Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 25, No. 7, December 7, 2000  

John Molson School of Business launched with $10 million gift

The Faculty of Commerce and Administration has been renamed for the founder of one of Montréal’s greatest business dynasties.


Concordia responds to secularization of the school system

The Department of Theological Studies prepares Montreal-area “spiritual community animators” for the pluralistic classroom.

Robert Majzels finds focus in Beijing

Creative writing professor Robert Majzels heard about his Governor-General’s Literary Award by e-mail.
  More articles:    
    Poet Stephanie Bolster shares her insight Regular Features:
  Environmental engineering gets a gleaming new lab At a Glance
      Senate Notes
  Suen and Hoa appointed Concordia Research Chairs In Brief
      Of Note
  Alumni visits in L.A., Vancouver, and Hong Kong Staffworks
  Over $65,000 raised for Centraide
  Jennifer Willet took her art to Brunei
  AIDS interns deepen their learning by helping others
  Richard Kerr retrospective
  Concordia's UFE pass rate: 94.5 per cent  
  Chinese finance workshop  
  Dscar Peterson Concert Hall has pristine aural clarity—and parking  
  Jeri Brown puts her past into her students’ performance  
  Interns of colour do fundraising for change  
  Residence Assistants: Dedicated to enriching the first-year experience  
  Thanks to Media Labs, student screens film at Excentris  
    Seniors love to learn with young people  
    Raiomond Mirza pursues his own musical path  
    Bowlathon nets $7,800 for scholarship fund  
    Play wins praise  
    CSU assembly ignites passions  
    Visiting journalists describe Kosovo media’s growing pains  
    Stingers round-up  
    Skiing is believing, as new team waits for snow  
    Ski club starts just for fun  
    Concordia leads in drama therapy  
    Students do well in HR games