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October 22, 1998      Vol. 23      No. 4

-Space plan moves ahead
-Low turnout here for national student protest
-Michel Laroche joins largest association of psychologists
-Measuring research's impact
-Memory, history and national perspective
-At a Glance
-Shakespearean actor is much in demand
-Fast response to stranded students
-Approved by the Pentagon
-Between two galleries
-48 hours of brain sex
-Concordia active in sexuality research
-New program in sexuality is interdisciplinary, and open to all
-Students design government-sponsored Web site
-Concordians help out new Ontario art school
-Early diagnosis of mental illness is crucial
-Global crisis affects world's poor
-Another perspective on the Renaissance
-Practise those scales
-Wicked little plays at the D.B. Clarke
-It will be a Banner year
-Hazardous waste finds a safe home
-Soccer star brightens Stingers roster
-In Brief
-Of Note
-The Back page

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