Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 27, No. 5, November 7, 2002  
Clarence Bayne and Julie Boivin

Concordia joins New Economy Initiative

Project on the rural economy could provide key solutions for dying towns


Concordia receives Canada Research Chair

Expert in mathematical number theory will join a thriving department

Mergers resisted: Appelbaum

Professor Steven Appelbaum points to the MUHC superhospital as an example



      More articles: Regular Features
  After one year of operation, ICAMER is taking off Of Note

Names in the News

  Frogs find a friend in Sylvia Ruby

Senate Notes

  Quebec Superior Court grants injunction Appointments
      In Brief
  Kyoto will cost us, says McGraw The Back Page
  CIADI trains students in aerospace design
  Engineering prof trucks safely
  Concordia wins half of du Maurier Arts Council grants

Next issue: December 5, 2002


When dancing was hell: Marathon ‘33 revisits Depression

  Journalist condemns 'weak' Western media
  Lt.-Governor Lise Thibault praises adult educators  
  CSU, MPs take to the street  
  Teaching English around the world  
  Bursaries make student exchanges hard to resist  
  Best Buddies rewards volunteers  
  Christie, Mackay are rugby All-Canadians  
  Stinger round-up: running back Paquette shines  
    Bearing it for Centraide