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Dining at McGill solicits views from across campus

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

The Dining-at-McGill Advisory Committee is asking for submissions.

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McGill beefing up campus security

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

University Security Services have beefed up their patrols.

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McGill Trivia Contest winners

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

The third annual McGill Trivia Contest raised nearly $400 for Centraide.

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Carol Abbott: Polices theses

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

What happens once a graduate thesis is submitted? It may end up in the hands of Carol Abbott.

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Foundations: The man who killed Houdini

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

An excerpt from the forthcoming "The Man Who Killed Harry Houdini," by Don Bell. The man in question was McGill theology student James Whitehead.

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Tony Masi: Creating information technology teams

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

The Deputy Provost and Chief Information Officer on the changing role of information technology at the University.

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TLC for library collections

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

As McGill's library collection ages and grows, storing and caring for several million items to maximize their lifespan is increasingly important. Preservation librarian Ann Marie Holland is on the job.

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Director faces his critics

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

Peter Greenaway was in town to premiere his "Tulse Luper Suitcases" trilogy, and met with students of Professor Norman Cornett's Lens of Humanity course.

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Honouring Joni

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

McGill awards famed songstress Joni Mitchell an honorary degree and makes her work the subject of a day-long symposium.

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Libeskind and the architecture of optimism

Thu, 2004-10-28 (All day)

One of the few architects in the world with pop-culture name recognition, Daniel Libeskind recently spoke at McGill on his recent projects and the place of architecture in society.

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