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From the Gazette

Rosebreasted Grosbeak

Silent spring

A new paper co-written by Memorial University researchers argues that some migratory birds are failing to keep pace with a rapidly changing climate. Dr. Stephen Mayor completed a master’s in biology at Memorial and is currently with the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville. As a post-doctoral fellow at Memorial, he worked with Dr. […]

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Winning streak

Enactus Memorial is once again heading to the world cup after winning its 10th national title last week. Memorial University defeated teams from Saint Mary’s University, Ryerson University and the University of Ottawa in the final round to win the title and the Tim Hortons Cup at the Enactus Canada National Exposition in Vancouver, B.C., […]

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