‘Tis the season…for ghost stories
UTSC Connect brings alumni of all years together on versatile, virtual hub
Stephanie Geddes (BA UTSC 1968; M. Ed 1987) graduated from the very first class at UTSC. It was a tight-knit community, she recalls, where everyone knew each other, and today, she misses those friends.
Through a third eye: Alum Kevin Proulx explored his complex Indigenous ancestry through photography
Kevin Proulx (BA UTSC 1992) revealed an eye for the visionary at a young age. At 18, Proulx reached out to – and interviewed – some of the world’s most beloved science fiction and fantasy authors: Clive Barker and George R. R.
First Person: Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux on Truth and Reconciliation, historic trauma and the value of mentors
F. T. Metcalf Award holds open doors for scholars of women’s studies, history
Fourteen years on, Dr. Mary Anne Chambers’ gift to the Imani Academic Mentorship Program continues a legacy of recognition and empowerment
In 2007, the Toronto District School Board issued a census which demonstrated that Black youth faced significantly greater barriers to success at school compared to their no
3 UTSC projects that support Scarborough’s food scene, tackle food insecurity
Once a best-kept secret, word is getting out that Scarborough is home to a unique, international and burgeoning food scene.
LGBTQ2S+ Mentors Help Students Navigate Complex Identities: Ryan Pierce
Ryan Pierce believes that mentors can offer invaluable supports for students who could face additional complexities and challenges in the workplace (and life, and career aspirations) due to their gender and sexual identification.