November 15, 1993

SPECIAL REPORT

ACADEMIC BRIEFS

SPECIAL REPORT

Eyes On The Prize

ACADEMIC BRIEFS 7071
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ACADEMIC BRIEFS

Thumbnail sketches of town and gown
Eyes On The Prize 4243
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Eyes On The Prize

There was a time when the path seemed so clear, the payoff I so certain. Kids made their way through high school, and then headed off to university, certain of the future. Sure, they had to pull a few all-nighters, and maybe a few strings to make ends meet.
Election memories 44_1
Making cross-border comparisons 6061
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Making cross-border comparisons

The Best American Colleges Still Have An Edge Over Even The Top Canadian Universities
A BATTLE FOR THE FACTS 4647
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A BATTLE FOR THE FACTS

Canadian universities took a test—but many declined to post their marks
TILTING RIGHT 89
CANADA

TILTING RIGHT

PRO-BUSINESS LIBERALS TAKE KEY POSTS IN THE NEW CABINET
Reading The Rankings 3839
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Reading The Rankings

A road map to the Maclean's methodology
Strategic Studies 6465
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Strategic Studies

Experts offer hot tips for a cold job market
The Pub Report 4849
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The Pub Report

At Country Club U, the party tradition lives on
THE PROFIT PUZZLE 2223
BUSINESS

THE PROFIT PUZZLE

A JUMP IN CORPORATE EARNINGS MASKS SOME DISTURBING TRENDS
Something to be optimistic about 67
COLUMN

Something to be optimistic about

My husband has been on the book circuit flogging his memoirs, Conrad Black: A Life in Progress, and it is bracing to see him have to face interviewers and be polite when they ask him lunatic questions. I think it was Mordecai Richler who wrote the best piece on the horrors of the book tour, but never is the agony of suffering fools gladly made manifest more than on the CanLit road show.
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