Green & White: Fall 2005

My Life As A Spy

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Literary Lives

BY DAVID HUTTON
A popular science fiction novelist, the creator of CBC's Street Legal, a renowned wine writer, and a leading authority on the Doukhobors all share common starting points to their prolific careers: an ink stained room in the basement of Saskatchewan Hall.

Two Worlds Collide

Two Worlds Collide

BY ERIN TAMAN
When Tasha Hubbard (BA'94) decided to make a documentary film about Saskatoon's infamous �freezing deaths,� little did she know she was about to embark on an intensely personal journey of her own.

My Life As A Spy

My Life As A Spy

BY BEVERLY FAST
2005 is the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. While our collective memory of the war dims as years pass, Allyre Sirois (BA'48, LLB'50) remembers his life as a spy in Nazi-occupied France all too well.

Pick Your Poisons

Pick Your Poisons

BY MICHAEL ROBIN
Life in the developed world is good: we live longer, eat better, travel faster, work more productively, and have more opportunities for recreation than ever before. But what price do we pay for our modern conveniences?

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, 2004 to April 30, 2005.