November 13, 2003

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November 13, 2003 - Volume 36 Number 05
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A veteran pins a poppy on a McGill student's bag

Owen Egan

We are the dead. Short days ago / We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, / Loved and were loved, and now we lie / In Flanders Fields. These words are part of the poem "In Flanders Fields" by Dr. John McCrae, which he hastily scribbled in 1915 during World War I. Three years later he died from complications due to pneumonia. McCrae was born and raised in Guelph, Ontario, and was a lecturer in pathology and medicine at McGill. At the Remembrance Day ceremony, run by the Students Society of McGill University in collaboration with McGill Administration, members of the McGill community proceeded from the Roddick Gates to the Arts Building for a short memorial service and two-minute silence.

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.

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.

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.

New president for SSMU

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

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.

Gender bender

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?

New professors

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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Policy Matters
Senate report: Senate discussed the policy on political events on campus and the planning cycle was explained by Provost Luc Vinet.
Market hits pensions: Canadian universities have seen their pension funds take a hit in the recent economic downturn.

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