Featured Alumni Featured Alumni Tasha Schumann 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. Play Video BreadcrumbHomeNews & Stories Featured Alumni Name Industry - Any -Arts & CultureAthleticsBusinessCity BuildingCivil & Political RightsDiplomacyEducationEntertainmentHumanitarianismJournalismLawLiteratureMedicineMilitaryPoliticsScience & Technology Faculty or College - Any -Campuses-University of Toronto Mississauga-University of Toronto ScarboroughColleges-Innis College-New College-St. Michael’s College-Trinity College-University College-Victoria College-Woodsworth CollegeFaculties-Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering-Faculty of Arts & Science-Dalla Lana School of Public Health-Faculty of Dentistry-Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work-Faculty of Forestry-School of Graduate Studies-Faculty of Information-John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design-Faculty of Law-Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing-Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy-Faculty of Medicine-Faculty of Music-Ontario Institute of Studies in Education-Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education-Rotman School of Management-School of Continuing Studies-Toronto School of Theology David Peterson Faculty of Law David Peterson was probably recognized more often on campus as U of T's 32nd Chancellor than as the 20th premier of Ontario. David Shore Faculty of Law David Shore says it was “idiotic and courageous” at the same time to quit law and move to Los Angeles to start a writing career. Fred Kan Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering | Faculty of Law It was 50 years ago, but Fred Kan still has fond memories of the time he helped organize an International Students Festival at U of T. Paul Martin St. Michael’s College | Faculty of Arts & Science | Faculty of Law When Paul Martin addressed the class of 2011 at Convocation, he joked about the time he lost his case at moot court in law school. William Lyon Mackenzie King University College | Faculty of Arts & Science | School of Graduate Studies | Faculty of Law From 1893 until 1895, future prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King wrote for The Varsity while studying at U of T.