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Student News at U of T 

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Looking for a study spot on campus? Here’s where – and how – to find one near you

With both online and in-person classes scheduled this fall, many University of Toronto students may find themselves on campus in need of a quiet space to kick back for a few hours, do some homework or listen to a lecture on their laptop.

U of T has more than 40 libraries across its three campuses with places to study, but they are far from the only options.


From colour-changing lizards to 'buff' birds, U of T students create fun, science-focused trading cards

Move over Pokémon – BMC SciCards are here.

Inspired by the Pokémon collectible trading cards of their childhood, University of Toronto biomedical communications students Shehryar (Shay) Saharan and Michie (Xingyu) Wu developed the BMC SciCard Collaborative project.

Angel Tak,Amir Haidar, Abigail Lewis and Fumi Cole

Centre for Drama, Theatre & Performance Studies' scholarships put talent, inclusivity on centre stage

The University of Toronto’s Centre for Drama, Theatre & Performance Studies (CDTPS) recently announced four new scholarships for Black, Indigenous and other racialized students.

The two undergraduate Equity and Academic Achievement Awards – valued up to $7,500 per year and renewable for up to three years – are awarded upon a student’s acceptance into a specialist or major drama program. The two graduate Equity and Excellence Scholarships are entry awards for new PhD students, valued at $5,000 each.