February 7, 2008

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February 7, 2008 - Volume 40 Number 11
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Katisha (Christina Holmes) tries to throttle Ko Ko (Jonathan Patterson) after she learns he has executed the son of the Mikado during the McGill Savoy Society's production of The Mikado. The production will run from Feb. 7-16. For more information or to reserve tickets go to www.mcgillsavoy.ca.

Owen Egan

Katisha (Christina Holmes) tries to throttle Ko Ko (Jonathan Patterson) after she learns he has executed the son of the Mikado during the McGill Savoy Society's production of The Mikado. The production will run from Feb. 7-16. For more information or to reserve tickets go to www.mcgillsavoy.ca.

Are we American?

The annual MISC conference will gather cultural leaders from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

Founder's Day at Mac

What's green, growing and more vibrant than ever at 101 years old? Why, Macdonald Campus, of course.

Growing older, growing stronger: Mac turns 101

Welcome to Macdonald Campus, where the key word is "growth."

A river (of passion) runs through her

Canadian activist Maude Barlow delivers Mac's Founder's Day speech.

Brilliance in business
The Desautels Faculty of Management honours five of Canada's top business leaders.

Headliners: From Stanley Cups and Super Bowls to deep, deep thoughts

Lots of sports, a smattering of video games and one of the world's top philosophers.

P.O.V.: Lifestyles of the rich and famous; why do we care?

Tom Mole, assistant professor in the Department of English, tells us that our obsession with Britney and Paris has precedents that are centuries old.

Profile - Lambert Chen: Accidental musician has big plans

So he's just won the "Stanley Cup of classical music." What's Lambert Chen to do for an encore?

McGill web gems: Words vs. games

Vocabulary survey takes on the McCord.

Green Corner: Recycling stations

In the first installment of this new regular feature, we learn what can and can't be recycled.

Entre Nous with Sylvia Franke, Chief Information Officer: Old school excellence delivered by new school technology

She went from Toronto bike courier to lawyer to McGill's Chief Information Officer. She's Sylvia Franke and she has a high-tech story to tell.

Cobbett hops "on board" as Vice-Chair, BoG

The Board of Governors gets a new Vice-Chair.

McGillians up for Junos
We're a very musical bunch, indeed.

Who you gonna call? 3000!

The University Safety unit will soon issue an emergency measures guide.

Le français sur la sellette à la Francofête

À la Francofête les Mcgillois ont eu l'occasion de participer à une foule d'événements.

Research and Discovery: The language that wasn't

More than 30 years ago, Lise Winer fell in love with Trinidadian English Creole. Now she's getting ready to publish a dictionary of it.

Kudos
A trio of McGillians make our kudos list this issue.

Around campus
Wolves and pyramids and a whole lot of stuff in between.


Lise Cobitz

Neale McDevitt

HEWER OF WOOD

Lise Cobitz, U3 Human Nutrition and a member of the Macdonald Campus women's woodsmen team, takes a mighty swing during the Standing Block Chop competition during Mac's 48th annual Woodsmen Competition. The Mac men and women finished second in their respective team competitions.


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