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Doors open wide to graduates of Commerce's management program

At 33, UBC Commerce graduate Jacki Hoffman-Zehner is one of the youngest people to make managing director at one of the most prestigious investment banks in New York, Goldman-Sachs.

Then there's Paul Lee. At 34, he's the Burnaby-based senior vice-president and chief operating officer for Worldwide Studios, Electronic Arts. For the past two years, the company, headquartered in California, has led Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft in computer game sales.

Student to be B.C.'s Rhodes Scholar

UBC Physics graduate student Murray McCutcheon is B.C.'s latest Rhodes Scholar.

Watch for UBC Reports reader survey next issue

A reader survey will appear in the next issue of UBC Reports.

Copies will also be distributed to faculty, staff and members of the community by mail.

Shuttle blasts student research into space

UBC Radiology resident Kevin Forkheim's research is really taking off -- into space, that is.

Forkheim's osteoporosis research project was recently blasted into orbit aboard NASA's space shuttle Discovery.

Student workshop set to improve tolerance

Despised, scorned and denied respect.

These words from Canada's criminal code describe the victims of hate crime, the focus of a new program offered by the Women Students' Office (WSO).

Wreck to give lessons in literary life

A new all-student literary magazine with a catchy title is coming to UBC in the new year.

Wreck magazine will feature the best in UBC student creative writing and visual art.

Achieving alumni sought for awards

UBC's Alumni Association is seeking nominations for its 1999 Alumni Achievement Awards.

The awards recognize the outstanding achievement of UBC graduates or honorary alumni whose work in research, civic, business, arts, community or athletic activities have reflected well on the university.