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“I feel as if I have a community, but just a few steps outside and I’m in the heart of the city. You certainly don’t feel like you’re alone, you feel like you’re a part of a living system.”

Temitope
B.Sc. 2014, MSc candidate, Neuropharmacology/psychopharmacology

Temitope

STUDENT NEWS AT U OF T

U of T grad shows off a scarf his sister gave him as a grad gift

U of T's first Black Grad celebration won't be the last, say organizers

As the procession of U of T 2017 black graduates danced into Hart House's Great Hall to the Diana Ross song, “I want the world to know”, the room erupted with cheers and applause.

“How many of you got goosebumps as the graduates walked in?” asked Sandra Carnegie-Douglas, anti-racism and cultural diversity officer at U of T, as she addressed the crowd at Canada’s first-ever Black Grad celebration at U of T last night.

Dancers at U of T's powwow

Indigenous leaders on how to celebrate National Aboriginal Day

For National Aboriginal Day, U of T News asked Indigenous leaders, alumni and Elders to share their thoughts on what June 21 means to them.

The day is an opportunity for Canadians to celebrate the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

U of T News also asked each of our Indigenous leaders for a moment they wish every Canadian could experience. 

#UofTGrad17: How a U of T startup is helping disabled children walk like 'Iron Man'

Few product tests are as emotional as the one Manmeet Maggu performed at his brother’s house near Delhi last summer.

The MBA student at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management was watching as his eight-year-old nephew Praneit, who suffers from severe cerebral palsy, was hoisted into a robotic exoskeleton device built by his startup, Trexo Robotics.

Moments later, Praneit’s robotically assisted legs began tracing delicate steps across the floor as a grin crept across his face.

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“It’s time for action and I think leadership has changed. Business has changed.”

Kirstine Stewart

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) 1988, Faculty of Arts & Science, UTM

ONE UNIVERSITY, THREE CAMPUSES

The college system

All students within the Faculty of Arts & Science on the downtown Toronto (St. George) campus are affiliated with one of seven colleges. These colleges have deep roots in the history of the University of Toronto; the college system dates back to the earliest days of the university and remains one of its distinctive features. The colleges are a home base for their students and provide the advantages of a closer-knit community experience within a large research university.