Volume 30: 1997-1998

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Volume 30: 1997-1998

May 28, 1998

Convocation Supplement | Education gets new dean | Sleeping with the enemy? | Nortel winners | Atlantis Project proposes tutorials as answer to student alienation | Listening to the voices for change | Learning on the job | Music, science, sports and more for kids this summer at McGill | Young and educated use food banks | Buddhism gets a boost | Once a cop, now a science education enthusiast | Debut for disabilities seminar | New students' council at Macdonald

May 7, 1998

Fine tuning for Engineering | Busy summer ahead | How to make your case in Quebec City | Stress linked to memory loss | Real world research | Awake under the knife | Reforms at gunpoint

April 23, 1998

Union mounts pressure campaign | Dynamic scholar wanted | Reluctant poet shines | In the NICT of time | Avi Friedman's revolution | Professor Barbara Sourkes | Liberals face future

April 9, 1998

Budget to run deficit | Big changes to law program | A good deal or a dangerous threat: Sparks fly at MAI debate | Turning four into one: Hugh Scott's challenge as director of the MUHC | Rotblat's message | Security says... | People to turn to | Grammy-award winning teachers

March 26, 1998

Nurses, universities angered by government plan | SSMU's new slate | Able assistant for academics | Our own worst enemy | A model worth copying? | Deliberate deception: Magician targets psychic frauds

March 12, 1998

Teaching assistants ratify first collective agreement | MRC increase raises morale | Dream teams, drugs and dubious judging | Gifts mark rebirth for Jewish Studies | Canadian poets get helping hand | Senate: Spreading cuts | Teaching and Technology Supplement

February 26, 1998

Bookstore contract signed | Perform better, says Marois | Budget generates heat | Human rights battles are being lost | Students appeal tuition ruling | Supplying capitalist know-how to communist China | Delivering opportunities to your desktop | Sparks are flying for Steacie winner

February 12, 1998

Alternative budget urges less conservative approach | Former principal brought change | Young people hampered by unemployment, political divisions | Hard road ahead for Eastern Europe | Prized partnership keeps on rolling | Senate: School of Environment gets go-ahead

January 29, 1998

Shapiro talks tough | McGill pours millions into Quebec economy | First Peoples House open for business | Federal research code nears approval | "Scientist of the year" studies lifestyle diseases | Storm lessons

January 22, 1998

Special Issue: Aftermath of the ice storm
Blue collar heroes kept McGill going | Catch-up days added at the end of the term | Students keep their spirits up, help others in need | Macdonald Campus relatively unscathed | Staff, students find shelter in the storm

December 11, 1997

Differential tuition on trial | New VP named | Two outstanding scholars honoured with Prix du Québec | Innovative plan for new school generates "tremendous excitement | Commissioners were "incredibly naive" admits Desbarats | Laval, McGill form national test centre | McGill hosts Christian leader

November 20, 1997

Whew! Redmen take title | Maclean's rankings released | Top talent drawn to McGill centre | Senate: Cheating the cheaters | Special teaching Supplement

November 6, 1997

Mouvement Desjardins boosts Quebec Studies program | Ricard up for award | Few sour notes in report on music programs | MBA moving east | New light on language | Scaling the heights of his profession | A career of compassion

October 23, 1997

Shapiro, Martin face off | Three Networks lose funding | Big payoffs possible from new foundation | From McGill to Mexico: Grow Home heads south | Getting high on gambling | Convocation honorees | Immigration and the political dilemma | Senate: Bookstore again dominates discussion

October 9, 1997

Tackling student debt | Bookstore debate continues | Rethink research, Bélanger urges | Getting sick in space | McGill helping Russia to reform civil code | Mapping the future of our cities | Senate: Bookstore deal debated in Senat

September 25, 1997

McGill, Concordia pool purchasing | No deal yet, says Heaphy | Laughing at the Leacock | Saturn serves students | Battered Red Cross looks to the future | What is the right size for McGill | Senate: Sexual harassment policies reviewed

September 11, 1997

Differential tuition drains resources, draws lawsuit | Shapiro to head CREPUQ | A Nobel gesture | A world-wide welcome | The principal's perspective | Professor of the year takes the sting out of statistics | The biology of pain | A rethought Reporter

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