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Dionne Brand

Poet in Motion

Dionne Brand releases her new collection, Ossuaries, while serving as Toronto’s poet laureate

The Imagined City

In her new book, writer Sarah Elton aims to put Toronto on the literary map next to New York, Dublin and Paris

Watertable, an installation under the Gardiner

Road Thrill

Art profs create a sparkling underside to the Gardiner Expressway

Office dA's proposal for the Daniels Faculty calls for a new angular glass and steel façade to be constructed over the building’s exterior, almost like a helmet.

Anatomy of a Makeover

Architect Nader Tehrani talks about his company's striking design for the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture

What intrigues Lewin is the difference between how elephants are perceived in Thailand and how many of the animals are now treated. “It’s a really tragic story that needs to be told,” he says.

Urban Jungle

Photojournalist Brent Lewin captures the plight of Thailand's city elephants

Tainted Air

We pull bad food from the shelves as soon as possible, so why aren't we more concerned about poor air quality?

Sandro Gianella recently spent a summer at U of T Berlin studying urban planning. For him and his fellow students, the city became a laboratory. “It wouldn’t make sense to go to Berlin and sit in a classroom all day,” he says

A World of Opportunity

Spending a term abroad used to be considered an expensive frill. Now many students see it as their key to a rewarding career

Illustration of Big Ben split between three photo frames

Computer Vision

Want to know where an unidentified picture was taken? A computer program being developed at U of T can help

Exit Strategy

This fall, the City of Toronto will test a U of T program that offers youths alternatives to gang life

The beginning of the gay rights movement in North America: Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City, June 28, 1970

Out and Proud

How students, faculty, staff and alumni brought queer activism to the University of Toronto and changed the campus forever

Kieran Hayward

Kieran Hayward

"My dream is to be one of the inspired citizens who shape Toronto for the better"

Dr. Rahim Hirji (BSc 1997 UTSc, 1999 MSc, 2004 MD)

Dr. Rahim Hirji

"I dream of writing a book on leadership and self-improvement, and traveling the world as a motivational speaker"

Connecting Communities

Investing in high-speed rail and clean electricity could help lift Toronto out of the recession – and set the stage for a sustainable future

Children sit at a table at the Institute for Child Study

Head of the Class

U of T's Institute of Child Study has influenced education in Canada for more than 80 years. A visit to the lab school reveals why.

Marathon Man

Runner Danny Kassap recovers from a near-death event, with a little help from his friends

Black and white photo of men in hats and trench coats standing in line

The D-Word

Q&A with Walid Hejazi, professor of business economics and international competitiveness at the Rotman School of Management.

Helen Mills.

River Rambler

Helen Mills explores Toronto’s past through its lost waterways

Jack Mandel

A New Era in Public Health

For decades, the medical profession has favoured treatment over prevention. U of T's Dalla Lana School of Public Health is setting out to change that thinking

Finch and Weston apartments

Tower Power

Toronto mayor picks up U of T plan to green, preserve and beautify the city's highrises

Above, back row from left: Amy Lo, Paul Mang, Yvonne Lo, Kenneth Lo, Nick Lo, Elaine Lo. Front: Amy's daughters. Photo: Daniel Ehrenworth

Suited for Success

Hong Kong clothing magnate Kenneth Lo and his family have tailored a lifelong relationship with U of T

Lunchtime Express

Five years, and thousands of meals later, Victoria students are still delivering lunches to those in need

Joan of Architecture

While everyone else was tearing down historical buildings and throwing up mega-developments, architect Joan Burt spoke up for preservation

James Orbinski

A Doctor in Kigali

Dr. James Orbinski served as head mission for Doctors Without Borders during the Rwandan Genocide. What he saw there transformed him

Smoke and Mirrors

So far, Canada has taken no real action on climate change. It’s time to get serious about Kyoto

David Shore and Hugh Laurie on the set of House. Photo courtesy of Fox/Global

The House That Dave Built

How law grad David Shore took one misanthropic doctor, added a large dose of twisted humour and created the hit medical drama House

Illustration of a brain made of chain

Untangling Alzheimer’s

A U of T centre is hunting down the genes that cause this debilitating brain illness, and moving us closer to a cure

Urban Legend

Celebrated American academic Richard Florida heads up the new Martin Prosperity Institute at U of T

Samantha Nutt

Witness to War

While visiting Somalia in 1995, doctor and U of T professor Samantha Nutt experienced the hardship and rawness of bloodshed. Now, the founder of War Child Canada says she's "driven every day" to help children harmed by conflict


Convocation hall

A Century at Convocation Hall

The educational experience has changed dramatically in the past 100 years, but U of T grads from all generations still share one thing in common: a degree bestowed at Con Hall

Prince Peprah (right) graduated from Scarborough's David and Mary Thomson Collegiate in June. Omar Peters just entered Grade 12. Both young men want to become actors

The Schools We Want

U of T's Centre for Urban Schooling aims to help youths in disadvantaged neighbourhoods succeed

Photo of David Naylor

Towards 2030

How will we preserve excellence at the University of Toronto?

Reaching Out

The University of Toronto community engages in civic life