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Student News at U of T 


Revamped ARC Quad at U of T Scarborough to offer space for concerts, lectures and other events

Students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto Scarborough will have a vibrant outdoor space to unwind and recharge this fall.

The Academic Resource Centre (ARC) Quad, located beside the main entrance of the Academic Resource Centre building, will be ready for use at the end of October after undergoing a renovation that prioritizes accessibility, green space and functionality.


'Making a difference': U of T Nursing students find inspiration in COVID-19 response

As members of the newest cohort in the University of Toronto’s bachelor of science in nursing program at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of NursingSrisudakhar Nowduri and Sarah Jun are eager to gain a deeper understanding of the role nurses play across the health care spectrum – and to make a difference in the lives of others.

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Fresh takes: U of T alumna organizes undergraduate research conference at the Centre for Ethics

For 15 years, the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics has served as a nexus for research and discourse on the ethical aspects of virtually every subject imaginable – from artificial intelligence to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yet, today’s scholars of ethics aren’t only looking at new problems. They’re also questioning the very foundations of what many think of as received wisdom.