U of T grad scores nation's highest mark on pharmacy exam
Pitblado couple honoured for longtime commitment to arts advocacy
In a time of tight budgets, U of T’s Jewish Studies program succeeds by combining faith, scholarship and private funding
Michelle McQuigge has never let her blindness interfere with her abilities
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Transitional Year Programme (TYP) student receives prestigious Bank of Montreal National Scholarship
First time Canadians have won competition
Grad expresses gratitude by giving to the Annual Fund
U of T grants four faculty members the title of "University Professor"
Fervour and passion for chamber music
100th anniversary of Annesley Hall
Alumni named to the Order of Canada and other alumni recognitions
The Digital Library for Alumni
As our 30th chancellor concludes his term, his one-of-a-kind contribution will live on
Begun in the aftermath of war, U of T’s oldest student exchange is just the ticket for 21st-century learning
He's snapped Victoria’s Secret models and Hollywood celebs. So why has hot New York photographer Richard Phibbs turned serious?
Applying key concepts of Western psychoanalysis to the prose and journalism of Africa
Theology professor explores why people in countries with struggling economies often seem happier
Legendary architects Frank Gehry and Daniel Libeskind review graduate student designs
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre at Robarts Library remembers friend and colleague
Scarborough campus students go bald to raise money for cancer research
Honorary degree recipients and other awards and honours
The Independent Weekly celebrates 25 years
Two U of T alumni are putting their nautical know-how to work international waters
Countering discrimination and fostering dialogue between groups in conflict
10th anniversary of the Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards
U of T celebrates 175 years
Alumni Association Awards of Excellence, Northrop Frye Awards and other alumni recognitions
A case for the rule of law
Five U of T students get a lesson in civics, life and tolerance
As U of T’s 31st chancellor, Senator Vivienne Poy will serve as the university’s ceremonial head – and as a unique role model for students
Trinity College students will peruse graduate studies at Oxford University in England
Prof. Daniel Libeskind wins competition for redevelopment of the World Trade Center site
Random House of Canada Student Award in Writing and Order of Canada inductees
First female lieutenant-governor of both Ontario and Canada, leaves bequest to her alma mater
A.G. Rigg/Ontario Graduate Scholarship recognizes faculty member
U of T degree taught alumna Hannah Sung to see all sides of a story
Patrick McMurray (PHE 1992) is the first Canadian to win the World Oyster Opening Championships
Alumni named to the Order of Canada and other honours
Homecoming celebration for Poculi Ludique Societas members
"I'm always going to have that bent to read and write and learn new things"
Lying on the U.C. Playhouse theatre floor during a warm-up, Thompson thought, "OK, this is where I belong"
"Originality can only happen when one begins with love of individual expression and allows it to lead to collective expression."
"Being an actor is like being at university. It opens your mind and your soul and make you tap into yourself."
"I saw this hemorrhaging of talent across the border. If everyone left, we would never have a cultural picture in this country."
They are grad students, retired profs, a diplomat, a vet. They read Plato in ancient Greek, for fun. Deinos!
George Elliott Clarke explores the African-Canadian experience in a new collection of essays
Biology major, David Alpay, plays a pivotal role in Egoyan's latest film
U of T experts discuss various health topics in public program
U of T student volunteers assisted at all-star fundraising event
Chancellor is the ceremonial head of the university and ambassador to all alumni
Austin Clarke wins $25,000 Giller Prize for his latest novel, The Polished Hoe
Last year, Nancy Lee forged the largest sports-rights contract in Canadian broadcast history
Soldiers' Tower committee seeks funds to renovate tower
Alumnus helps produce a memory book for New College
U of T hosts the first Alumni Homecoming in nearly a decade
Alumni named to the Order of Canada
Competitive? Talented? Intense? All that and more. They met their equals at U of T and have stayed connected throughout their celebrated careers
Life lessons learned in sport
UTS classmates played Varsity football during medical school