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Sport, power and abuse

November 14, 2011

Penn State University has been in an uproar since it was revealed that an assistant football coach had allegedly been caught abusing young boys and no action had been taken.

More News, Physical Education

Award-filled year for U of T alumnus

November 14, 2011

As corny as it may sound, the stars seem to be aligning for writer Charles Foran this year.

Features, St. Michael's College, English, Alumni

Nursing researcher talks about her work, childbirth and labour

November 13, 2011

Professor Ellen Hodnett has just completed her third and final term as the Heather M. Reisman Chair in Perinatal Nursing Research.

Our Faculty & Staff, Nursing, Health

Lest We Forget

November 11, 2011

The University of Toronto celebrated Remembrance Day 2011 with services on all three campuses. The St.

Campus, Top Stories

Posthumous degree tribute to researcher’s talents, character

November 11, 2011

Almost one year after PhD candidate Sara Al-Bader and her husband, Michael Smoughton, died in a car accident, the University of Toronto is conferring her degree – after friends and colleagues collaborated to compl

Student Life, Convocation, Medicine, Health, Dalla School of Public Health, Top Stories

Unable to remember a single face -- unless it’s Paris Hilton!

November 10, 2011

A 22-year-old woman who has had amnesia since birth has demonstrated she can’t hold a single face or word in short-term memory – unless the information is familiar to her.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Medicine, Health

Study finds new way to predict MS diagnosis in children

November 10, 2011

Early MRI scans can help predict the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) in children, which may permit earlier initiation of treatment, according to a new national study.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Medicine

Right to a life free of violence

November 9, 2011

A passion for sport and social justice took PhD student Lyndsay Hayhurst all the way to Uganda and back.

Global Lens Features, Student Life, Physical Education, Global

Greek 'anti-economist' offers solution to economic crisis

November 9, 2011

Yanis Varoufakis, a self-described anti-economist, told a standing-room only crowd at Hart House that the current economic crisis could be solved in two weeks; provided the political will to do so also existed.

Global Lens Top Stories, Global, Faculty of Arts & Science

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