Re:New is the alumni and friends magazine of New College at the University of Toronto, published annually by the Office of Advancement at NEW.

Re:New Magazine 2017 Cover

Who K(NEW)?

Who and what make New College tick? In the fifth issue of Re:New, we looked for the stories less often told.

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Lakshmi Sadhu

Dear Me,

A letter to my 18-year-old self
Lakshmi Sadhu (New ’17) looks back at her undergraduate years to pass on some pieces of advice in a letter addressed to her younger self just entering university.

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Julia Al Akaila

A Don’s Life

The former residence don Julia Al Akaila (New ’17) discusses the rewards and challenges of a role essential to student success and community building at New College.

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Sous-chef Fitzroy Atkinson in the kitchen.

On the Menu:

Behind the scenes in the New College cafeteria kitchen
What does it take to keep a busy dining hall kitchen running smoothly seven days a week? We talked to Chef James Piggott about people, scale and operational finesse.

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NEW Faces:

Behind the scenes of our busy college
New College caretaking staff offer their thoughts on work satisfaction, downtime off the job and what it means to lead the good life.

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Lori Stahlbrand in a community garden on Huron Street.

What’s NEW About Food Equity?

Lori Stahlbrand, New College’s first food equity coordinator, who now coordinates the work of the Toronto Food Policy Council, speaks to why we should think carefully about food.

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Remains of a headless medieval stone angel.

Of Angels, Space and Place

What does a medieval sculpture of an angel anchored to the wall in Wetmore Lounge reveal about New College?

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Robed New College students trowing their bachelor's hoods into the air.

A Year in the Life of NEW

A look back in pictures at some of the main alumni and friends events at New College between October 2016 and September 2017.

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