Parents – At Last!
Reproductive science has made huge strides over the past 30 years, bringing hope to millions of infertile couples. But some formidable barriers remain
Blue & White & Green All Over
Solar panels at the Athletic Centre, composting in residence, farming on St. George. What next? A back campus wind turbine?
Claude Bissell’s visit to China, at a time of political isolation between the West and China, foreshadowed the spirit of international exchange at U of T today
In This Issue
The Age Barrier
Even with the best medical technology, most women over 40 have little chance of getting pregnant
Who Should Pay for IVF?
Quebec covers three cycles, but most provinces don’t cover infertility treatment
The Great Good Place
U of T's eighth president recognized the importance of the university's global reputation
Claude Bissell on Campus
Claude Bissell’s final term as U of T president ended almost 40 years ago, but his remarkable contribution as a scholar, administrator and leader is recognized on the St. George Campus today, with buildings, portraits and other tributes honouring Bissell’s legacy
Every year, Arthur Weis welcomes more than 500 undergrads to Koffler Scientific Reserve
Three of his daughters were killed by Israeli fire. In Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish’s new book, he calls for an end to the violence
The Dream Maker
Isaac Olowolafe Jr. donates $25,000 to help students in New College's African Studies program
An Apple for Teacher? How Quaint
Some U of T students go out of their way to express how much they appreciate their favourite prof
The Dark Master
Caravaggio rebelled against dogma and received wisdom. Is that why we like him so much?
Cheaper Digital X-Rays
Physicist John Rowlands has invented a way to deliver high-quality X-rays at a fraction of the regular cost
Addicted to Love
The American Psychiatric Association is considering whether "hypersexual disorder" should be included in its next guide to mental illness
In a creative rut? Renegade computer designer Bill Buxton advocates less work and more play
The Lost Left
Westerners who reject mainstream culture as “inauthentic” may, in fact, be status seekers, says Andrew Potter
You Are What You Wear
In artist Luis Jacob's new exhibition, bodies are framed within the environment and surroundings are incorporated into bodies
Lee Campbell and Peter Forsythe
"We've been married for more than 30 years now, and it’s been quite the adventure"
Where Are the Women?
Liberal MP Martha Hall Findlay asks why only one-fifth of Canadian politicians are female
60 Seconds With Heather Moyse
Gold medalist Heather Moyse talks to Lisa Bryn Rundle about her Olympic journey