Volume 29 - Number 15 - Thursday, April 24, 1997




NEWS & FEATURES

Report finds Quebec's universities in crisis

Possible relief on Bill 104

Above and beyond: Dedication earns service awards

Agreeing to disagree

In Memoriam: Benjamin Freedman

Staff program gets pretty good grades

Xerox, Macintosh paid price for playing it safe

Expanding role keeps new alumni association director on the go

Has nuclear nightmare really ended

Mastering your own web page

Exam teaches students a lesson



NOTES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Senate highlights

Letters

Kudos

News for the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research



PEOPLE & PLACES



EVENTS



Campus taken by storm

Making sure that April lived up to poet T.S. Eliot's description of it as the cruelest month, winter took a swipe at the city last Friday--even James McGill seemed to be bracing himself. In the same verse of his epic The Waste Land, Eliot refers to lilacs and spring rain--wouldn't we all welcome a little more of that kind of cruelty!

[ PHOTO: OWEN EGAN ]




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