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Current Edition: Friday, November 28, 1997
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The College of Education is once again in the news.
The provincial media gave big play last week to some figures that appeared
in the November 24 Maclean's survey of Canadian universities.
Last week, the Fees Authority, established in
August of 1996 to respond to student concern about the
proliferation of fees, announced the launch of a web site for the Central
Registry of Fees the compilation of fees (other than
tuition) that may be charged to students.
If you like saskatoon berries, Catherine Greuel has an offer you may not
be able to refuse.
The University has been bringing smiles to the faces of students and
teachers in inner city and disadvantaged schools in the
province by donating used computers.
Dr. Bruce Reeder, of Community Health and Epidemiology, has been receiving
a good deal of positive press in the past few months.
How about sending in suggestion box items for the University community
and/or the powers that be to consider? If there's enough response, we
could easily get a regular Suggestion Box feature running in On Campus
The Extension Division's University Extension Press has received two
Saskatchewan Book Awards for its recent publication Creating the Prairie
Xeriscape, by Sara Williams.
Two undergraduate teams sponsored by the Department of Computer Science
placed second and third at the Calgary site of the
ACM Rocky Mountain Scholastic Programming Contest on November 15.
After poring through thousands of photographs over several years, U of S
staffers Louise Barak and Betty Jantz have
produced a pictorial
book that presents the 90-year history of the University in
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