U of T Mississauga principal Deep Saini (left centre) and Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion (right centre) led the U of T Mississauga team during the Oct. 2 Run for the Cure in Mississauga. (photo by Sue Prior)
Students from the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work teamed up for the CIBC Run for the Cure. Pictured (l to r) are: Melissa Greaves (a ringer from Continuing Studies); Kayla Patchett; Stefanie Bultje; Caitlin French; and Emma Talifer. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas)
Fourth-year English and philosophy student Chantal Madray was one of many runners at Oct. 2's CIBC Run for the Cure who donned pink costumes, symbolizing the fight against breast cancer. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas)
Thousands of runners and walkers lined up near Hart House Circle for the start of the Toronto Run for the Cure. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas)
King's College Circle was filled with runners and walkers preparing to take part in the Oct. 2 Run for the Cure. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas)
Chloe, daughter of staff member Brenda Ichikawa, teases Tony Gray, special adviser to the president, as they man the U of T tent at the 2011 Run for the Cure on the St. George campus. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas)
A team of U of T’s medical and dental students and friends raised more than $6,000 for Run for the Cure. (photo courtesy of Diana Alli)
First-year student Dinosha Ravichondra stops by the CIBC Run for The Cure registration table at Sid Smith Hall Sept. 14 to get information about the upcoming run on October 2. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas) See more Run for the Cure photos.
Chancellor David Peterson and his wife Shelley display the running shoes they have decorated for the 2011 Run for the Cure. Shoes decorated by celebrities will be displayed at the Bata Shoe Museum. (photo by Caz Zyvatkauskas)
Postdoctoral Fellow Christopher Charles, from U of T's Isotrace Laboratory, shares his tales of space rocks at a free public lecture—the latest in the Our Planet in Focus series jointly presented by the University of Toronto and Toronto Public Libraries.