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Curated stories from 30+ U of T publications, highlighting the people and issues shaping our global community.

U of T physicist Ursula Franklin staunchly opposed weapons of mass destruction. Today, her work remains as relevant as ever.

Looking ahead 25 years, CEOs will have to be more innovative, entrepreneurial, empathetic and risk savvy than their predecessors.

As Wendy Cecil finishes her term as Victoria University's chancellor, she shares her advice for living a happier, more fulfilling and productive life.

An archaeological excavation at University College reveals similarities in student life past and present.

How U of T Med student Celina Nahanni plans to make healthcare more accessible to Indigenous patients.

Alumnus Gilbert Perkins (MBA 2011) uses urban music to teach students about literature.

Where musical theory meets science and technology.

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