Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 26, No. 5, November 8. 2001  
Melissa Lieberman
Paul Widden
Lois Baron

Melissa Lieberman wins gold medal

Psychologist awarded the 2001 Governor’s General Gold Medal.


Forests, city buildings linked by unseen fungi

Fungal life forms cause sick building syndrome: Paul Widden.

Kids hate phys ed? Make it fun, says Lois Baron

A variety of activities can help children find their niche.
      More articles: Regular Features
  Graduate diploma attracts bright students in mid-career In Brief
      Names in the News
  History shows Afghans are formidable foes: Professor John Hill Letters
  Glass is both half-empty, half-full: Maclean’s magazine survey preview Of Note
      In Memoriam
  A passion for equality and social justice: honorary doctorate recipient
  Concordia leads Euro-Canadian program on Net transactions  
  University revises transfer of fees
  Native artists in Canada at a time of change


  Student revives ancient textile arts in Bangladesh
  Jeri Brown’s students love the chance to jazz it up
  Concordia’s open house draws 2,000 visitors  
  Prometheus pairs students with high-schoolers at risk  
  Wacky wordsmith wows with wit and woe  
  Does global business alleviate or aggravate poverty?  
  Law and Order’s René Balcer on inspiration, actors, and confidence  
  Enterprising student wants to give the Web a Canadian face  
  Students are stakeholders in safety  
    Third consecutive rugby victory; football and soccer seasons close  
    Nick Galbraith second in golf provincials  
    Concordia Student Union election set for November 27-29