What can be done about the global migrant crisis?
An innovative blend of research and theatre is enabling scientists to reduce the stigma around a distressing disease
23 ideas for building an even better Toronto
Scott Anderson, Patchen Barss, John Lorinc and Janet Rowe
As Toronto's population grows, we will have to embrace alternatives to the car
Scott Anderson and Patchen Barss
Diversity is one of Toronto's great strengths, but we can do more to ensure some people aren't left behind
Scott Anderson and John Lorinc
There's a wealth of knowledge within the university's walls. It could be shared more often with municipal leaders
There's a wealth of innovative talent in Toronto. But we can do more to harness it effectively
Cities are more livable when they're clean and green
Recent cases in international law suggest the idea is gaining momentum
A design for the Gardiner Expressway illustrates how U of T students are reimagining Toronto
Can we restore sanity and reason to politics?
U of T is rethinking how journalists get trained
Collaboration between U of T, China will create new perspectives on art
A familiar problem in the West, food waste is quickly becoming a global issue
Applies to someone who is not transgender, and is often used to signal awareness of gender politics
Benjamin Dillenburger uses computers and 3D printers to create structures that are impossible to draw and almost impossible to imagine
Is solitary confinement ever appropriate?
What is driving North America’s obsession with hoarding?
New Toronto mayor John Tory aims to get the city back on track
Bonnie Crombie calls U of T Mississauga a “nucleus for ideas, innovation and excellence”
The university’s scholars are collaborating with partners in every region of the globe to answer questions that challenge us all
Alice Taylor, Brent Ledger, Dan Falk, Anjali Baichwal, Scott Anderson and Claire Morris
Not so long ago, theories about the natural world were often put forth in poems and plays
The like-attracts-like nature of social media could be bad for democracy
For many Torontonians, the daily commute is a spirit-crusher. What if it could enrich your life instead?
A U of T grad student wrote her wedding vows based on research into what makes a relationship last
How should we evaluate the risks and benefits of fracking?
In India, urban renewal schemes and corruption have created a violent economy around the demolition of apartment buildings
The Internet makes it easy to be mean. No wonder cyberbullying among teens has everyone worried.
Special techniques are needed to design clothes for wheelchair users. The ROM showcases them in a unique exhibition
A big piece in the puzzle of the lost Franklin ships has been found
Some children’s stories are much better than others at instilling honesty, research finds
The Katherine Ballantine Coutts Admission Scholarship is one part of a bigger strategy by U of T to provide more financial support to its students
U of T’s Fellowship in Global Journalism is the first program in the world that specifically trains professionals and academics to be reporters
The War of 1812, as seen by political cartoonists
How should architecture adapt to the Far North’s unique climate and culture?
For Facebook and other technology companies it’s still an open – and troublesome – question
Canada’s temporary foreign workers program needs a rethink, says immigration expert Jeffrey Reitz
Tye Farrow is creating architecture that can actually prevent disease
Beautiful portraits of U of T grads are part of Cosmopolis -- a unique project to celebrate diversity in Toronto
Prof. Chen Shen reveals how life was in China’s Forbidden City
Nadia Siu Van
U of T acquires the personal letters of Major-General James Wolfe
U of T hosts the World Pride Human Rights Conference to give LGBT activists a voice
U of T acquires the "ultimate insider" collection of Allen Ginsberg photos of key pop-culture figures from the 1950s–1990s
In the world of law, hot tubbing is a common practice
Grad student Sara Angel has an ambitious idea to make Canadians more aware of our rich visual arts heritage
A South African reflects on the life and legacy of a human rights champion
How did locking lips become the ultimate romantic gesture?
International students play a pivotal role in strengthening the city
U of T is working on multiple initiatives to combat homophobia in sport
Adults more likely to behave in socially beneficial ways when prompted
Does the proposed Quebec Charter guarantee a secular society, or more votes for the Parti Québécois?
Global population of seniors will triple by 2050, creating challenges for urban planners, report says
Soviet officers' attitudes during the Holocaust depended on where they were stationed, grad student finds
Ted Kotcheff made almost 20 movies during his career - but it was a pair of small films that really got critics to take notice
Hart House’s choir members only use one instrument: their voices
A U of T group encourages participants to protect the Earth for future generations
Recent revelations about governments spying on their citizens should have us all concerned about abuse of power
Governments should do more to encourage immigrant entrepreneurs to forge links with businesses in their native countries, according to a U of T report
Meditation might make you more liberal, according to new U of T research
Katherine Larson infuses her study of English with a passion for music to find new meaning in literature