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Alexie Tcheuyap, a professor of French whose scholarship focuses on African literary, cinema and media studies, has been appointed the University of Toronto’s associate vice-president and vice-provost, international student experience.
American gymnast and four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles is the latest high profile athlete to withdraw from a major tournament citing mental health reasons.
Biles’s decision was heralded as brave and empowering for other athletes who may be hesitant to put their well-being first, but she nevertheless faced attacks from those suggested she was using mental health as an excuse for poor performance.
The University of Toronto will require students, faculty, staff and librarians who participate in activities that carry a higher risk of COVID-19 transmission to be vaccinated – and require all community members to self-declare their vaccination status.