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

Dancing in the Dark

Dancing in the Dark

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.

From UofTMed Magazine
Mapping the History of Sex Work in Canada

Mapping the History of Sex Work in Canada

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

From Re:THINK
Profiling Pioneer

Profiling Pioneer

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

From UTM
The Right Call

The Right Call

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

From UTSC Commons
The Rise of Elsie MacGill

The Rise of Elsie MacGill

Elsie Gregory MacGill (ElecE 2T7) was the first woman to graduate from U of T with an engineering degree and the first Canadian woman to earn a degree in electrical engineering.

From Skulematters: Engineering Magazine