Concordia's Thursday Report Online 
   Volume 27, No. 2, September 26, 2002  
Students watch protesters
Reeta Tremblay
Stephen Heighton

Board seeks to defuse tensions

A cooling-off period on Israel-Palestine issues begins. (Above, students watch the Sept. 9 protest)


Political Science gains a new vitality

Bids fair to become one of Canada’s top three: Chair Reeta Tremblay

Novelist-poet takes up residence

Author Stephen Heighton to coach Concordia creative writing students.

      More articles: Regular Features
  Research awards across the university In Brief
  New Research Chair in Management studies absence from work Senate
  Extreme behaviour hurts the cause: Opinion by Dr. Frank Chalk Letters
      Of Note
  Canada Foundation for Innovation grant for study on exercise The Back Page
  In the heyday of cold fusion — Bart Simon’s underground research
  Lost works by Anne Savage now belong to Concordia
  New director of Hexagram welcomes more partners on board

Next issue: October 10, 2002

  Part-time faculty across the continent walk the walk
  Academic Hearing Panel makes appeal for faculty members
  Concordia students finalist for Forces Avenir awards  
  ‘Free-speech’ protest by student union set for Monday  
  Fighting words on academic jargon: Lahey lecture  
  Stinger athletes on the go  
  Keeping an eye on the horizon for new athletic facilities