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      • Spring 2016 | University of Toronto Magazine

        • 21 More Things Every U of T Student Should Do Before They Graduate
          Go sledding at UTSC, perform in the UC follies, paint the UTSU dome and much more!Read On …
        • Portrait of a Serial Writer
          By releasing his new book, chapter by chapter, online, author Hal Niedzviecki can interact with readers to learn what they like -- and what they don'tRead On …
        • “We Remember Him with Pride”
          U of T alum Walter Kohn rose above tragedy to earn a Nobel Prize in chemistryRead On …
        • Spidey in the 6ix
          The masked hero seems poised to catch Toronto in his webRead On …
        • Cities in Ruins
          Prof. Tong Lam's photographs depict urban decay in Asia, and the parallels between security and surveillance in east and westRead On …
        • Parenting Guide
          Mary Elizabeth Picher helps new parents better understand how little ones learn and growRead On …
      • Discover U of T

        • Free Food

          As a student I’m always looking for ways to save money. One of the great things about university is that there always seems to be free food somewhere.

          I remember once walking to class and there were just people outside more …

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        • Going Abroad

          Thinking of going abroad sometime while you’re at U of T? You’re in luck! The University has a wide array of options available for students to learn and explore course material outside of the country.

          First, there’s the summer abroad more …

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        • #UofTmoments

          One of the many reasons I love being at U of T is because there is always something cool happening nearby.

          Sometimes it might be a concert at a close-by venue, but quite often the event itself is at U more …

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        • How to stand out amongst 70,000 Students

          I will let you in on a not-so-secret, secret: University is a lot bigger than high school. In my first year at the University of Toronto St. George Campus, I was transitioning from a small high school of about 800 more …

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        • All-Nighters: Necessary Evil or Avoidable Nuisance?

          Are all-nighters an unavoidable aspect of life as a University of Toronto student? That really depends on who you ask.  

          If you go by the Facebook statuses of a number of my friends, it would seem the answer is more …

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        • Lights, Camera, Action: U of T!

          Toronto has often been described as one of the defining cultural and entertainment hubs of Canada, known for its ability to stand in New York and Chicago without the high price tags attached to those actual locations. “Hollywood North” as more …

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      • Top Stories

        • Did dinosaurs have lips? Ask this University of Toronto paleontologist

          Can a crocodile’s smile reveal whether dinosaurs had lips? What if lips and gums hid most of dinosaur's teeth?

          New findings from University of Toronto vertebrate palaeontologist Robert Reisz challenge the idea of what tetrapods might have looked like when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

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        • Professor Glen A. Jones appointed new OISE dean

          Professor Glen Jones, interim dean of the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, has been appointed dean of OISE for a five-year term effective July 1, 2016.

          Professor Cheryl Regehr, vice-president and provost of U of T, announced the appointment on May 19, following an extensive international search for a new dean. 

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        • What happens to your brain when a baby cries?

          A baby’s cry not only commands our attention, it also rattles our executive functions – the very neural and cognitive processes we use for making everyday decisions, according to a new University of Toronto study.

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        • Student entrepreneurs talk shop with Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor

          It’s not every day that eager student entrepreneurs get to sit down and talk with a representative of Her Majesty the Queen about the challenges of growing their fledgling businesses.

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        • They started here: U of T recognizes top inventions

          Some of the most inventive minds at the University of Toronto are stepping into the limelight.

          This year, the U of T Celebrates Innovation event recognized four ground-breaking inventions – created here on our campuses – that have the potential for global impact and commercial appeal in medicine, electronics and energy production.

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        • Munk School war crime researcher wants to give something in return

          “Are you afraid we’re going to kill you?”

          That was the blunt question that a group of former commanders in the notorious rebel group, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), asked Mark Kersten when he went to Uganda in 2011 for research on the effects of the International Criminal Court’s intervention in the north of the country.

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