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Deck the halls

Decorate your house at the Arboretum

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Published on : 27 Nov 2003

Steering success: Roulet's challenge

Nigel Roulet wasn't asking for the job, but the new director of the McGill School of the Environment, but he has big plans for the future.

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Published on : 27 Nov 2003

Google not run by magical goblins

You may know how to read and use a computer, but are you information literate?

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Published on : 27 Nov 2003

McGill Book Fair - co-sponsored by the Women Associates of McGill

A McGill and Montreal tradition since 1971. Book sale proceeds are used to fund scholarships for McGill students. Prices are the best in the city, starting at 25 cents for some books. Cash only. Co-sponsored by the McGill Women's Alumnae Association and the Women Associates of McGill. October 22-23, 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. Redpath Hall, 861 Sherbrooke Street West.

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Published on : 19 Nov 2003

Islamist web sites: A sociolinguistic analysis

The Institute of Islamic Studies and the Translation Studies Program are pleased to invite you to a lecture in English by Mathieu Guidère of Université Lumière Lyon 2 and CREC Saint-Cyr. Thursday November 27, 2003. 7 pm. Room 232, Stephen Leacock Building

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Published on : 19 Nov 2003

Langue et sécurité: quel est le rôle de l'université?

A lecture by Mathieu Guidère of Université Lumière Lyon 2 and CREC Saint-Cyr, sponsored by the Department of Translation. Wednesday November 26, 6 p.m.

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Published on : 19 Nov 2003

Laughter in the dark

Black Comedy, directed by Emma Tibaldo, November 12-15 and 19-22, 8 pm. Moyse Hall. Reservations: 398-6070, $10 adults, $5 students, seniors.

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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

Hands-on competition

Rock crushes Scissors, Scissors cut Paper. Paper covers Rock, and Morris Popowich covers the 2003 Rock Paper Scissors Championship for the McGill Reporter, and tries to cut through the cloud of myth that surrounds the primordial simplicity of "RPS."

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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

Inside Sauvé House

More than a dozen ambitious students from around the world are the first Sauvé Scholars at McGill. The international group comes from around the world for a new program that aims to expand their understanding of the world.

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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

21st-century machine shop

Mighty oaks from tiny acorns grow, and acorns don't get much smaller than the materials that will built at the Tools for Nanoscience Facility, opened November 10 in the Rutherford and Wong buildings.

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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

McGill rises in Maclean's

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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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

What's gnu at McGill

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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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

New President for SSMU

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

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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

Trading nations: Fulbrights and McGill

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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Published on : 13 Nov 2003

Where have all the boys gone?

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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Published on : 13 Nov 2003