Find a Story
University of Toronto engineering students recently completed a project that was out of this world, in more ways than one.
Clothed in aprons and armed with centuries-old cooking utensils, a group of University of Toronto undergraduate students gathered at Fort York to learn how to cook like it's 1817.
Some kids become obsessed with planes and rockets at an early age. Aerospace engineer Kai James took a broader pleasure from physics, particularly mechanics.
When conference organizers put together a lineup of storytellers, poets and novelists to explore the relationship of Canadian literature to the land, Indigenous resurgence and racialized groups, it was initially billed as a...
As University of Toronto graduate students take professional development into their own hands, out-of-the-box ideas like improv workshops have emerged.
In 2012, a 60-year-old man with flu-like symptoms died in Saudi Arabia, becoming the first victim of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome or MERS.
The University of Toronto's Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education is bringing together scholars from a diverse range of disciplines for a symposium called...
Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, alumna of University College and U of T's Faculty of Law, denounced “narcissistic populi
Humans and chimpanzees split from their last common ancestor several hundred thousand years earlier than believed – and this occurred in Europe, not Africa – according to an international team of scientists.
U of T's Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering hosted more than 1,200 Ontario students in Grades 4 to 8 on Friday for Go North, a day of hands-on activities, demonstrations and workshops designed to ignite curiosity about the vast...