March 10, 2000 Volume 7, Number 12


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Officers like Health & Safety report; U. asks Justice for pepper spray

The U of S’s 27 security officers, now well into their seventh week of a work slowdown over safety concerns, are feeling vindicated by a Feb. 25 provincial Occupational Health and Safety report that says their job does pose "an inherent and unusual danger for the officers".

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Will budget show gov’t. plans for Nursing?

Despite months of asking the provincial government for some indication of what resources would be offered to help the University deal with a major government-inspired jump in its September 2001 nursing enrolment, the U of S still has no reply.

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Engineering grad donates $2.5m to U of S

An engineering grad who has gone on to become a major figure on the world Internet development scene returned to the U of S March 1 to give his alma mater $2.5 million – the biggest single gift ever made by an individual alumnus to the University of Saskatchewan.

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‘Twinning’ with Vietnam

U of S engineering students – and identical twins – Chris and Curtis Kelln, take time out during their recent trip to Vietnam as part of a delegation of U of S engineering students to that country, to visit with three sets of identical twins at the Birla Orphanage, in Hanoi. For details of the engineering tour to Vietnam, see related story.

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