Volume 29 Number 5 • McGill University, Montreal, Quebec • November 7, 1996

News and Features

TAs ask for arbitration

Promoting science earns Harpp national prize

Heaphy gives students the budget lowdown

Check this out

Margaret Gillett: a woman ahead of her time

Human lives more important than sovereignty

Savoie says HR, staff have to adjust to changing work environment

How to win friends in industry

Notes and Announcements

The Principal's column


News from the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research

Generosity at work

Making beautiful music together

Montreal Symphony violinist Eugene Husarak and McGill Smphony violinist Charles Pilon talk technique at a rehearsal for their combined concert last Sunday. The 160-strong joint orchestra performed Wagner's Ring under te baton of McGill's Timothy Vernon, while Charles Dutoit conducted the Mussorgsky/Ravel Pictures at an Exhibition. The crowd gav the musicians a standing ovation and one reviewer proclaimed the event spectacular