Tasha Schumann’s successful career as rap artist Tasha the Amazon comes as no surprise to her. After all, she has planned on being a musician since kindergarten.
“The University of Toronto has played an important role in the lives of the Goldring family for four generations,” says Blake Goldring.
Co-hosting a show for teenagers in 1964, Carole Taylor probably didn’t think she would have a career interviewing prime ministers.
When humanitarian Heather Johnston says she loves U of T you know it is heartfelt – her family has been attending for five generations.
Canada withstood the world-wide financial crisis in 2008-2009 better than most countries. Janice Fukakusa helped us stay the course.
Imagine a popular playwright who doubles as an advocate for literacy in mathematics. No need to imagine: John Mighton is for real.
When Judy Goldring was named one of the Most Powerful Women for 2012, the citation highlighted her volunteer activities at U of T.
Many U of T alumni have made their mark internationally, but perhaps only Lester B. Pearson has been described as saving the world.
By mid adolescence, Margaret Atwood knew she wanted to be a writer. The world is thankful she came to that awakening early on.
Norman Jewison directed variety shows at U of T in the late 1940s, spawning a career as one of the greatest filmmakers in history.
For Rita Tsang, going to U of T was a family affair - a fact that inspired her to co-found one of the largest travel companies in Canada.
Sophie Milman was half way through U of T when she realized she was more singer than student. Now, she’s at the top of her class.