As social, political and economic unrest grows around the globe, renowned professor and history author, MacMillan, guests on the Paul Wells Show at the Munk School to discuss the turbulence in current world affairs.
After a brief term as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, 73 Conservative MPs voted in favour of dismissing leader Erin O’Toole, leaving many to question why his role was so short-lived.
Exposure to the sun increases the risk for skin cancer. U of T startup shares how their sunscreen should protect people from harmful UV rays.
Growing up in restaurant families, the young co-founders of a new food ordering app know how hard it is for mom-and-pop shops to compete with big chains. That’s why the four U of T students…
All-nighters have become a staple of university life, whether it be to catch up on late assignments or to socialize with friends. For Tom Hui, overnights are for video games.
Picket lines are up and teaching assistants are on strike at all three University of Toronto campuses. On Thursday, a tentative agreement was unanimously approved by CUPE Local 3902 Unit One bargaining team, but the…
Hundreds of students came together on Tuesday to battle it out, using snow as their weapon.
Tuesday night, on the eve of Bell’s national #BellLetsTalk event to end the stigma surrounding mental health, the University of Toronto Scarborough had a launch party for a new online magazine: Minds Matter Magazine.
Eric Hewitson may play a position where it is easy to fly under the radar, but the kicker does not shy away from the spotlight.
The Agincourt Collegiate junior boys’ volleyball team will advance to the city finals tomorrow at Humber College after winning both their sets against York Mills Collegiate yesterday afternoon. Their opponent will be decided today as…