November 24, 1997

READING THE RANKINGS 4647
UNIVERSITIES

READING THE RANKINGS

From class size to student services, a complete guide to the facts and figures behind the Maclean's rankings
The right to a lawyer 120121
Justice LEGAL AID

The right to a lawyer

Can justice be served if defendants are forced to represent themselves?
Academia Inc. 6667

Academia Inc.

Scrambling to make ends meet, universities are turning themselves into sleek new profit machines
The Mail 67
The Mail

The Mail

I am appalled by the ruthlessness Ontario Premier Mike Harris displays in characterizing the teachers as a special interest group concerned only with preserving its prep time (“Under siege,” Cover, Nov. 10). The teachers are at the front lines in what seems like an endless battle since the beginning of this government’s mandate, defending the humanitarian values of our society from the arrogant agenda of Harris and his cohorts.
MONEY MATTERS 7273
Academia Inc.

MONEY MATTERS

As costs soar, financing a degree takes careful planning
The Olympic mecca on the prairie 110111
Sports

The Olympic mecca on the prairie

Athletes descend on Calgary to train for the Nagano Winter Games
Tales Out of School 7677
Academia Inc.

Tales Out of School

Cheating has long been a great temptation, and the Internet makes it easier than ever
Godfather in court 132133
Films

Godfather in court

The legendary film-maker takes on John Grisham
Measuring Excellence 2829
UNIVERSITIES

Measuring Excellence

Strong leaders are discarding pomp, embracing circumstance
The Winners 3435
UNIVERSITIES

The Winners

From coast to coast, a celebration of academic excellence at three Canadian universities
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