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McGill rises in Maclean's

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

McGill rose from third to second place in the annual Maclean's rankings of Canada's universities. University of Toronto came first in the medical/doctoral category.

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What's gnu at McGill

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

If you think some of the classes at McGill are full of animals, try the Canadian Field Studies in Africa, now run out of McGill.

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New President for SSMU

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Kate Rhodes is the newly elected president of the Students Society of McGill University.

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Trading nations: Fulbrights and McGill

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Joelle Schmitz is a Fulbright Scholar who recently arrived at McGill to study interprovincial and international trade. She's the 26th Fulbright scholar to study here.

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Where have all the boys gone?

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Now that McGill's student population has become 60% female at the undergraduate level, people are starting to ask why this is occurring and, more importantly, do we care?

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New professors

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

McGill hired a record 121 professors this year. We profile 8 who study memory, music, memory of music, management and more.

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Senate report

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Senate discussed the policy on political events on campus and the planning cycle was explained by Provost Luc Vinet.

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Market hits pensions

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Canadian universities have seen their pension funds take a hit in the recent economic downturn.

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Welcome to the jungle

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Justin Trudeau and Bill Richardson go a little wild.

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Human rights in Cambodia

Thu, 2003-11-13 (All day)

Former Dean of Law Peter Leuprecht has a unique perspective on the Southeast Asian country, which since 1993 has been returning to some semblance of normalcy. Leuprecht, Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Human Rights in Cambodia will discuss the country's situation from the fall of the Khmer Rouge to the present.

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