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Student News at U of T 

Pride 2020: U of T to raise flags on all three campuses

The University of Toronto is kicking off its month-long celebration of Pride 2020 with a virtual raising of flags across its three campuses. 

“From its inception, Pride has always been more than a celebration. Pride commemorates pain and loss within LGBTQ2S+ communities and highlights the importance of fighting discrimination,” said Karima Hashmani, U of T’s executive director, equity, diversity and inclusion.

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Nine women to watch from U of T Engineering's class of 2020

 

One graduate designed tiny robotic scissors controlled by external magnetic fields using a joystick – no cables, wires or any other attachment required. Another used her passion for cybersecurity to help protect nuclear power plants from threats.

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U of T grad says working as a COVID-19 screener reaffirmed his commitment to a career in health care

When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the city, University of Toronto Scarborough student Sri Nowduri knew he had to do something to help out.

“I saw the virus was disproportionately affecting senior citizens, and this opportunity came up to help the most vulnerable,” says Nowduri, who has been working full-time since late March as a health screener at Baycrest Health Sciences, a geriatric facility.