Time to tighten our belts

The university can only avoid a significant structural deficit if a combination of targeted cost saving measures and across-the-board economies are made, according to a financial report presented to Senate last week. “We are spending more than we earn,” CFO Larry English said bluntly. English expects a deficit for the... - Read more


Spring 2008 Convocation largest ceremony to date

Convocation continues to grow in size. This spring there will be seven separate ceremonies at Place des Arts, a record. Altogether, 4,402 students are eligible to attend. Here’s the breakdown by faculty: In Arts & Science, there are 2,163 (1,884... - Read more

Policies affect people

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Amy Poteete

Amy Poteete is a political scientist, but her research on policy in developmental countries has strong links to geography. Since her doctoral dissertation in the mid-1990s, she has been studying environmental policy in the landlocked southern African country of... - Read more

Leisure research is serious work

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Shannon Hebblethwaite

Earlier this month, the Loyola campus was the site of the 12th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research. If you’re surprised that Leisure Sciences has produced a dozen conferences, consider that they only happen every three years and we’re about... - Read more


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