Winter 2000-2001

Winter 2000-2001 McGill University

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Taking McGill to Market

Can university research pay off? If so, who'll get rich? A look at how McGill projects are spinning off into the private sector with the help of the Office of Technology Transfer.

Game Over

Coach Charlie Baillie is a McGill icon whose name has become synonymous with Redmen football. After nearly 30 years, he says goodbye.

Manifestation 101 : les étudiants remontent aux barricades

Les activistes étudiants descendent dans la rue pour dénoncer à l'unisson ce qu'ils considèrent comme le fléau de l'heure : la mondialisation.

Right Place, Right Time

Dean of Law Peter Leuprecht quit a prestigious post at the Council of Europe in protest over human rights violations by member states. The worldly Leuprecht, who will preside at upcoming Cambodian war crimes, says McGill's history of human rights advocacy and bold new law programme make it the perfect place for him to be headquartered.

Editor's Notebook
Another worldwide issue

Readers respond to Dr. Clarfield's epilogue and a return to Dawson

A new building for IT, Get me to the campus on time, Mad Dog O'Neill goes to the NBA, Fourth rock from the sun

Q & A
In conversation with Dr. Mark Wainberg, BSc'66, AIDS researcher

Alumni activities
Homecoming highlights

Alumni in action
A letter from the Middle East

Adam Gopnik, McGill Jazz Orchestra, Jan Wong


In Memoriam

Malls, Marketing and Main Street

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