Volume 46 | Number 6 | March 23, 2000
UBC history Prof. Arthur Ray will provide an important global perspective
for Canada's complex and contentious aboriginal and treaty rights.
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.
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.
He hasn't built a better mouse, or trap, but the world will beat a path to
Marv Westrom's door.
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.
The beat goes on for patients using two new heart disease facilities at St.
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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