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Exploring the world of Netflix's ‘Narcos’: U of T students learn about the shadowy world of organized crime in Mexico
A group of fourth-year students in an organized crime and corruption course at the U of T's Centre for Criminology & Socio-Legal Studies explored the complicated world of Mexico’s narco-insurgency and organized crime.
Undergraduate research trip to Hawaii offers U of T anthropology students lessons for living on Indigenous land
For Associate Professor of Anthropology Bonnie McElhinny and six University of Toronto students, Hawaii became a learning lab for multiculturalism and decolonization strategies.
They removed invasive California grass from one of the island’s bays, spent time on a farm where owners were restoring the land ecologically under Indigenous stewardship, restored mounds of taro plants eroded by rain and carved a peace canoe at a housing project that was experiencing racial conflict.