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Elysse Leonard (left) and filmmaker Nicole Dorsey lead a Reel Comfort workshop at St. Michael's Hospital. Photo: Yuri Markarov, St. Michael’s Hospital

Connecting through Film

The Toronto International Film Festival’s Reel Comfort program helps make those connections available to clients in mental-health programs

Photo of Martina and Simon Stawski.

Seoulmates

Exploring a new country linked video bloggers Simon and Martina Stawski to each other… and to the world

Reclaimed seawater irrigates urban farms in Juan Caviedes and Negin Akhlaghpour's award-winning design. Illustration: Juan Caviedes and Negin Akhlaghpour

Designing a Sustainable City

Out of 82 entries from around the globe, the design of two Daniels Faculty graduates brought home the top prize in the SymbioticCities 2014 International Design Ideas Competition

The Toronto Poetry Map gives new meaning to familiar locations, such as Grange Park.

Toronto’s Beating Heart

With the Toronto Poetry Map, a U of T English professor and Toronto Public Library unveil a whole new way to view the city

Evelyne Benaïs-Lemelin

Flamenco Dancer

At a crossroads between academia and the life of a dancer, Evelyne Benaïs-Lemelin chose her passion

Courtesy Aldeli Alban Reyna

Conversations for Change

Aldeli Albán Reyna is excited to share her work, on improving the status of Indigenous Canadians, at the United Nations

Susan Stock re-assembling and evaluating fragments of a late Shang Dynasty bronze ritual wine vessel. Photo by Mike Fergusson (ROM ID # 960.234.21)

Statue Rescuer

Susan Stock cleans the corrosion from ancient metal artefacts so museum-goers can see the original beauty

Photo of Maggie Cummings with her students.

A+ in Selfies

A UTSC anthropology assignment gives students a new view of the selfie

Photo of a young girl with a plush bear.

Namecheck: W.A.T.C.H.

Five years in an ashram inspired U of T student Neilank Jha to found this long-running community service club

Photo courtesy of Onyx Motion

A Digital Coach

Wearable software created by U of T grads aims to help hobby athletes up their game

Photo of Zoe Cormier

Join the Science Party!

In her book Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll, Zoe Cormier explores the workings of our rowdiest pastimes

Jake Paleczny at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, near Whitehorse

North of 60

Museum Studies grad Jake Paleczny comes up with fun ways for visitors to learn about the moose, elk and other animals that make up the "living collection" at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve

In Her Shoes

Like many women, Tanya Heath loved the look of high heels, but not the pain that went with them. So she created her own line -- with removable heels

Photo of Ian Hacking.

What is Real?

Philosophy prof Ian Hacking’s ideas about science earn him $800,000 prize

Photo of Jonathan Keebler

Breaking News

Jonathan Keebler’s software has changed the way you stay up to date

Photo of Joan Foley

Fair and Impartial

After more than 50 years at the University of Toronto, Joan E. Foley is well positioned to see the big picture – which is exactly what you want in an Ombudsperson

Photo of Ali Saeed.

Ali Saeed – In Memoriam

The ambitious student’s sudden death rocked his wide circle of friends and inspired many to emulate his generosity

Photo of Toronto skyline over Gardiner Expressway.

Sky Line

Gondolas for the lakeshore: U of T students share their award-winning transit vision

Photo of Sally Armstrong.

Woman’s Time

Around the world, there’s a shift happening for women and girls, says activist Sally Armstrong

Photo of Wilfred Ip (centre) and others on the run.

Sweet Legacy

The University of Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Diabetes Association carries on a proud U of T tradition