Find out how this U of T Cinema Studies grad became a film critic for CBC Radio and an advocate for the representation of Indigenous people.
In the scales of justice, Edward Greenspan carries some weight. But there’s more to Greenspan than courtroom drama.
Erika Savage is a former hip-hop dancer. It was good training for the hot-button issues she faces today as an entertainment lawyer.
There is a picture of Fraser Mustard, 10 years old, paying rapt attention to an exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum.
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.
If the phrase “the gift that keeps on giving” can be applied anywhere, it can be applied to Frederick Banting and the medical marvel of insulin.
Gimmy Chu says U of T encouraged him to think "outside and beyond the box" - and help build the most energy-efficient light bulb ever.
Gustavo Ramos was born near Sao Paulo but has had experiences in Canada that go well beyond what most visitors to this country have.
Give you five? Harley Pasternak will oblige. His 5-Factor Diet and fitness regimen has made him a widely-recognized health authority.
Hart Hanson created Bones, the “darkly amusing procedural” TV series inspired by a real-life forensic anthropologist.
When humanitarian Heather Johnston says she loves U of T you know it is heartfelt – her family has been attending for five generations.
Principles Helena Monteiro applied at U of T - thinking, learning and leading - have made her a major player in international philanthropy.
Isabel Bayrakdarian’s plans for an engineering career took a 180° turn when she won the Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Auditions.
Ismat Aziz’s experiences as a University of Toronto undergraduate formed the basis of her interest in human resources, a field in which she continues to excel.
James Orbinski - physician, scientist and author - is a veteran of many of the world’s complex humanitarian emergencies.
Canada withstood the world-wide financial crisis in 2008-2009 better than most countries. Janice Fukakusa helped us stay the course.
One of Canada's top hockey players, Jayna Hefford was a U of T student when she scored the winning goal at the 2002 Olympic Games.