Top five things to do on campus according to UTSC students

Wednesday, September 15 - 2021
You applied and got accepted. Now the fun begins! It's time to explore the campus and discover what we have to offer. 

Campus food 101: UTSC students pick their favourites

Tuesday, September 14 - 2021
The pandemic hit restaurants particularly hard, and food vendors at U of T Scarborough were no exception. But as we kick off a new academic year, many of them are planning to reopen. We asked UTSC…

Oldest known mammal cavities discovered in 55-million-year-old fossils suggests a sweet tooth for fruit

Monday, September 13 - 2021
A new U of T Scarborough study has discovered the oldest known cavities ever found in a mammal, the likely result of a diet that included eating fruit.  

‘A space for our community to be together again’: Revitalized ARC Quad will be UTSC’s newest outdoor hub

Wednesday, September 8 - 2021
Coming this fall to U of T Scarborough is a new, vibrant outdoor space for students, staff and faculty to unwind, connect and recharge. The ARC Quad, located beside the main entrance of the Academic…

UTSC professor and filmmaker honoured by the Royal Society of Canada

Tuesday, September 7 - 2021
Marlene Goldman had no plans to go into filmmaking. She stepped behind the camera, after encouragement from her colleagues, to make her first film adaptation, Piano Lessons, in 2017. Based on Alice…

Wonder what vaccine passports might look like? UTSC research looks at historical evidence of something similar

Tuesday, August 31 - 2021
Vaccine passports are a big topic of discussion at the moment, but do you ever wonder how one might look? New U of T Scarborough research gives us a glimpse of the earliest evidence of such…

U of T moves up one spot to 22nd globally in latest Shanghai university rankings

Thursday, August 26 - 2021
The University of Toronto has climbed one spot to 22nd in the prestigious Academic Ranking of World Universities, achieving its highest position globally since the ranking began in 2003. The…

“It allowed me to grow in confidence”: Alum and former Paralympian talks about the positive power of sport

Wednesday, August 25 - 2021
If anyone knows about the positive role sport can play, it’s U of T Scarborough alum and former Paralympian Kaley McLean.   

Renowned health equity expert joins U of T Scarborough 

Monday, August 16 - 2021
Notisha Massaquoi has spent more than 30 years of her career dedicated to advocating for greater access to primary healthcare in Black communities across Canada.

‘The public health evidence is clear’: Salvatore Spadafora on U of T’s vaccine requirement

Thursday, August 12 - 2021
As it prepares for a safe return to campus this fall, the University of Toronto has announced a vaccination requirement and implemented a comprehensive 12-step plan for students, staff,…

Babies prefer to listen to a familiar tune – even when it’s sung by a stranger

Thursday, August 12 - 2021
Early life for infants is surrounded by music and songs, mostly sung by family or caregivers. But does it matter who is singing to them?