Alum takes unique dance choreography app to the Dragons Den

Friday, May 25 - 2018
The dance choreography app StageKeep, that got its start out of the Hub, has caught the attention of television producers who contacted the company to audition for the CBC series Dragons Den. Dragon…

Plans advance for LRT through campus

Wednesday, May 16 - 2018
Rapid transit is a step closer to coming to U of T Scarborough. The Eglinton East Light Rail Transit project will run from Kennedy Station along Eglinton Avenue, Kingston Road, Morningside Avenue…

Using digital media to look at the medical mistreatment of marginalized groups in Scarborough

Monday, May 7 - 2018
A first-of-its-kind course in Canada is getting students to use digital media to share the stories of vulnerable groups in Scarborough. The Special Topics in Health Humanities (HLTD50) seminar…

U of T’s new School of Cities to bring wide-ranging experts together to address urban challenges

Friday, May 4 - 2018
The University of Toronto is establishing a new School of Cities that brings together researchers from across various disciplines to address the myriad challenges facing the world’s urban areas,…

#TorontoStrong Vigil: U of T community joins thousands to remember victims of van attack

Monday, April 30 - 2018
Amy Wang was at home in her Yonge-and-Finch condo when – right across the street – a driver of a rental van sped down the sidewalk, hitting pedestrians and turning a quiet Monday afternoon into a…

Mentorship program aims to inspire Black youth to pursue their university dreams

Friday, April 27 - 2018
Since starting at Cedarbrae Collegiate Institute in fall 2017, Grade 9 student Leandra Allen has been researching which university she wants to attend in 2022.  “Even if I have a lot of time…

U of T saddened by 'horrific' van attack: President Meric Gertler

Tuesday, April 24 - 2018
The University of Toronto is offering its condolences to the victims of the devastating van attack near Yonge Street and Finch Avenue that’s being dubbed the country’s worst mass killing in…

History student mixes culture and technology to trace the origin of these noodles

Tuesday, April 17 - 2018
When Andy Liu, a fourth year U of T Scarborough student specializing in history, entered the Magic Noodle restaurant for dinner one night, he was met by the sounds of a chef smashing dough onto a…

City looks to U of T Scarborough for innovative development ideas

Wednesday, February 28 - 2018
The City of Toronto is looking to attract the eyes of the federal government -- who will be awarding a $50 million urban planning grant to one municipality – by crowd-sourcing development ideas from…

Culinaria teams up with the Smithsonian to talk about the evolution of taste

Friday, February 2 - 2018
A group of researchers from U of T Scarborough’s Culinaria Research Centre recently teamed up with the Smithsonian to talk about the evolution of taste at the American Historical Association (AHA)…

New York Times, U of T team up to talk about Toronto's emerging Syrian food scene

Monday, January 15 - 2018
Torontonians are obsessed with food. They stand in lines the length of city blocks to try Japanese tarts, share their meals religiously on Instagram and are on the constant lookout for the city’s…

Students select new artwork for U of T Scarborough art collection

Friday, December 22 - 2017
Students in a U of T Scarborough art course were recently given a substantial budget and eight weeks to decide on a new acquisition for the university’s Doris McCarthy Gallery (DMG) collection.