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Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.   It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.   The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.   It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association.   The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.   It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.   It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.   The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.   It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association.   The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.   It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by School of Graduate Studies
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The Concordia University Calendar, published annually, is a schedule of events planned for the upcoming academic year. The Calendar outlines Concordia’s governance structure, faculties and departments. It also contains program descriptions and lists of different services offered to the student population.
Topic: Graduate Calendar
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topics: Concordia's Thursday Report, Five-Year Academic Plan
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.   It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.   The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.   It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association.   The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.   It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Calendar, published annually, is a schedule of events planned for the upcoming academic year. The Calendar outlines Concordia’s governance structure, faculties and departments. It also contains program descriptions and lists of different services offered to the student population.
Topic: Undergraduate Calendar
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.   It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.   The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Pnina Gagnon
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Solo exhibition at Salon B, bibliocafé, Montréal, Canada from June 9 to August 7, 2005.
Topic: Promotional Material
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of Research
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Summary of Research Chairs at Concordia University for the academic year 2004-2005.
Topic: Research Chairs
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.   It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association.   The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.   It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine