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U of T and student unions consult students on sexual violence

This past Thursday, the University of Toronto, the University of Toronto Graduate Students Union, the UTMSU, the UTSU, the SCSU, and APUS...

Free speech with strings attached

“We will not tolerate anybody using our children as pawns for grandstanding and political games. And, make no mistake, if we find somebody failing...

Fourth quarter woes persist for Blues

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues football team lost in their sixth game of the year, 51-30, to the Windsor Lancers on October 1...

BLC’s to-do list: inclusion, diversity, support

Last Wednesday, the Black Liberation Collective held their first event for the academic 2016/17 year, titled Welcome Black. The event welcomed black students to...

Last down to turn things around

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues football team lost to the number eight nationally-ranked McMaster Marauders on Monday, September 5. The final score was...

Looking to rebound in a big way

The Varsity Blues football program fell short in their first game of the 2016 season to the Guelph Gryphons 41-22 on Sunday, August 28...

U of T moves online

In July, the University of Toronto signed up with Coursera, a US-based company offering open online courses. As a partner of Coursera, U of...

U of T signs new copyright agreement

The University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario signed an agreement on January 30 with the copyright licensing company Access Copyright to allow copyright materials in both print and digital format to be reproduced in exchange for a fee.

U of T to break ground on new sports centre

$58-million facility to open at St. George campus.

U of T governance in review

In search of feedback from the UTM community, a town hall focussed on faculty, staff, and administration was held on Friday in the Council Chambers.

U of T seeks $2 billion

The University of Toronto recently made history by launching the largest Canadian university fundraising initiative, BOUNDLESS, a $2-billion campaign. U of T president David Naylor announced the endeavour at Convocation Hall on Sunday evening.

U of T tops rankings in research

U of T was named number one for research in 2011 on a list of the top 50 Canadian research universities. The list, released on Tuesday, November 1 by Research Infosource, ranked Canadian universities research based on input, output, and impact indicators.
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