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U of T distinguishes excellence

On February 28, the University of Toronto’s Governing Council announced the list of 13 influential individuals who will receive honorary degrees and address the...

U of T mourns deaths

New Zealand mourned the death of 50 people during a terror attack that targeted two Mosques in the city of Christchurch on Friday, March...

Voting for UTMSU elections begin

The campaign period for the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) elections began last Monday. Running for the executive team are two independent...

Province begins review on municipalities

On January 15th, Premier Ford announced that his government would be reviewing the municipalities in Ontario. This has led to uncertainty over what will...

U of T acquires manuscript

The University of Toronto Libraries recently acquired a rare manuscript written by 15th century Italian and French author Christine De Pizan. The announcement was...

Plan to revitalize U of T building in motion

On February 28, the Governing Council submitted their final approval for the FitzGerald Building Revitalization project. Since March 2017, the university has explored the possible...

GE week comes to U of T

This week, the University of Toronto will be hosting a series of events and workshops to celebrate the third annual Global Engineering (GE) Week. ...

Crombie talks “Mississ-exit”

Mississauga Mayor, Bonnie Crombie, is pushing for a “Mississ-exit” from Peel Region, the area that makes up the three municipalities: Brampton, Mississauga, and Caledon....

BDS committee established

On February 26, during the University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union’s (UTGSU) Special General Meeting, members voted to establish the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions...

Anti-Israel activist speaks at UTM

“Israel does not have a right to defend itself against protesters in Gaza who pose an imminent threat,” said anti-Israel activist Norman Finkelstein when...

U of T proposes new building

The University of Toronto St. George campus has proposed a new building downtown, to be located at 90 Queen’s Park Crescent.

U of T focuses on revenue

The University of Toronto’s vice-president, operations and Real Estate Partnerships Scott Mabury has provided more information on the university’s “four corners” strategy.
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