Green & White - Fall 2004

Finding New Rhythms: Maestra Tania Miller Takes the Stage

Reaching Africa: Sylvia Cholodnuik's New Community

Reaching Africa: Sylvia Cholodnuik's New Community

BY MICHELLE BOULTON
When it comes to making the world a better place, Sylvia Cholodnuik (BSHEC'85) raises the bar for all of us.

Shakespeare Abroad: Building Educational Reform In Europe

Shakespeare Abroad: Building Educational Reform In Europe

BY MATT BARRON
A new international partnership with the University of Warsaw sees U of S English professors teaching classic literature abroad.

Building a Canadian Bastion Against Infectious Disease

Building a Canadian Bastion Against Infectious Disease

BY MICHAEL ROBIN
At the University of Saskatchewan's Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO), Lorne Babiuk (BSA'67, MSc'69, DSc'87) battles humanity's oldest and cruelest enemies.

Finding New Rhythms: Maestra Tania Miller Takes the Stage

Finding New Rhythms: Maestra Tania Miller Takes the Stage

BY MARIANNE SCOTT
Currently the youngest - and only female - music director of a major Canadian orchestra, Tania Miller (BA'91) is setting the stage for a new generation of Canadian conductors.

Report to Donors

Report to Donors

Only in our fall Issue, the Report to Donors is a special recognition report of the individuals and organizations who have supported the U of S from May 1st, 2003 to April 30, 2004.

Report to Donors

The Art of Giving

Given the difficulty Henry (BA'65, LLB'68, BCL Oxford'70) and Cheryl Kloppenburg (LLB'75, MA'75) have in fitting their enormous and always-growing art collection into the confines of their home and shared law office, you'd think they would be hard-pressed to know what to do with it.