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After weeks of speculation over the arrests and detention of Saudi princes and businessmen, the New York Times' Thomas Friedman travelled to Riyadh to interview the 32-year-old crown prince behind the shakeup.
Marin MacLeod, a recent graduate of the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health, can pinpoint the moment the proverbial penny dropped.
Teaching in the community: Free course introduces Toronto residents to U of T's most famous scholars
On a Wednesday night in November, students file into a small classroom at University of Toronto’s Innis College, eagerly anticipating the start of a weekly lecture.
But this isn’t your typical university class. There are no assignments, exams or tuition, and the average attendee is decades older than the undergrads who usually fill the seats.
The students are here for a ten-week course offered twice a year called University in the Community. The free program is aimed at Torontonians who have never been to university, but is open to anyone.
U of T is one of Canada’s top employers