Mai Duong was dying and could not get the stem cell transplant she needed. Diagnosed with leukemia, she’d already had to terminate a pregnancy to start chemotherapy.
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A new tradition at U of T Scarborough began when hundreds of tickets to the Scarborough Shooting Stars’ (SSS) final home game were donated to students.
‘Everyone has the ability to be a leader’: UTSC grad works to advance opportunities for equity-deserving communities
Vanshika Agarwal is determined to use her voice to level the playing field in business. “Leadership for me means that everyone can be a leader in some capacity. I want to make an impact and help…
Students in a U of T Scarborough psychology course created hundreds of public awareness campaigns to get young adults to challenge myths around homelessness.
Alum Shuya Huang calls her journey a “not-so-typical immigrant story.”
Exams are largely switching back to in-person — your strategies for managing stress may need a change-up too.
So, you’ve got a business idea and no clue what to do with it. U of T Scarborough’s free new learning series is here to change that.
November is Financial Literacy Month and it’s time to talk money. We’ve put together a list of terms you may encounter in your financial journey, and the funding opportunities waiting for you.
‘Your university experience is what you make it’: UTSC grad pivoted during the pandemic to complete her dream program
Since Grade 9, Ellora Bhalla had her sights on enrolling into U of T Scarborough’s Management and International Business (MIB) program.
Ahnaf Rahman likens receiving the University of Toronto’s Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship to receiving a “lifeline” during a difficult time. “After navigating the quirks of online high…
Are you looking for fun and engaging activities that can be done online from the comfort of home? We have you covered. Below is a list of virtual activities where you can engage and feel part of…
When she first came to Canada, Alexandra Beltran Montoya says she didn’t even know what to expect. For her, it was a new country and a new language. Now, six years later, not only is she graduating…