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Find It McGill links resources

A new library software program makes one-stop research possible. Find It McGill links databases, electronic journals, and the online catalogue.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Help for Arts internships

The Faculty of Arts has set up a dedicated internship office to assist students in finding work experience in their field.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Award-winning teachers

Fifteen McGill teachers have been recognized by the departments, faculties and students as outstanding pedagogues in their fields. They share their motivations, favourite memories, and on-screen and real life inspirations.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Mars Attacks

Arkani-Hamed will deliver a lecture on January 28 that will introduce audiences to the latest on the red planet. Liberally illustrated with photos from NASA, he will take us on a guided tour of Mars's topography, surface layering and other factors that explain the continuing evolution of Mars.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Faculty mixer

Undergraduates will be able to put a little Bio into their Byron with a new degree that will start accepting students in September. The BASC blends courses from the Arts and Sciences to provide a flexible interdisciplinary learning experience.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Sauvé scholars speak out: Cambodia

Sauvé Scholars Speak Out is a series of talks that will occur for the rest of the semester. Ten of the 14 scholars will address topics from their home countries. The first talk is "Will there be a fair Khmer Rouge Tribunal?" Panel discussion led by Ana Nov, from Cambodia.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Muscles and space missions

If we're going to put a man on Mars we have to be ready for the effect of prolonged weightlessness on the human body – a subject Douglas Watt, director of the Aerospace Medical Research Unit has been studying for a long time.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

The Cirque du Soleil scene

There won't be fire-breathers or acrobats, but the circus is coming to town. Luc Plamondon, v.p. production, and his assistant, Gabriel Pinkstone from the famed Montreal troupe Cirque du Soleil, will be speaking about architecture and scenography at McGill on February 3.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Energy week

Turn off the lights on your way out! McGilll marks its first Energy Week, where conservation is the name of the game.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

Students with axes to grind

At the Canadian Intercollegiate Lumberjack Championships, college students from across Eastern Canada and New England will forgo the cold to compete in an array of timbersports: the axe throw, the standing block chop, log decking and the cross-cut saw. Wood chips will fly, logs will roll and lumberjacks and lumberjills will most likely leave with some scrapes and bruises.

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Published on : 22 Jan 2004

MUNACA deal

The administration and its clerical union have agreed on a new five year contract that leaves both sides happy.

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Published on : 08 Jan 2004

Seana Pasic: Back to Basics

Seana Pacic shared in a Gemini Award for her work on the documentary War Babies – a subject close to home, for the Sarajevo native.

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Published on : 08 Jan 2004

University resolve

Another year, another resolution – we ask around campus to find out how you are going to make 2004 a better year.

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Published on : 08 Jan 2004

Principal's prized professors

A prof in a tank, a ranting psychologist, a physicist with a lead brick and the man from Brynania are the four winners of the 2003 Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching.

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Published on : 08 Jan 2004

A meeting of religious minds

The Spanish city of Seville was the setting for an interfaith discussion on how religion can increase tolerance. Dean of Religious Studies Barry Levy was central to the planning of the international gathering.

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Published on : 08 Jan 2004