Can Be Learned?
A big blue bird brought the law and drama students together
How do you solve a problem like Maria?
U of T grads named to the Women's Executive Network's 100 most powerful women in Canada
$20-million gift to the U of T will help refurbish Canada's role as an innovator in public health
In Unbuilt Toronto, Mark Osbaldeston explores an alternate civic destiny
Former alumni governor encourages grads to consider "life-changing" role with U of T
My Favourite Place
Innis alumna suits up Elvis tribute artists
Author Malcolm Gladwell looks beyond individual traits of the wildly successful
Twixters take on 20-something stereotypes
Architecture alumni create product design studio
A Q&A with the MTV Canada host