November 25, 1996

The Mail 67

The Mail

Having recently been forced to cease publication of our weekly real estate paper, I was less than comforted by Hollinger chairman Conrad Black’s assurances that “there is no reason to be concerned about ownership concentration in the media” (“The prince of papers,” Cover, Nov. 11).
Reading the Ranking 3637
UNIVERSITIES

Reading the Ranking

The quality and dedication of students have an enormous impact on the learning environment. Maclean’s not only takes two measures of entering grades, but also calculates the success of the student body at winning national awards and at graduating within a reasonable time frame.
A CRASH COURSE IN REALITY 101 5051
UNIVERSITIES

A CRASH COURSE IN REALITY 101

Generation Y asks universities to deliver for their futures
RESEARCH IN CRISIS 6263
UNIVERSITIES

RESEARCH IN CRISIS

The steady erosion of Canada’s research capacity has enormous implications for the future
THE FOOD FIGHT 5657
UNIVERSITIES

THE FOOD FIGHT

Big business is battling for the hearts—and palates—of students
Long march home 90d91
WORLD

Long march home

The refugees’ return will test Rwandan goodwill
Mission of mercy 8889
World

Mission of mercy

Canada takes the lead as refugees pour out of Zaïre
Hope for higher pay 100101
Business

Hope for higher pay

The squeeze on incomes is gradually easing up
REACHING OUT 7273
UNIVERSITIES

REACHING OUT

Canadian schools try to lure foreign students— and dollars
Measuring Excellence 1819
UNIVERSITIES

Measuring Excellence

Keeping an implicit promise to the Class of 2000
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