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U of T helps athletes get jump on their careers

November 9, 2011

As Rosie MacLennan prepares for convocation, the gold medallist at the Pan Am games in Mexico is already missing U of T - and looking for ways to give back.

Convocation, Olympics, Alumni, Features, Student Life

Premier of Nunavut eager for full territorial powers

November 7, 2011

The first decade of Nunavut’s existence  was spent setting up a government and public services and implementing a land claim infrastructure.  But the territory’s premier says now it’s ready for more independence from the federal government.   

More News, Munk School, Government, Faculty of Arts & Science

Lives of soliders, important Canadians to be documented

November 7, 2011

As Canadians prepare to honour fallen soldiers this Remembrance Day, the federal government has announced funding for a website which chronicles the lives of war veterans, including U of T graduate Lt. Col.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Government

Fall convocation gateway to future for 4,400 U of T students

November 7, 2011

Acclaimed filmmaker Deepa Mehta is one of more than 4,400 extraordinary women and men – gold medal athletes, novelists and global researchers - receiving degrees from the University of Toronto this fall.

Top Stories, Campus, Victoria College, Student Life, Nursing, Convocation, Faculty of Arts & Science, Arts

Mehta offers insights into newest film

November 7, 2011

Shooting the film Midnight’s Children pushed her physically like no other film has, director Deepa Mehta  said of the film that tells the story of India's independence from British colonial rule.

Arts, Innis College, Campus, Features

KIP delivers positive spaces on U of T campuses

November 6, 2011

They’re attractive unidentical triplets and the University of Toronto is as proud of them as any parent would be.

Top Stories, Campus, UTSC, UTM

Combination treatment improves survival rate for prostate cancer

November 4, 2011

Men with locally advanced or high-risk prostate cancer who receive combined radiation and hormone therapy live longer and are less likely to die from their disease, shows clinical research led by radiation oncologists at the University of Toronto... Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Cancer

This All-Star Party Show Goes On

November 3, 2011

It’s a warm autumn evening, and the scene on Kings’ College Circle is chaos.

Student Life, Features, Digital Media

New health sciences complex opens at U of T Mississauga

November 3, 2011

With a quick scissor snip through U of T blue ribbon, University of Toronto community members, politicians, hospital representatives and donors officially opened the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex and Mississauga Academ

Breaking Research Top Stories, Teaching, Student Life, Research, UTM, Medicine, Health

Heritage plaque honours Ontario's first gay and lesbian rights group

November 3, 2011

The University of Toronto Homophile Association, the province’s first group to rally around lesbian and gay rights, was honoured yesterday at a ceremony that marked their historic formation in 1969.

Top Stories, Student Life, University College

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