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

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.

Professor Patrick Gunning and the Centre for Medicinal Chemistry are revolutionizing how cancer drugs are created.

In the realm of creativity research, there are two schools of thought: the ‘tension’ view and the ‘foundational’ view. Rotman Professor Sarah Kaplan discusses how to combine both views in pursuit of enlightened brainstorming.

Pop culture fans remember Rajiv Surendra (BA 2009 St. Mike’s) for his hilarious turn as Kevin G, the rapping “mathlete” in 2004’s Mean Girls. In his new memoir, Surendra writes about his six-year attempt to nab the lead role in Life of Pi.

Developing ways to make our suburbs more livable, humanly scaled, and civically oriented through a game of territorial agglomeration.