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Student News at U of T 

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In a bid to improve accuracy, U of T students give Wikipedia's dental and oral health content a checkup

Many students use Wikipedia as a source of information multiple times a week, if not every day. But what happens when that information lacks accuracy and proper citations?

It’s a problem the Wikipedia Collaboration of Dental Schools (WCODS) aims to address in the dentistry field.


Aishwarya Nair, U of T Mississauga's valedictorian, seeks to better understand the complexities of the brain

When Aishwarya Nair was in Grade 9, neurologist Oliver Sacks’s book The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat piqued her interest in the brain and its incredible complexity.

Now, years later, Nair is graduating from the University of Toronto Mississauga with an honours bachelor of science degree specializing in neuroscience.

Not only that, she has been named U of T Mississauga’s valedictorian for the Class of 2022.  


U of T Faculty of Law students delve into journalism, media law issues during Toronto Star 'externship'

From working with in-house counsel experts to advancing social justice initiatives and providing information about access to justice services at legal aid clinics, the University of Toronto Faculty of Law continues to offer its JD students first-hand experience through for-credit externships with outside partners, as well as paid summer fellowships.