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Seven ways to celebrate U of T’s Alumni Reunion

From a street festival to topical lectures and an Ontario Science Centre gathering, there are plenty of ways University of Toronto graduates can reconnect with tri-campus life at


'I can’t wait to see it': U of T expert helps Ontario prepare for next year's total solar eclipse

Staff at the University of Toronto are playing a critical role in preparing for the total solar eclipse visible from parts of southeastern Ontario and Quebec, and eastern Canada on April 8, 2024.

The Ontario Eclipse Task Force, chaired by Ilana MacDonald at the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics, is working to provide Ontarians with detailed information about eclipse events and safe viewing practices for this rare celestial occurrence.


'A very ornate, unique experience': U of T alumnus Kokichi Kusano debuts theatrical and musical performance

University of Toronto alumnus Kokichi Kusano is preparing to debut his theatrical and musical work NAE, which translates to “The Rice Seedling,” at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre – a performance years in the making and inspired by his studies in the Faculty of Arts & Science.

NAE runs from May 5–7 and uses elements of traditional Japanese theatre, music and art to tell a story of life on the island nation during a 13th-century famine.

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