Twelve thousand years ago, somewhere in the verdant valleys along the Yangtze River in southern China, an anonymous hunter-gatherer made a discovery that would reverberate around the planet.
Imagine that someone you know receives hundreds of text messages a day while having their Facebook account stalked. They know the person doing the stalking, but is that an excuse? Or is the behavior a clear sign of abuse?
The University of Toronto has launched Boundless, the most ambitious fundraising campaign in Canadian university history. University of Toronto’s president, David Naylor, kicked off the campaign at a spectacular ceremony at Convocation Hall on November 20, 2011.
A new student union campaign is spreading the love by uniting all UTSC students under one banner.
An historic agreement signed last November establishes the University of Toronto Scarborough as the primary research and education partner with Parks Canada, as the government agency prepares to open the new Rouge National Urban Park.
Paige Schultz thinks it was the cafeteria chicken patty that did it. But whatever caused her food poisoning in Guadalajara, it wasn’t enough to stop the UTSC swimmer from winning a bronze medal at the 2011 Pan American Games in the Mexican city.
A popular UTSC “survival skills” employment conference recently won high honours at the District II Accolades Awards competition sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
Legal battles over intellectual property often pit giant corporations against one another in multi-million dollar lawsuits. What can a philosopher hope to add?
A new student union campaign is spreading the love by uniting UTSC students under one banner. Launched in early November 2011, the 1 Love UTSC campaign aims to bring all UTSC students, including the myriad student groups, together into a single campus community.
Dining at Karaikudi Restaurant in Scarborough promises “the essence of South Indian cuisine.” But in fact, the restaurant, offers a spicy taste of the Columbian Exchange, one of the most dramatic exchanges of food and commodities—as well as disease—in human history.