The Nature of Things

Robert Bateman, 76, talks about wildlife art, conservation and the joys of painting predators

Seven Days on the Amazon

A journey into one of the world’s most mysterious – and endangered – natural realms

In Great Company

Seeing the world with the U of T Alumni Travel Program

Race of the Century

When U of T pharmacy grad Bill Crothers defeated the world’s best middle-distance runner in 1965, he proved one thing to be true: the most valuable resources in a university athletics program are the people

A Time to Rebuild

A former Varsity Blues football player makes the case for U of T athletics

Life Ever After

Years of university – then what? As John Fraser discovered, first jobs can lead in unexpected directions

Careering Wildly

U of T’s Career Centre helps students answer the question: “What now?”

Exit Interview

What one student thought of U of T

Starting Out

Even the most celebrated careers often have humble beginnings

Forest Friendly

U of T Magazine goes green

University Finance 101

A view from Simcoe Hall

HIV on the Rise in Ontario

U of T study finds rate of increase in HIV diagnoses highest among heterosexuals

Freedom to Surf

The Citizen Lab at the Munk Centre takes on growing worldwide Internet censorship and surveillance

What Prejudice Does

Belonging to a stigmatized group reduces the self-control students use regulate to their behaviour

Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign

Decoding the meaning of physical gestures and things

Rooms with a Breeze

A compact cottage experience

Stepping into the Ring

Former premier of Ontario, David Peterson, steps into the role of U of T chancellor

Trailblazers

U of T Faculty of Law salutes its female grads

Early Warning

“Flake Awake” takes first prize in the Idea Competition sponsored by the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Drawn to the Rhythm

Commerce student Alexandra Orlando wins six gold medals at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games

Oscar Gold

Faculty members get nod from Academy, and the inaugural LGBTOUT Student Awards are presented

Boosting Medicine and Science at UTM and UTSC

A new academy of medicine in Mississauga and groundbreaking held for science building at UTSC

Bringing CanCon to the World

Law professor Michael Geist is making the case for a Canadian digital library

Good Karma

Buddhist group Tung Lin Kok Yuen, gives $4 million to U of T

Embracing Korea

Centre for Korean Students established with $3.2-million gift from the Korea Foundation

Cinema Studies Turns 30

Producer Robert Lantos helps Innis mark milestone by chairing the college’s $7-million fundraising campaign

Fostering Leaders in Law

Gift from former chairman of Blake, Cassels & Graydon’s, creates scholarships for engineering and law

An Island History

Gift to Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library honours of former UC principal

Experiments with Violin

Faculty of Music graduate, Owen Pallett, composes new rules for classical music

At the Quinte Hotel

Bruce Alcock animates one of the most famous poems of Canadian poet Al Purdy

Awards of Excellence

U of T Alumni Association (UTAA) Awards of Excellence ceremony

A Woman of Distinction

Larissa Vingilis-Jaremko founded the Canadian Association for Girls in Science

Hong Kong Convocation

10th anniversary of the University of Toronto (Hong Kong) Foundation’s scholarship program

Grist for the Mill

Medicine wasn’t always so easy to swallow

Category: Summer 2006