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A Letterman list
Top 10 reasons for the administration's closing of Concordia's Ecotoxicology Program:
10. Dignitaries exhausted by hand shaking of Ecotoxicology
9. Graduate science programs must be neither popular with female students nor fiscally
8. Concordia is not in the business of providing knowledge, skills and tools that enable science students to enter the workplace.
7. A devilishly clever tactic
6. Puts correct meaning to the word, fresh, as in Fresh Ideas of the administration, i.e. "having little or no experience, raw (Webster)."
5. It's a power trip to defy the
4. It shows verve to mock Concordia's commitment to the Talloires Declaration.*
3. This closing doesn't hurt the friends of key administrators; in fact, it immensely pleases some.
2. Either God or China will save the environment.
1. McGill doesn't have an ecotox- icology program. How dare Concordia!
*The Rector signed this international agreement in 1995, committing Concordia to expand options in environmental education for its students and to integrate a sound environmental philosophy into all its operations.
Perry D. Anderson, PhD,