(March 21, 2002, Gazette)
before Christmas after a Van Morrison Concert, I went to have a Guinness
at a small pub near the theatre with some friends, and sat at a table
with Pierce Brosnan and his wife."
Chipman (BA 90), xwave employee currently working in Dublin, Ireland,
quoted in the Telegram, March 9. As a database administrator, Mr. Chipman
and four other Newfoundlanders are working with the Irish Institutes
of Technology (IIOT) to implement a student registration system similar
to that used at Memorial.
teachers want public support during their spat with government, theyre
going to have to come up with better excuses. There are rational arguments
to defend what the NLTA is requesting. The NLTA just isnt presenting
them. Perhaps like homework the dog ate them."
Brian Jones (B.Ed. 95) editor of the Telegrams Insight page.
decisive action is taken now, Newfoundland will have neither a forest
nor a forest industry in the near future. The pulp and paper industry
will not by able to maintain even a single mill unless the forest resource
is there to support it."
Leo White (D.Eng. 66, ME 78, BA87).
and author Ed Smith (B.Ed. 78, M.Ed. 81) has been awarded
the Canadian Nurses Association Award for excellence in radio
and an international Gabriel Award for material, which uplifts and
nourishes the human spirit. Both awards recognize a series of short
First Person Singular clips which Mr. Smith wrote and presented on CBCs
This Morning, based on his long recovery from an accident in 1998 which
left him quadriplegic. Mr. Smiths new book, From the Ashes of My
Dreams, is due to be released in the spring of 2002.
wondered exactly how much ketchup is stuffed in those little packets restaurants
John Gushue (BA 89), Telegram computer columnist.
alumni are ambassadors for Memorial.
So far, approximately 50 have applied to be mentors, giving them a renewed
enthusiasm for the university."
Kelly Aspell (B.Comm. 00), Memorials mentoring co-ordinator,
speaking about the tri-mentoring program, which is a pilot project of
Memorial University that will help students with their transaction from
high school to university and from university to professional careers.
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