Concordia's Thursday Report Online  

Volume 27, No. 5, November 7, 2002


Performance art at The Dress Show
Justin Powlowski
Signing for new building.

Ellen Gallery suits up for The Dress Show.

Exhibit features fusion of dress, gender and identity.


left Biochemist's microbes gobble toxic chemicals.

Justin Powlowski examines the degradation by bacteria and fungi.

All systems go for integrated complex.

Concordia administrators signs on to new building.



      More articles   Regular Features
  Academic planning pays off, Lightstone says   Of Note
        At a Glance
  English struggles for class time in Quebec's French schools  


Friends may be best defense against childhood bullying   in Brief
        The Back Page
  Concordia wins gold medals  
  Conference explores women's role in integrated economy  
  Turning on a dime: Continuing Education  
  CU in Prague: Design for the Theatre program goes global  
  Fine arts flourish at McGill's Faculty of Medicine  


Pirates hurting music industry, speaker says

  Theatre student to act in Lepage production   Next issue: May 15, 2003
  Artists confront biotech ethics    
  Telephone was invented by Meucci, speaker says    
  MyConcordia portals experience increase in user volume    
  Student Life Awards honour leadership, teaching, service    
  Students under TV lights enjoy election day fever  
  French-language newspaper fights growing pains, for now    
  Russian hockey legends to face alumni team    
    Two programs offer choice of student advocates    
    Dagobert Broh left a legacy to history graduate students    
    Sports Hall of Fame grows at Concordia