March 24, 2005

March 24, 2005 McGill University

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March 24, 2005 - Volume 37 Number 13
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The student strike

Owen Egan

Students gather in front of Premier Jean Charest's offices on McGill College Avenue on Wednesday, March 16, to protest the cuts to the provincial bursary program. The SSMU endorsed a voluntary one-day strike for that Friday, but a subsequent online plebiscite vetoed any further official action from McGill students, although the SSMU does strongly condemn the cuts.

Vinet crosses the mountain

Provost Luc Vinet bids farewell to McGill to take up the challenge of the rectorship of the Université de Montréal.

Sex and teens

Pediatrician Franziska Baltzer will speak on April 6 on everything you wanted to know about adolescent sex but were afraid to ask.

New AVP research
Janusz Kozinski takes the reins.

Town Hall goes west

The Principal takes her Town Hall show on the road.

Marketing the Wave

An innovative new program partners management students and General Motors in a marketing course for credit.

Normand Brathwaite: Branding a Quebec icon

The comedian and media personality visits the management faculty, and is impressed with McGill student pulchritude.

Mediating McGill

Dentistry professor and university ombudsperson Norman Miller is the first line of appeal for students — or anyone else who needs to take on McGill bureaucracy.

History of McGill

Peter McNally is adding a third volume to Stanley Frost's comprehensive history of McGill. He's looking to tap into the memories of staff and faculty.

In Focus

Sherwin Tjia, medical illustrator, is a modern-day Renaissance man. The Centre for International Sustainable Development Law takes its new book on tour.

Entre Nous with Principal Heather Munroe-Blum

The Principal discusses the Task Force on Student Life and Learning.

First person: The Sauvé experience

Shivangini Arora describes the good life she and 11 other students live as Sauvé scholars.

Around campus

Redpath curator Barbara Lawson talks about the kings of Egypt, The English department premieres the Gothic tragedy Orra by Joanna Baillie, Professor Gil Troy talks about the Reagan and the '80s, and the Montreal History Project don their zoot suits.

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