For Ramana, graduation is bittersweet. “I’m happy and proud to be graduating,” she says. “But I’m also sad to be leaving. I absolutely loved being at U of T.”

New College is thrilled to have Masai Ujiri receive a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, from the University of Toronto at New College’s Convocation ceremony on June 24, 2022.

Mikayla Redden, a librarian at New College, is part of a tri-campus movement within U of T Libraries to change language and practices used by libraries and archives worldwide to describe items related to Indigenous Peoples

New College is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Professor Marieme Lo as Director of African Studies, for a five-year term

New College is delighted to announce this year’s winner of the Kathleen O’Connell Award:  Professor Bernardo Garcia-Dominguez.

New College is delighted to announce that Brenda Registe is the recipient of the 2022 Dean’s Distinguished Long Service Award.

On May 3rd 2022 , the Critical Studies in Equity and Solidarity program had the great honor and privilege of hosting Elaine Brown, former Minister of Information, Chairman, and leader of the Black Panther Party.

African Studies and New College are delighted to announce the hiring of Dr. Nisrin Elamin, 75% anthropology/25% African Studies/New College.

Professor Dickson Eyoh will be the Acting Principal of New College effective July 1, 2022 until June 30, 2023.

This year’s symposium will utilize art and performance to demonstrate resilience, transformation, and hope. Submissions are due April 22.