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
Naisargi Dave investigates what inspires someone to take up a cause
As global power shifts to Asia, Canada’s success will depend on seeing more than just business opportunities in the region, says Joseph Wong
Deborah Cowen investigates what happens when governments sacrifice the rights of their citizens to protect the flow of goods across national lines
Chen-Bo Zhong is interested in how intuition affects moral decisions – and prevents us from behaving unethically
A university community helps a neighbourhood transform
A U of T music grad runs an innovative program to bring affordable music lessons to Regent Park youth
A homework support program involving OISE students has more than doubled high school graduation rates in Regent Park
Professor Allan Peterkin is the world’s leading facial-hair expert
Will "Gangnam Style" open the doors for other South Korean artists?
Discovery suggests human ancestors began hunting with stone-tipped spears far earlier than previously thought
The world is certain to end – just probably not this year
"End-of-the-world" panics go back hundreds of years
The fascination with end times is everywhere in pop culture - including that Britney Spears song on your iPod
What’s scarier, a zombie or vampire apocalypse?
Art history prof Alexandra Palmer goes BIG with a ROM textile exhibition
U of T celebrates its connections to the Asia-Pacific region
In a federal election, why does a vote from Charlottetown count for more than one from Markham?
The Royal Canadian Mint has finally produced its last penny. Is it time to get rid of the nickel, too?
Canada must co-ordinate its energy research better if it wants to be a global player, according to a U of T report
Discoveries in brain science are prompting new theories about how our senses work – and how they affect our understanding of the world
Is ‘one’ really the loneliest number?
It's like a flash mob, but motivated to buy
Was the War of 1812 actually a civil war?
The Saudi Arabian city is wrestling with a transit problem of Koranic proportions
What’s the solution to Toronto’s traffic problems?
Forty years ago, an intrepid group of professors and students sparked progress for women across U of T
Myrna Kostash reflects upon the new women's studies course at the University of Toronto in a 1972 Miss Chatelaine article
Chinese propaganda posters from the 1960s celebrate work as an act of nation-building
ABC correspondent Muhammad Lila reports from Pakistan and Afghanistan
Friends and family of the late Paul Oberman have created an award for architecture and urban design
As New Orleans rebuilds, U of T students are helping the city rethink its approach to water management
A term for Canada's growing population of senior citizens
What effect will unlimited corporate spending have on the U.S. election?
In which God may or may not be Margaret Atwood
They may have reverse effect of what they intend, U of T Scarborough psychologists find
What principles should guide how a city develops its waterfront?
Small-town Ontario English preserves older terms that have fallen out of use in the province’s larger cities
U of T study shatters myth that recent immigrants cause more car accidents than other Canadians
Fifty years after the publication of his most famous works, we’re still making sense of all Marshall McLuhan had to say
Doctors have been trying for decades to classify mental illnesses. So why do precise definitions still elude us?