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Nov. 14, 2002, Gazette

Rothermere deadline nears
Applications are invited for the Rothermere Fellowship, one of the top graduate awards offered to graduates of Memorial University. These fellowships, currently valued at £7,000 (approximately $15,000), plus college fees per annum, have been established to aid and encourage students who have taken their first degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland to pursue their studies for a higher degree at a university of their choice in the United Kingdom.

These awards will be for a maximum tenure of three years, or the period requested in the candidate’s application, whichever is lesser.

Applicants are encouraged to begin the process of applying to universities in the United Kingdom before submitting the Rothermere Fellowship application.

Candidates shall have completed a bachelor’s degree at Memorial and have completed or be about to complete a master’s degree either at Memorial University or at another university in North America. Completed applications must be submitted to the President’s Office before Nov. 30.

For further information, please contact: Margot Brown, executive director/assistant to the president, room A-2028, Arts/Administration Building, 737-8212, e-mail; or Judy Casey, manager, Scholarships and Awards, room UC-4018, Smallwood University Centre, 737-3956, e-mail

Med students host charity gala
The 26th annual Monte Carlo Charity Gala, organized by medical students, takes place at the Delta Hotel Ballroom Friday, Nov. 29, starting at 7 p.m. In keeping with tradition, the night will include gambling, live entertainment, a silent and live auction and – as a new addition – a dance to end the evening. The charities selected to receive proceeds from this year’s Monte Carlo evening include the Gros Morne Literacy Council, Planned Parenthood, the School Lunch Association, Give to Feel Good (Health Care Corporation of St. John’s), the Canadian Hemophilia Society (Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter) and the Parkinson Society.

Admission is free. For more information call 777-6690.

Olivier-Job named All-Canadian
Fourth year sweeper Tevin Olivier-Job of the Sea-Hawks soccer team has been named to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport second Team All-Canadian for the second year in a row. Last year Mr. Olivier-Job was named to the All-Canadian team marking the first time a Memorial Men’s soccer player received the honour. Last week Mr. Olivier-Job was also named to the AUS first Team All-Stars.

From Winnipeg, Mr. Olivier-Job came to Memorial four years ago and has been the highlight of the Sea-Hawks defence. This year, with such a young team suiting up for the Sea-Hawks, Mr. Olivier-Job became the backbone of the team.

Mr. Olivier-Job played 90 minutes in all 11 games for the Sea-Hawks and received player of the game honours three times. Along with his defensive play, Mr. Olivier-Job was to contribute offensively, distributing the ball to his teammates as well as adding two goals.

During the 2002-2003 season Mr. Olivier-Job also represented his home province of Manitoba in the 2002 Challenge Cup Nationals. His play on the backline during this tournament caused trouble for the opponents and helped his team win the National Title handing an overtime loss to Newfoundland and his Sea-Hawk teammate Richard Kelly. Coach Scott Betts is extremely pleased with Mr. Olivier-Job’s play and the award.

“It's great that Tevin is given this recognition, he is a team leader and well respected for his talents amongst his teammates and throughout the league.” Next year will be Mr. Olivier-job’s last year of eligibility.

Day of remembrance Dec. 6
To commemorate the anniversary of the 1989 Montreal Massacre and in recognition of Canada's National Day of Remembrance and Action to End Violence Against Women, the annual Dec. 6 Vigil is scheduled for 6:30p.m., Friday, Dec. 6, in EN 2006, S. J. Carew (Engineering Building).

If you have a special project or piece of work that you would like to dedicate in memory of one of the 14 students who died on Dec. 6, 1989, please contact Lori Yetman, Sexual Harassment Advisor, by Nov. 26, at or 737-2015.