Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 25, No. 15, April 26, 2001  
Loyola campus buildings
artist protests the FTAA
Ahmed Seffah

Plans for new buildings

The Board of Governors has formally approved the construction of Loyola Campus buildings.


Graphics found their voice at the Summit of the Americas

Design Art facilities opened their doors to European artists protesting the FTAA.

Ahmed Seffah is concerned with software usability

New r esearch leads to advances in ease-of-use and ease-of-learning of computer software.
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    Ted Little opens the theatre doors, lets in fresh air Regular Features
  Industry comes calling for S.V. Hoa's composite research Of Notes
      In Brief
  Harriet and Abe Gold thanked for $1 million gift At a Glance
  New challenges for academic planners
  Electronic scholarship is growing fast
  Joan Borsa explores contemporary curating
  Chapter of Phi Beta Delta here
  André Dudemaine is building the aboriginal film industry
  When does walking become a work of art?  
  Should prostitution be legalized? SCPA panel debates  
  Assimilation gives way to native self-government  
  Addiction experts here look cautiously at European “harm reduction”  
  Lawrence Kryzanowski appointed new chair in finance  
  Students explore culture through creative writing  
  Engineering student wins award for excellence  
    Engineering/Computer Science thanks outstanding staff members  
    Print-media artists raise cash for facilities  
    Varsity baseball is alive and well at Concordia  
    Stingers football hand out awards  
    Sports round-up