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

Lots of people have interesting ideas, said Morgan Wyatt, but entrepreneurs are those individuals who act on them.

Tests and doctors’ visits gave no insight into Rachel’s chronic pain, muscle spasms and neurological symptoms. The 16-year-old had been a healthy, vibrant ballet dancer.

“A seminar on sex trade history is a great way for students to learn about critical methodologies,” says Dr. Laurie Bertram. 

Or a period for sober second thought? When it comes to legalizing marijuana, U of T drug and public health experts caution that “the devil is in the details.”

Kate Lines looks back on an innovative career in behavioural forensics.

UTSC alum Alek Krstajic recently engineered the sale of Wind Mobile to Shaw Communications. But don't expect him to retire anytime soon.

Kumar Murty, the Chair of the Department of Mathematics, explores how mathematics is inescapable — it’s a part of everything around us, kind of like The Matrix — and that we shouldn’t be afraid.

The long struggle for gender equity in sport and physical activity has been in the news again as a result of the recent lawsuit by the US women’s national soccer team for equal pay.

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