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Reminder to graduating students

If you’re intending to graduate this year, refer to our handy convocation checklist to make sure things go smoothly.

Research Opportunities Program

An experience at Canada's leading research university wouldn't be complete without some research experience. Beginning in second year, undergraduate students can work on research projects with U of T professors, for course credit.

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Student News at U of T 

photo of Kevin Vuong

U of T, United Nations explore how to improve the lives of people in cities like Toronto

During a recent conversation with a visitor from Spain, University of Toronto student Kevin Vuong was reminded of what makes Toronto such a great place to live.

“He said, 'We don't know how lucky we are to have a city like Toronto that's so inclusive and welcoming,'” says Vuong, who's in the Faculty of Law’s Global Professional Master of Laws program.

“Yes, there’s lots of room for improvement but there are some things we do very well. That outside perspective really helped to remind me of that.”

Eclipse watching at the CNE photo

Sun spot: Your views of the eclipse

At the Canadian National Exhibition, U of T astronomers from the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics and the Faculty of Arts & Science provided telescopes and helped visitors understand the cosmic phenomenon unfolding before their eyes.

U of T News videographer Lisa Lightbourn was on hand.

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U of T Varsity Blues host Japanese hockey team

It will be an unusual pairing for Thursday night’s exhibition hockey game at Varsity Arena: the home team will be the University of Toronto Varsity Blues; the visitors, all the way from Tokyo – the men’s hockey team from Keio University.

The game is the culmination of a training camp hosted by the Varsity Blues this week for the team from the Japanese private university located in Minato, Tokyo.