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116 - some really weird, but cool dudes.

Survived a day of terribly boring BioSafety training. I walked into the room this morning, unsure where I should sit. I noticed Bill from the same lab group as me was there so I decided it wouldn’t hurt to talk to someone relatively unknown to me. 353 more words


The journalists are not alright

This article was originally published in the 2015 Langara Journalism Review.

The wind carried the smell of death. Bodies lined sidewalks of the Filipino city of Tacloban and filled the beds of cargo trucks while others, still trapped under the rubble, awaited recovery.  1,745 more words

ritual of spring

The Sakura Project

The Sakura Project was started in the year 2000 with the objective of planting 3000 Japanese flowering cherry (Sakura) trees in Ontario as a symbol of Japan-Canada friendship.  76 more words


University of Toronto teaching assistants back to class

By Celia Grimbly and Earl Abalajon

Classes are back to normal at the University of Toronto as students and teaching assistants head back to school after a nearly month-long strike ended Thursday night. 58 more words


Brazilian students put new spin on learning with Forro dance club at U of T

On a recent weeknight, more than 30 University of Toronto students showed up at the Centre for International Experience to learn a little bit of Brazilian culture. 747 more words


Paintings stolen from U of T, police seek 'persons of interest'

TORONTO — Three paintings have been cut from their frames and stolen from the University of Toronto. The thefts happened in three separate incidences and locations between Jan. 180 more words


Stories by Alice Munro Brought to Life on Toronto Stage with a Fresh Interpretation

Today was the first time I had ever heard the name Alice Munro after being invited to see a theatrical performance of some of her work. 626 more words