Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 26, No. 3, October 11, 2001  
Sabrina Stea
Bill Vorn
Gary Kynoch

Angry students at CSU assembly

Business, engineering students outvote CSU’s activist agenda. (Above, President Sabrina Stea)


Attacks an abrupt economic check

The attacks were a catalyst for economic slowdown, not a root cause, says Kryzanowski.

Pinning down the origins of petroleum

Yves Gélinas makes a breakthrough in marine organic chemistry.
      More articles: Regular Features
  Science complex will bring scientists together In Brief
      Names in the News
  Care of the environment overdue Letters
  Concordia libraries gain respite from the soaring cost of journals Of Note
      The Back Page
  Major donors take a wait-and-see attitude
  War hero’s legacy helps foreign students  
  Icelandic sagas presented to Concordia
  Good business has the human touch


  Charitable giving brings tremendous benefits to all
  A banner effort for peace and tolerance on campus
  Reparations for past slavery face legal and economic hurdles  
  Turmoil at Durban conference yielded some positive results  
  Falling into war is a danger for emerging democracies  
  Claudine Monteil et Simone de Beauvoir : féministes de la première heure  
  The School of Business launches certificate program in e-business  
  China struggling with capitalism  
  Journalists grapple with post-traumatic stress  
    Toastmasters takes the horror out of public speaking  
    Butt out with help from friends at work  
    Suicide alluring to the depressed: psychologist  
    Fraternities gentler, but not pushovers  
    Tomorrow’s School Today project is expanding