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Three students take in the cherry blossoms outside of Robarts Library

Finally! In a long-awaited sign of spring, cherry blossoms reach peak bloom on U of T's St. George campus

May 5, 2022

With the exam period wrapped up, and a long, snowy winter now firmly behind us, Bing Li and her friends met outside the University of Toronto's Robarts Library this week to take pictures amid a blush cloud of cherry blossoms. 

Our Community Robarts Library, Cherry Blossoms, Faculty of Arts & Science, Undergraduate Students
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Kids with vegetarian diets record similar growth, nutrition measures as those who eat meat: Study

May 5, 2022

A study of nearly 9,000 children has found those who eat a vegetarian diet had similar measures of growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat.

Breaking Research, Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Unity Health, Children, Nutrition, Research & Innovation, St. Michael's Hospital
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Students connect and build community at hybrid Night Against Procrastination event

May 4, 2022

In the run-up to spring exams, University of Toronto students participated in the second annual “Night Against Procrastination” – only... Our Community Robarts Library, Academics, Graduate Students, Student Life, Undergraduate Students

U of T experts work with local Chinese community to investigate upsurge in anti-Asian racism

May 4, 2022

Just before the onset of the pandemic, recent University of Toronto graduate Kennes Lin helped launch a website with the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter (CCNTO) for repor

Our Community Anti-Asian Racism, COVID-19, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
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U of T Engineering students build 'unique' engine for eco-race on famed Indy 500 track

May 4, 2022

In April, the University of Toronto Supermileage Team (UTSM), led by Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering alumnus Tyler Barry, travelled to the United States for the annual three-day... Our Community Alumni, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Graduate Students, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, Sustainability

a Toronto streetcar passes by an intersection where a homeless person sleeps

U of T psychology course sparks advocacy around homelessness

May 3, 2022

Students taking a unique psychology course at the University of Toronto Scarborough are working to change perceptions of homelessness in the community.

City & Culture, Our Community Student Experience, Cities, Homelessness, Psychology, U of T Scarborough, Undergraduate Students
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Critical U of T containment lab needs renewal: Christine Allen in the Toronto Star

May 3, 2022

The University of Toronto’s lab facility designed to contain highly infectious disease – known as a Combined Containment Level 3 (C-CL3) Unit – is in “serious need of a refresh,” writes Christine Allen, U of T’s associate vice-president and

Breaking Research, Global Lens Bioinnovation, COVID-19, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, Research & Innovation
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Students contribute to City of Toronto climate action projects through U of T ‘Living Lab’ course

May 3, 2022

How can Toronto better integrate climate considerations into building procurement and management? Can the city achieve net-zero emissions without harming low-income and equity-deserving homeowners and tenants?

Our Community Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, Cities, Faculty of Arts & Science, School of the Environment, Sustainability

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