Volume 46 | Number 6 | March 23, 2000

Profile . In Memoriam . Digest . Letters to the Editor . Calendar

Historian to study treaty court cases

UBC history Prof. Arthur Ray will provide an important global perspective for Canada's complex and contentious aboriginal and treaty rights.

Students honour unsung campus heroes for service

In a high-calorie celebration, members of the campus community with a big appetite for helping students recently received Just Desserts Awards that recognize outstanding service at UBC.

Maestro stages masterpiece

Music Prof. James Fankhauser has perfected a touch over 35 years which has been described as "a kind of alchemy."
A pinnacle of the mentor and elite conductor's career will be a performance of Bach's challenging choral masterpiece, the Mass in B minor, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. and March 26 at 3 p.m. in the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Keyboard Wizard links kids with computers

He hasn't built a better mouse, or trap, but the world will beat a path to Marv Westrom's door.

CUPE agreements ratified by Board

UBC's Board of Governors has ratified three-year collective agreements with three Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) locals on campus that allow for general wage increases of zero per cent in the first two years and a two per cent increase in the final year.

Facilities focus on heart disease care

The beat goes on for patients using two new heart disease facilities at St. Paul's Hospital.

Engineering team revs up in bid for design finish line

For a dedicated group of engineering students, the hours that they spend tinkering on a race car are not only fun but may also help them gain invaluable hands-on skills and experience that potential employers covet.

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