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Alumni Gwynne Phillips and Briana Templeton unleash their inner infernos in darkly hilarious sketches
Ophthalmologist Arun Lakra explores luck, science and faith in his hit play, Sequence
Alumna Mavis Himes delves into the hidden meanings and social weight of what we call ourselves
Nadia Ross, the winner of Canada's biggest drama prize, likes to keep her audiences on their toes. They don't just "sit in the dark and behave properly"
A golden borscht soup helped alumna Mary Berg win the title of MasterChef Canada. She now serves up her recipes on CTV’s “Your Morning” show
By releasing his new book, chapter by chapter, online, author Hal Niedzviecki can interact with readers to learn what they like -- and what they don't
Markian Moyes updates a popular kind of kids’ book for the app generation
Paracyclist Shelley Gautier competes for everyone with a disability
How Pan Am athlete Kate Sauks went from rowing newbie to medallist in just five years
Graduation is just the beginning
Aldeli Albán Reyna is excited to share her work, on improving the status of Indigenous Canadians, at the United Nations
Like many women, Tanya Heath loved the look of high heels, but not the pain that went with them. So she created her own line -- with removable heels
As her 50s approached, Margaret Webb set out to run her fastest-ever marathon… and write a book about aging and fitness
Muslims Nabeela Barday and Shahla Kara stay true to their faith as they vie to win a race around the world
Can Toronto cut emissions by 80 per cent? If it’s up to Nadine Ibrahim, yes
In her new novel, Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer reimagines a strange episode from Ontario’s past
Can Kirstine Stewart, a former CBC executive, boost Twitter’s fortunes?
Sarah Temple is justly proud of her role in the iconic Red Dress campaign to raise awareness of heart disease in women
Child psychologist Jillian Roberts creates an age-appropriate way to educate children aged four to eight about their bodies
Laura Clarke’s poetry wins her the RBC Bronwen Wallace Award
What's different about today's environmental activists? Tools of the trade, says Emily Hunter, and a sense that change must happen now
Many of us have valuable stuff we rarely use. Now you can rent it out, thanks to a peer-to-peer platform from grad Martin Wong that works just like Airbnb
Monica Goyal’s company helps people avoid hefty lawyer’s fees
Sarah Svendsen and Rachel Mahon are proving that organ music isn’t just for Dracula lovers
Much like the Belgian reporter, cinematographer Michael Boland has dodged peril and travelled the world to get a scoop
Writer Ryan North raised more than half-a-million dollars through social media to publish his Shakespeare-adventure book
Tired of having her name mispronounced, Ritu Bhasin developed an app to address the problem
Julija Šukys captures the life of a Lithuanian woman who aided the ghetto resistance
UTM grad Wendy Chung discovers global cultures, one kitchen at a time
How lawyer Randy Pepper discovered that walking 100 km in 48 hours is a powerful way to raise funds.
Learning to stay in the moment gave Madeleine Bisson the key to great improv acting - and to her first film role.
Crispin Duenas will represent Canada in archery at the London Olympics
Tuan Nguyen and Richard Bingham have weathered both fair and rough waters together
Maliha Chishti, Bhante Saranapala, Jim O'Mara, Lesra Martin, Bindu Dhaliwal and Duff Conacher