VOLUME 4, NUMBER 1
Walking with the "People of Fear"
From Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe
Innovation in Laos
Paging Dr. Doolittle
|Climate guru moves from Wedge Lake to Vanishing Lakes
The glass is always half full for Glen MacDonald but he doesn’t ignore global warming’s potentially devastating effects on the Earth’s water supply.
Guiding young voices
Tim Goddard, vice-provost (international), on the importance of meaningful international activities.
UPDATE CAPITAL PLAN
The latest on capital projects at the U of C.
The latest developments and upcoming events at the U of C.
Healthy workspaces, animal-human health and food insecurities among women in Bangladesh.
Mary Goitom is taking a new approach in researching a condition that affects thousand of young Ethiopians—she’s listening.
In her race to compete in the Beijing 2008 Olympics, alumna Jessica Zelinka chats about the drive, commitment and competitiveness she hopes will get her there.
Students cross borders to teach and learn.
Catch up on your peers’ news in the latest class notes.
Columnist Mark Hopkins wonders why there’s a giant centipede in his bed.
Jacqueline Louie traces the steps of her ancestors as part of an oral history project about early Chinese immigration to Canada.
Rickshaws in Bangladesh made for a colourful backdrop for alumna and filmmaker Dominique Keller.
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Rosi Rojas Montufar, a mother of eight and a weaver since childhood, was born and lives in Tlamacazapa, Guerrero, Mexico, where alumna Susan Smith has spent the past decade bringing hope and knowledge to the village known as “The People of Fear.” / Photo by Dwayne Brown