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Restoring UC’s Glory

University College is embarking on an ambitious 10-year plan to renovate one of U of T’s most iconic buildings

Photo of Mark Weisdorf.

“Innis Was My Oasis”

Mark Weisdorf took no classes at Innis, but the college's Town Hall became the heart of his U of T community

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The World in a City

Beautiful portraits of U of T grads are part of Cosmopolis -- a unique project to celebrate diversity in Toronto

Rachel Mahon

A Fine Set of Pipes

Being hired as the first female organist at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, England was music to Rachel Mahon’s ears.

Photo of Jeffery Alderdice with Governor General David Johnston.

A Medal for Mettle

Police Sergeant Jeffery Alderdice wasn’t sure how he’d react to the dangers of Afghanistan, but he more than passed his test of courage

Help in a Heartbeat

Toronto’s public defibrillators could save more lives if they were placed in better locations, U of T researchers find

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Town and Gown

A dynamic, world-class city and a top-ranked, global university have a lot to gain from each other, says U of T’s new president, Meric Gertler

Defying Gravity

A strategy for maintaining and advancing U of T’s global standing

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Aging Cities

Global population of seniors will triple by 2050, creating challenges for urban planners, report says

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Time to Talk

Helen Walsh has an answer to political polarization and crisis: genuine conversation

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A Great Cause

David Naylor talks about the past eight years and his plans for the future

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Duddy and Me

Ted Kotcheff made almost 20 movies during his career - but it was a pair of small films that really got critics to take notice

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Flights of Peace

Antoine Pappalardo is the CEO of a Toronto-based airline that flies aid missions to many of the world’s hot spots

Nadia Amoroso. Photo by Liam Sharp

Beauty in Numbers

Nadia Amoroso helps clients interpret complex data quickly and present it memorably

Rose Harrison in her Yonge and Eglinton apartment

Housing First

It turns out that a good way to help homeless people is to actually give them a home

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Making Traffic Smarter

An intelligent transportation system could reduce wait times at traffic lights in Toronto by more than half

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The Tiny Perfect Keyboard

As devices get smaller, a U of T company has created a keyboard that makes typing easier while using less screen space

Jordan Feilders

Bon Appetit, Paris

A food truck in a world culinary capital? With great fare, Jordan Feilders proves it’s possible

Tania Grafstein-Ho

Cupcake Maestro

Tania Grafstein-Ho’s entrepreneurial spirit and love of desserts motivated her to start an artisanal baking business

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Making Traffic Smarter

An intelligent transportation system could reduce wait times at traffic lights in Toronto by more than half

Meric Gertler leaning on a desk in his office

Meet Our Next President

World-renowned urban expert Meric Gertler will succeed David Naylor and serve as U of T’s 16th president

Sarah Polley.

The Stories She Tells

Filmmaker Sarah Polley's advice for students who want to get into the movie business? Just do it

19-year-old Joyce Taylor, 1940

An Education

In 1940, Joyce Taylor graduated in physiotherapy – and soon set off to war

End Times

"End-of-the-world" panics go back hundreds of years

Photo: © 2011 Gustavo Toledo Photography

Our Ties with Asia

U of T’s long-standing connections with the Asia-Pacific region will serve us well in a future defined by global collaboration

Artist rendering concept for the new One Spadina: looking southeast

City Building

The Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design unveils a bold plan to transform historic One Spadina

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Neighbourhood Health

People who live in less “walkable” communities, especially new Canadians, are more likely to develop diabetes

Lindsay Zier-Vogel. Photo by Mark Balson

She Loves You

Lindsay Zier-Vogel’s eight-year quest to make strangers’ days a little better – through the magic of love letters

A scene from Red Snow, by Diana Tso. Photo by Alex Felipe

Nightmare in Nanking

Diana Tso has written a play to draw attention to an atrocity against the Chinese people – and deliver a message of reconciliation

Property Value

Toronto’s land-use maps are important planning tools but they lack detail and are often out-of-date. Not for much longer

Watchful Eyes

Security cameras are everywhere. A new app invites Torontonians to help map them

Subway to Mecca

The Saudi Arabian city is wrestling with a transit problem of Koranic proportions