Hope or Hype?:
The Realities of Stem Cell Research

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Skating Through History: A Look Back at Huskie Hockey

Waskesiu's Heritage Museum

BY BEV FAST
Evoking images of a simpler time, the new Waskesiu Heritage Museum provides a touchstone to the past for visitors to this remarkable resort community in Prince Albert National Park.

Computing On the Shoulders of Giants

Hope or Hype?:
The Realities of Stem Cell Research

BY MICHAEL ROBIN
Hype surrounding stem cell research promises everything from cures to intractable diseases to growing replacement body parts. But how realistic are these expectations and when can we expect to see results?

The Sisters of Mercy

The Art of Conservation

BY MATT BARRON
Sarah Spafford-Ricci (BSc'84) and Tara Fraser (BFA'90) have the healing touch. From parchments to paintings, Trans-Ams to Tibetan Thangkas, they've restored it all.

The Unlikely Story of Garry and Bev's Fruit Patch

The Lynching of Louie Sam

BY DAVID HUTTON
On a moonlit night in February 1884, an American mob rode north, abducted, and hanged Louie Sam, a 14-year-old boy from B.C.'s Stó:lõ Nation. After years of researching the lynching, U of S historian Keith Carlson uncovered a sordid tale of murder and international intrigue.