September 22, 2005

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September 22, 2005 - Volume 38 Number 03
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Cover boy Murray McKay does his Paris runway model act for a freehand drawing class for architecture students. Part of the School of Architecture's curriculum since it opened in 1896, 'life drawing' is designed to develop in students a love of drawing and an appreciation for its power as a mechanism for understanding the world.
Owen Egan

Sports complex flexes muscle


Pilates enthusiasts, martial artists and barbell devotees have a vastly improved space in which to practice at McGill's Fitness Centre. Plus, just how did an architect become interim athletics director?

Katrina's victims welcomed


New Orleans' Tulane University students to study at McGill until their school reopens.

O'Brien invests in human rights


Philanthropist and Faculty of Law alumnus David O'Brien creates major fellowship awards for new McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.

Sex and the city


Novelist William Weintraub takes on McGill and Montreal in the '40s with a bit of zip, bump 'n' grind.

Everything you wanted to know about… just about everything


Classes Without Quizzes needn't intimidate those returning to school for the first time in decades for Homecoming. As well, the fun and educational lectures are open to all the McGill community.

Sounds of the future


McGill's Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology will scale new heights of digital expertise and plumb new depths of sound understanding.

Legacy of exploration and discovery


The Faculty of Arts has launched an interdisciplinary program for undergrads. The pleasure will clearly be in the voyage, not the destination.

Sept. 14 Senate: Librarian tenure, sexual diversity and human rights


The first session of the academic year saw vigorous discussion over the tenure process of librarians, and shoo-in approval for a minor in sexual diversity and a new centre for human rights and legal pluralism.

Fiske plugs McGill


The Fiske Guide to Colleges gives McGill an enthusiastic thumbs-up.



Letters

In focus
Student and staffer Joseph Kimani swims against the tide at world championships; how to get worms to turn garbage into fertilizing gold


Janine Schmidt, Trenholme Director of Libraries
Books, e-zones and beyond Google: Schmidt talks about the many developments at McGill libraries.

Around campus
McLennan illuminated; Remembering amnesia saga; March of 1,000 umbrellas; Public experiments, private doubts; Parent of Pi


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