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Who's News?

She was a star basketball player at SFU; now she’s a star in a whole other firmament. She is a surgeon, a role model for Aboriginal youth, one of Maclean’s “100 Canadians to watch,” a champion of the Canadian health-care system, and an Action Canada fellow.

Features

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  • Mountain High

    Interactive designer Gary Stasiuk of the learning and instructional development centre scores more than 3 million hits in nine months on his web site. Liquid Journey, which uses Flash technology to create an interactive art gallery by manipulating and animating objects, has received several awards, including the prestigious international Favourite Website Awards' site of the day. In April Stasiuk will speak at the Flash in the Can Conference in Toronto, the second largest Flash conference in the world.
  • Changing Faces

    Noted scholar Peter Buitenhuis was an English professor emeritus who devoted his retirement years to continued teaching and research. He taught in the Seniors’ Program and led countless discussions for the Philosophers’ Café. His devoted students remember him as a passionate, listening, caring teacher who always had a new outlook and a fresh approach to literature.
  • Who's News?

    She was a star basketball player at SFU; now she’s a star in a whole other firmament. She is a surgeon, a role model for Aboriginal youth, one of Maclean’s “100 Canadians to watch,” a champion of the Canadian health-care system, and an Action Canada fellow.
  • Alumni Watching

    Baba Brinkman (BA’00) and his rap adaptations of The Canterbury Tales play to audiences around the world. A rare five-star review from the Scotsman about his performance at the Edinburgh fringe festival and two CDs, Baba’s Swordplay and The Rap Canterbury Tales, help spread the word. His mother is provincial cabinet minister Joyce Murray (MBA’92).
April 2005 issue cover