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Journalist, Activist, Recent Alumna

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The Work Study program helps almost 3,000 students a year find part-time employment at the university.

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Student News at U of T 

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#UofTGrad18: Meet two of U of T's academically outstanding graduating students

A woman whose brother's brain tumour prompted her to study neuroscience and psychology at the University of Toronto.

A commerce student whose interest in social entrepreneurship led him to get involved in a number of U of T clubs.

Both Olivia Rennie and Richard Zhang are this year’s U of T recipients of the Governor General's Silver Medal, bestowed on the most academically outstanding graduating students.

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Age is but a number for U of T's oldest and youngest graduates

They're generations apart, but over the last few years they worked towards a common goal: a University of Toronto degree. 

Sakina Rizvi, a U of T Mississauga student who earned a specialist degree in the history of religions, is believed to be U of T's youngest graduate at 18 years, one month and a day old, as of this writing. 

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Meet five U of T women who are on list of 'Engineering Graduates To Watch'

As more than 1,400 graduating students in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering have convocation ceremonies Tuesday, Tyler Irving profiles five women who demonstrate the engineering values of creativity, innovation and global impact.